Intermediate rangolis

Kolam and Rangoli share their commonality with the sand art of the native indians of America. A very complex physical and mathematical three dimensional exersise in bifurcation curve is involved in the kolam composition making it a highly evolved art from of Physics! These patterns are a bit bigger and challenging than those seen in the easy and simple catagory.

Rangoli Freehand Rangoli: 2015-Pongal-4 by JANANI RAGHAVAN

Rangoli Colour powder rangoli: 2015-Pongal-3 by JANANI RAGHAVAN

Rangoli Colour powder rangoli: 2015-Pongal-2 by JANANI RAGHAVAN

Rangoli: Day-27 Margazhi Kolam

Rangoli 1-13-1 Straight line dots: Day-27 Margazhi Kolam by RaghaRadha

Rangoli Freehand Rangoli: 2015-Pongal-1 by JANANI RAGHAVAN

Rangoli Freehand Rangoli: 2015-Swamiji's arrival-Lobby by JANANI RAGHAVAN

Rangoli Freehand Rangoli: 2016-Tulsi Adhika Maasa Pooja-3 by JANANI RAGHAVAN

Rangoli: 2016-Tulsi Adhika Maasa Pooja-1

Rangoli Freehand Rangoli: 2016-Tulsi Adhika Maasa Pooja-1 by JANANI RAGHAVAN

Rangoli Wet Rice flour Kolam: 2016-Prashanth's wedding by JANANI RAGHAVAN

Rangoli: 2016-Varalakshmi Vratam-Hema's place-2

Rangoli Freehand Rangoli: 2016-Varalakshmi Vratam-Hema's place-2 by JANANI RAGHAVAN

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