We're ready to receive Diwali rangoli contest entries from the 27th (the day after Diwali). Here are the contest details:
Due to server issues, we're not able to open up the contest entries for voting tonight. However, we expect the entries to be displayed for voting tomorrow (within 24 hrs from now).
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Please give us your feedback. There are some of the menu links to be re-arranged and a few minor fixes to be care of in the next couple of days.
Thank you all for your patience.
Here are two more contests for Navaratri, other than our traditional Golu and Marapaachi doll decor contests:
1. Best Aarthi plate decorating contest for Navarathri. Here is an example of an aarti plate decorated by one of our members.
Golu is the arrangement of dolls and idols on steps for Navaratri. This contest is based on the overall Golu decor during the nine days of Navaratri, this year. Good luck!
Please use the "Upload rangoli" option from the main menu, or, the following link to upload your files:
How are you all doing? Schools are yet to resume at our end of the globe and we have a few more days of our summer vacation left. It is upto us to enjoy them to their fullest. After spending some time thinking about what could be done in these last few days of summer, this is what we’ve come up with:- What could be more relaxing and rewarding that going on a cruise with friends and family? Won’t you please join us?
Almost all of our rangoli/kolam images are published in the site with a flash background in order to deter plagiarism (to a certain extent). This has worked both for and against certain aspects in the sense that this practice also prevents search engines from displaying our members' files when anybody runs a search on any browsers. We would like to remove the bit of flash protection that we add to these images, and substitute it with a logo or "ikolam" (site name) appearing on top of the images.