Rangoli of the day

Rangoli designs and kolams

Kolam is an auspicious art of decorating courtyards and pooja rooms/prayer halls in South India drawn mainly by women and girls. Some women use rice flour to draw a kolam, which is the traditional medium to be used while others use sandstone or limestone powder. Although commonly known as Rangoli in many parts of India, it is known as Muggulu in Andhra pradesh, Rangavalli in Karnataka, Poovidal or Pookalam in Kerala, Chowkpurana in Uttar Pradesh, Madana in Rajasthan, Aripana in Bihar and Alpana in Bengal. Read more

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Aadi Velli Rangolis

Padi kolam for aadi velli.

Aadi 18-am Perukku Wishes. 7X7Chikku Rangoli-59.

Independence Day Rangolis

72nd independence day rangoli kolam

Happy Independence Day to all of you :)Rangoli 19-10 interlaced dots: Happy Independence Day by d

Varalakshmi Rangolis

On this Auspicious Day, May U & Urs be Blessed with Happiness, Luck, Success & Prosperity

Onam rangolis

Flower rangoli for onam

Rangoli Onam Pookolam: Onam Floral designs-Onam Pookalam by vijaysowmya

Contest rangolis

A freehand rangoli of Abstract Shri Krishna and Satyabhama for DeepavaLi
Won Second Prize...

this is the rangoli, i drew for rangoli contest in our apartment

Lotus rangolis

Rangoli Freehand Rangoli: Pooja Room Kolams by JANANI RAGHAVAN

Rangoli Freehand Rangoli: Home Kolams by JANANI RAGHAVAN

Raksha bandhan rangolis

Rangoli 6x6 straight dots: RAKSHA BHANDHAN SPL. by RaghaRadha