Two big rangolis are compiled in this post. You can draw these kolams on auspicious days or during festive season. Apt for any season, draw and colour this kolam.
Few kolams done by Mrs.Sudha Subramanian by using finger technique. Finger technique is nothing by creating an impression with the index finger or ear buds. First the design is outline wiht rangoli powder, then with ear buds or a match stick or finger is used to create impressions on the line, either a zigzag or Continue Reading
Five different types of peacock kolams are uploaded in this post. These get categorised into small kolams and peacock, paisleys are incorporated into these kolams making them to look beautiful. These are drawn with plain white rangoli powder and you may colours to these kolams to beautify the kolams at your doorstep. Peqco
Six small size rangolis are uploaded in this post. Small and cute rangolis to draw everyday at your door step. You can add colour powders to the design and decorate your door step. Some rangolis look gorgeous just in plain white rangoli powder. These rangolis can be categorised as apartment kolams as these can be Continue Reading
Kolams are drawn on the front yard as an inviting element to invite Goddess Lakshmi the Goddess of wealth into home. And drawing feet of Goddess Lakshmi is auspicious and a symbol of inviting Lakshmi. Many draw Lakshmi padam on the side of the entrance so that no one stamps on the sacred symbol.
Daily kolams with white rangoli powder. The first kolam has a semicircle shape. A more or less of a Sanskar Bharti type rangoli. You can add colours in each layers and draw designs with white rangoli powder. Small flowers are placed, you can add flower petals to fill the spaces. A small rangoli drawn with Continue Reading