Makar Sankranti or Pongal is the season for Rangoli designs. Rangoli designs, also known as Kolam in Tamil, Muggu in Telugu, Kolam in Malayalam, Alpana in Bengali, are considered as a symbol to welcome prosperity or wealth into our house. Women draw rangoli designs or patterns to welcome Sankranti Lakshmi or the crop they yielded […]
Kolam is the Tamil name for Rangoli designs and Pongal is the major season for Kolam designs and drawing kolams in Tamil Nadu. Here are some Pongal Kolam pictures or Sankranti Rangoli designs…. Please scroll down for the images… More pictures here
Himmelfarb Gallery of Tai Sophia Institute in Laurel (Maryland, USA) is holding a quilt exhibition based on Hindu Kolam designs till August 27, 2011. Titled “Pieces as Prayers: Kolam and Kaleidoscope Quilts”, this art quilts exhibition is by artist Lauren Kingsland, who was inspired by Kolam designs while travelling through Tamil Nadu (India). Applauding Himmelfarb for exhibiting […]
Here are three Rangoli designs pictures. Rangoli is called as Kolam in Tamil, Muggu in Telugu and Alpana in Bengali.
Here are some rangoli designs and rangoli patterns drawn by Janak Chouhan. Hindupad is Thanking for the efforts made by Mr. Janak in this regard and we hope he and his team continues good work…. Scroll down for the images of Rangoli patterns by Mr Janak
Here are some Kolam designs pictures; Rangoli designs pictures, Muggulu images. These kolam designs or muggulu images or rangoli designs photos are contributed by Mrs. Deepika N Sanagala. Thanks to Mrs. Deepikaji and we want her kind contribution forever. More Rangoli Designs Pictures here