This is a kolam i did at my mothers home for my brother wife's Seemantham. I had uploaded this earlier but it was not added. So uploading this again. This is half dried kolam but the design is clear i think. I got this fusion padi kolam from some site and tried this. Look forward to your views.
This is the kolam done at the entrance of my house during Varalakshmi Nombu. It is not dried fully but i clicked photo before as there is no guarantee of kolam staying in shape till it dries. Please bear with this unclear image. I still wanted to upload to just show you the effort taken.
Its been long time - uploading and commenting on this forum. I was busy with work and personal commitments. But I check this site atleast 4 days a week. And see all your wonderful submissions. But could not comment as I browse from office and do not have the leverage to browse for a long time. I would like to take this opportunity to wish all the members who have uploaded their beautiful kolams. I dont think we can browse through these many different kolams anywhere on a daily basis. I am now attaching my Varalakshmi pooja kolam done in front of the Amman Mandap.
This one is a small padi kolam done at the entrance. Since the floor colour is white i mixed kesari colour with the rice flour to make this kolam. Just thought of sharing this too.
This is a traditional padi kolam that i have done at the pooja room. Some portions of this kolam is distorted by my family members. Look forward to your views.
This is a design that i planned to do for Marghazhi but could not do it so just sharing the paper design done by me. This design is inspired from SB pattern and I have got the Ganesha design from wedding invitation card.
I could not resist seeing all wonderful kolams at ikolam so tried doing a kolam at our parking area. This area is not so suitable to do a rangoli as the floor colour is like that. But just tried and thought of sharing this.
This is a peacock design Ganesha - I got it from a invitation card. This can be used for the centre portion of rangoli. I like drawing lord Ganesha so took this design.