I wish every Indian a Happy Republic Day. Jai Hind.
Hi ikolam members Happy Republic Day.
Seven ikolam members joined me in creating this Sapphire Blue Ratna kambalam. Can you guess who all enjoyed making this wonderful rangoli while eating, singing patriotic songs, laughing, joking, taking pictures with all the mobile phones, talking old stories, remembering all the ikolam members. It was a memorable day for all of us. Your views and suggestions are most welcome..
Hai to all....HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY TO ALL....hope u like this dotted kolam 39 dots-7 times, 37dots 6 times, 31 dots 4 times, 25 dots-4times , 15 dots-2times...ur views pl...
Looked through my kolam book for flag kolams but found kolams that were common and did not want to repeat the usual ones so I decided to do something different and hope everyone likes this sketch rangoli.
This is the Flag Rangoli put by me in my house for Republic Day. I took this design from this site (from some member's gallery) or book - I do not remember from where - and copied it in my book - by making some changes. I forgot to mention in my book any details as to wherefrom I copied.
I thank in advance the person who put the kolam in this site/book. If anyone feels it is their kolam, please let me know.
I must reiterate that I have made changes to the original before putting this kolam.
Wish you all a very Happy Republic Day.
From top the dots are as follows---1,2,3,4,13,12,11,10,9,10,11,12,13,4,3,2,1 dots
it should look like a star
I had drawn a simple kolam with national flags around it today morning being 26th Jan'09.. feeling very patriotic on account of Republic Day.. Standard rice powder has been used. The dot count is 13-7.
Hi friends,HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY .
26th January 1950 is one of the most important days in Indian history as it was on this day the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly sovereign and republican state. The country finally realized the dreams of freedom fighters who, fought for and sacrificed their lives for the Independence of their country. So, the 26th of January was decreed a national holiday and has been recognized and celebrated as the Republic Day of India, ever since. This was drawn by myself and Bharathi.
After seeing Srimati bRMdA's work, I was inspired to do this
collage. Indian flags are flying in the blue skies. In
the sky there is no up or down or left or right. So all
ways of flying it are permissible. Indians, enjoy the
Republic Day! Best wishes! Perhaps one of the kOlam artists
may be awarded a padmaSrI in the future, who knows? Dream big!
Regards! - mOhana