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Rangoli: Kartikai Kolam
Rangoli: Kartikai Kolam
Rangoli: Kartikai Kolam
Rangoli: Everyday Kolams
Rangoli: Everyday Kolams
Rangoli: Daily Kolams
Rangoli: Kartikai Kolam

Kolam at my residence on the occasion of kartikai with coloured rangoli powders.

Rangoli: Kartikai Kolam

Kolam at my residence on the occasion of kartikai with coloured rangoli powders.

Rangoli: Kartikai Kolam

Kolam at my residence on the occasion of kartikai with coloured rangoli powders.

Rangoli: Everyday Kolams

Kolam done at the entrance to my home yesterday using white and coloured rangoli powders.

Rangoli: Everyday Kolams

Kolam done at the entrance to my home today using white and coloured rangoli powders.

Rangoli: Daily Kolams

Rangoli drawn at the entrance to my home using white and coloured rangoli powders

Rangoli: Daily Kolams

Free hand kolam (no dots) done at the entrance to my home

Rangoli: Muttalai Tattu

It is a kolam done during navaratri on a taambalam (plate), using saboodana (sago) to outline the design. Rangoli powder is used to fill in the design. In earlier days, haldi, kumkum, coffee powder etc were used as colours.

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