This kolam was made on Vinayagar chaturthi day at my house porch. I saw this abstract image of Lord ganesha on a wedding invitation and made an attempt to draw the image of the Lord. enjoy viewing and do drop your comments too,thank you.Happy Vinayagar Chaturthi.
I am very much interested in drawing rangoli. But as we have very little space in apartment , I have put this small kolam. Please tell me how it is?
Dear friends...A very Happy Ganesh Chathurthi to you all. The pookolam decorations for Onam has also begun and this photo has the designs done by my friends Archana and Smitha. Your views please.
Hello friends....Happy Vinayagar Chathurthi to all...this freehand rangoli was done by me on this auspicious day
Here comes my version of rangoli on the door. I've tried one of Mr.Lakhichand Jain's Mandana design, on one of my closet door. I had painted a big portion of it maroon, last year, to make such designs, but it was used mostly by Surik for her drawings.
I've used my daughter's white paint, and a little bit of orange. This is my first attempt, and I used an earbud to draw this Ganesha. Next time, I would try with brushes in different sizes to get more control.
A little bit about Mandana, a Rajasthani rangoli:
This folk art makes use of red sand (geru) and chalk powder and is applied on floors and walls, especially on auspicious occasions and festivals.
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Free hand kolam the only challenge may be body and face proportioning for the lord otherwise its easy , I worked with this over a period of 2 days 2 afternoons actualy this was in celebration of Sri Vinayaga chathurthi , iv used Rice flour and Kolam colour powders
this is my first attempt in drawing a God. pls comment on this
This Rangoli was made on Dhanteras,This is to signify that on all the occassion the first diety to be worshipped Lord Shree Ganesh.The Same Hindu Mythology i had choosen to draw Lord Shree Ganesh
Initially, I had drawn the outer line with Chalk & added colours to all the parts according to my choice