Pongal Kolam

judelined's picture

This big rangoli was made by a few students at the Madras University for Pongal Celebrations this year and Anita had clicked a picture on her mobile. Just wanted to share this with all of you. Base materials used were salt with colourpodi. I am sure you will enjoy this.

Rangoli: Pongal Kolam

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Vinci's picture

Thanks for sharing. The centre design is in your collection Isn't it Judy? The crystal texture adds beauty. Good work, Convey my thanks to Anita for clicking this cute rangoli surrounded by body gaurds Smile

Radhikha 3's picture

Nice one Thanks for sharing

ammuchandhini's picture

Thanks for sharing judy....d rock salt crystals for colouring is giving an embossed look to d kolam....anybody u knows how to use salt for colouring pl share ur experiences pa...

viji_j86's picture

Very pretty jude.
Tell thanks to Anitha for sharing us.
viji

bsindhuja's picture

Beautiful kolam with bright and attractive colours! I believe the centre design is actually a dotted kolam. Thanks for sharing, Judy.
-Sindhuja

Suguna Murugesan's picture

colour combo is super! salt with colourpodi is glittering super! thanks for sharing...suguna murugesan

umaraja's picture

nice colors with salt crystals, thanks for sharing judy

judelined's picture

Thanks Vinci, Radhika, Rani (all you have to do is mix plain colourpodi with rock salt and apply - but if you are making a big kolam your fingers will get sore bu the rubbing of the salt while applying and as the sun comes up and melts the salt it will stain the flooring so be careful where you apply it), Viji, Sindhu and Suguna for your comments..

judelined's picture

Thanks a lot Uma

veena manigandan's picture

Glittering kolam. Very nice.

lakshmiraghu's picture

Thanks for sharing judy...lovely creation....

dibbutn's picture

Thanks Judy for this lovely kolam... the salt used in this kolam gives a crystal appearance and looks very beautiful

vijaysowmya's picture

Very pretty rangoli done with colored salts ...this looks totally diferent with its texture. Thanks anitha for this visual treat:)

judelined's picture

Veena, Laks, Pushpa and Sowmi - thanks for stopping by to comment...