Just as we have mango leaf patterns that do not look exactly like mango leaves, we can have peacock kolam that represent peacock designs but need look exactly like the beautiful birds. This is quite a common kolam design with five flowers each with four two lobed petals as shown. They are small, simple and can be made by experts and beginners too. My mother lived in Vizianagaram a town near Vishakapattinam. We can have them all of the same colours or all of different colours I don't know how this will look! Make four lines with 12 parallel dots each. The dot pattern used is 15 to 8 idukku pulli.
The third kolam photo shows the birds being drawn. The rangoli on the top is a Tamil New Year special it is a rangoli with dots of 15 to 1 dots pattern ner pulli kolam i. Use the dots inside to get the floral petals and the stalks of the roses. Finally the remaining dots are used again the lines are drawn outside the dots to get the simple kolam. Care should be taken at all stages of filling the rangoli to ensure that there is no overlapping of one colour over the other.
This may give an idea as to how to proceed with this kolam. The patterns can be all white or a combination of white and any other colour as I have done or a combination of two colours. It is a design with four butterflies and four flowers. Please compare the effects just adding colourful lines on the kolam. The dot pattern used is 2 rows of 9, 1 row of 7 dots, 1 row of 5 dots and 1 row of 3 dots. Four floral petal designs on four sides are complemented by four deepam designs with yellow flames. Free hand decorations of the elephant are done to complete the kolam.
However I have drawn it with parallel lines instead of a single line version. This rangoli has 4×4 dots. In the following lines, keep increasing one dot on either side. Kolam designs with relatively bigger dot grid are commonly used during Margazhi season. Dot Rangoli Designs for Ugadi Courtesy of Vasumathy Satish Draw seventeen interlaced dots and stop at nine dots.
For example if there is padi kolam drawn at the entrance it means that there is a celebration going on in the house. This kolam is somewhat different because free hand patterns have to be drawn for representing the birds. A big collection of traditional and innovative, new rangoli designs. The size of the kolam depends upon the number of dots you keep and the pattern of the kolam. These are also called tipke rangoli designs or tipkyanchi rangoli designs by my eleder sister in Mumbai. Also, just as a teacher teaches how to hold a pencil in primary school so also she taught how to hold kolam powder. One such common shanku kolam design through the images showing the steps.
Join them to get the desired rangoli pattern and fill it with color. Actually it is not a poo flower but only some petals are drawn. All the butterflies are drawn facing the flower. Use bright colors to make it more attractive. As shown in the first image the floral patterns on the four corners are drawn and then the dots between the floral patterns are used with a pattern as shown. Connect the designs as shown. Kolams are usually put in front of the house or pooja room as the tradition believe that it brings goddess Lakshmi brings home wealth and prosperity.
Of course we have the liberty to change the designs according to our imagination. We can all use our own imagination to become a designer of kolam or kolam designer! Finally the colours are filled and remaining gaps are filled with some colour, brown in this case. Lotus Kolam Dot Tutorial Courtesy of Alagu Kolangal Make fourteen lines of 10 parallel dots. One of the simplest fish rangoli design I could think of is the one below. This version is also called double stroke kolam as two lines are drawn simultaneously. The image below shows the dot grid for reference.
Sikku kolam designs are very difficult and needs a lot of practice. Create this stunning rangoli during festivals like Ugadi, Gudi and Holi. It is auspecious and believes Godess Lakshmi enters the house if kolam is drawn. Lord Ganesha Kolam Designs Pictures Amazing Kolam Designs Wallpapers Kolam Designs Pictures Collection Colourful Mango Kolam Designs Best Kolam Designs for Tamil New Kolam Rangoli With Dots Designs Pictures Beautiful Peacock Kolam Designs Simple Kolam Designs for Beginners Latest Kolam Designs Pictures Gallary Hopefully, you all like these Kolam Designs 2016and you will make these designs at your home. Rose kolam with dots for Pongal Rose kolam with a 15 to 8 dot pattern is one of the most common rangoli or kolam designs that is drawn quite frequently for special occasions or for festivals like Margazhi and Diwali.
This is quite a common kolam design. We can add some simple patterns on the back ground and inside the petals to enhance the beautify of the kolam design. When you will peep into the history of Rangoli you will wide variety in this art form, the word rangoli has been derived from the sanskrit word which means rangavalli. We will be back soon with more Kolam designs. There are different types of rangoli or kolam designs like dots kolam, sikku kolam, padi kolam, Margazhi kolam.
Similarly it is possible to convert other kolam please note that I use the words rangoli and kolam because I do not differentiate between the two though there may be differences in classic explanations. The image above has been drawn without dots. Finally all the fish are connected at the centre as shown in the rangoli. This has a 13 to 1 dot pattern. With the motive… Category: Tags: ,. Of course there is a small difference in the rangolis, the one at the top has eight petals while the one in the video has six petals. It has been so for ages.