Marapachi contest results
Golu contest results.
Here are the Golu contest and the Marapachi doll contest 2010 results:
Ms.Jyothy Padmanabhan wins the golu contest.
Marapachi doll-decor contest results:
Mr.Jayasimha Rangarajan wins the Marapachi doll decor contest.
We'll be posting the complete results in a day or two.
We've 59 golu contest participants, and 14 marapachi doll-decor contest participants.
Entries could be accessed from the top main menu bar. Voting booth is now open.
Please take a few minutes to vote for our members.
Good luck to all the contest participants.
Golu contest entries: http://www.ikolam.com/node/16124
We're getting into the spirit of celebrating Fall festivals, the first being Navratri - festival of the Goddesses. Many of our members celebrate Navratri with great fervor, by putting up a traditional display of dolls, popularly called as "Golu". Last year, our Marapachi doll decor contest was a huge hit with our members. Inspired by their enthusiasm, we're conducting both Marapachi doll decor contest, and Golu contest, for this year.
The image links from the right vertical bar on the front page gives you more details.
Please upload pictures of worship/puja in the Cafe ( by using the "create topic" option). The "upload rangoli" option is to be used for uploading rangolis and craft works. We would also like to request you to keep the rangoli images separate (however small each rangoli is), and not upload them in a collage format.
The following post about addressing members should have been written a long back, however, we hope it is not too late.
A few members had uploaded rangoli/kolam collages, which are still waiting to be published. The problem with these type of collages is that they happen to be made up of both freehand and dotted type of rangolis. We would appreciate it if the freehand rangolis are kept separate from the dotted kolams when it comes to making collages. Thank you.