this is my rangoli which made for this Pongal festival.Eager to know your comments on this...
Dear friends Here I am presenting you the Mundhanai design from Lata's gallery. Just as a pallu of a saree in peacock blue and red with yellow threads...Hope I have given some justification to her design. Your views please on this.
This was done by my mami, Mrs Santhi Pugazhendhi. I wanted to share this and more with u all.
This is a Raw silk Saree Painting.I have used metallic colours, Aari work and stone work.
The main pallu emphasises the portrait of Lord Krishna. The borders are also decorated with painting.
This is a simple embroidary done on a saree pallu. I used the outline stitch.
The speciality of this design is it does starts in one point and finishes the otherend without break.
Deepavali is a long festival. It starts on the 13th day and goes on until the fifth day after the new moon. Several legends are associated with this - the story of Rama, the story of Krishna, the story of Lakshmi, the story of Bali. The second day is for the brothers and the third day for the sisters. The fourth day is for the serpents (fertility rites) and the fifth day for the garuDa (to be free from snake bites). As a big brother (by age) in ikOlam, here is a present for all the younger and (may be very few) older sisters. You can see a sari designed by me with gorgeous mango borders and a paisley pallav, pEDA and murukku arranged symmetrically, coconuts, fruits, betel leaves and turmeric. Enjoy!
Frends, this is for ikolam cafe.
My new embroiday in a saree pallu. Pachiswork, kutchwork and cross stitch variation are used in this pallu.
have a look. viji
The saree is designed by my Mother and my sister Malar Anand with little white flowers and stones
The mirror work saree is designed by my Mother and my sister Malar Anand