Beautiful Creations

Rangoli,kolam,chennai,Tamil Nadu தமிழ்: ரங்கோல...

Rangoli,kolam,chennai,Tamil Nadu தமிழ்: ரங்கோலி என்ற அழைக்கப்படம் வண்ணக்கோலம், சென்னை,தமிழ்நாடு (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I Love Rangoli’s.

Rangoli’s are known as Kolam and is an Indian folk art. The decorative designs and patterns can vary and are absolutely beautiful. They are created using colored rice, colored flour, flower petals or colored sand. You will find them displayed in the Indian living rooms or courtyards during Hindu festivals. They are absolutely very feminine and beautiful creations.

I love creating them myself on my porch until the rain comes and takes it away, and coloring in my rangoli coloring books.

It also brings me back by reminding me of all the times as a small girl the hours I’d spent with my girlfriends drawing wonderful designs and creations with chalk on the side walks and streets near our homes in NYC, such pleasant memories.

It’s amazing how they are beautifully created by hand.

So lovely!

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This is such an amazing video of one being created with what looks like with sand. So amazing.

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5 Responses to Beautiful Creations

  1. Absolutely beautiful!

  2. gita4elamats says:

    Reblogged this on ELANA – The Voice of the Future and commented:
    So beautiful! 🙂

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