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Sudha Ramanujam

Rangoli: Goddess of Arts
Rangoli: Gita Upadesam
Rangoli: Mithilapuri Palace
Rangoli: Ashtalakshmi display in Navaratri Golu 2010
Rangoli: Traditional 7 step Navarathri Golu with Multiple Themes
Rangoli: Goddess of Arts

Free Hand Rangoli rendering of Goddess Saraswathi as a part of our Golu this year

Rangoli: Gita Upadesam

This is free hand Rangoli depicting the famous Gita Upadesam of Lord Krishna to Arjuna. It took 3 hours to finish and colour powder and glitter were used to render it.

Rangoli: Mithilapuri Palace

A model of Mithilapuri and Lord Janaka's Palace where Lord Rama meets Sita for the first time. Sita is Depicted in a Green Silk Saree in the Mandapam on the Right and Lord Rama is in a Red dress just outside gazing at Sita.

Rangoli: Ashtalakshmi display in Navaratri Golu 2010

Ashtalakshmi Dolls with a Rangoli of Gita Upadesam in the front and a model of Mukthinath on the right of the Golu display

Rangoli: Traditional 7 step Navarathri Golu with Multiple Themes

There are Dolls depicting Dasavatharam, Dolls showing the Tirupathi Brahmotsavam, Dolls Displaying Ashtalakshmi and Dolls of Krishna's Leelas. There is a full model on the right showing the arduous climb one has to make to reach Mukthinath. There is also set depicting the pulling of the Temple Chariot (Ther Thiruvizha). On the far left is a model of Krishna in Brindhavanam. Not seen in this picture is a complete model of Mithilapuri and King Janaka's Palace where Lord Rama and Sita see each other for the first time. In the fore ground is a freehand colour Rangoli depicting Gita Upadesam.