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Acab - Purple Mess / The Kolam / The LTP - Purple Mess / The Kolam / The LTP (CDr)

06.10.2019
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  1. Some traditional rangoli or kolam designs popular in Tami Nadu. Drawing Kolam is an exercise for the brain. Learn and teach "kolam poduvathu eppadi.
  2. The kolam is first drawn with a single white line. The second line is added later. Free hand kolam gives us the liberty to draw according to our imagination, the kolam may grow, expand or change even as we draw and imagine simultaneously. This kolam below is .
  3. Sep 26,  · Diwali rangoli designs for Lakshmi Puja | Laxmi Pooja | Aishwarya rangoli | Lotus rangoli - Duration: Sudha Balaji - Rangoli sans dots , views.
  4. Jun 03,  · Free hand padi kolam part 1. Padi kolam for Margazhi or New Year rangoli | Sudha Balaji geethala muggulu for Sankranti - Duration: Sudha Balaji - Rangoli sans dots 2,, views.
  5. Kolam are a designated Scheduled Tribe in the Indian states of Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. They belong to the sub-category Particularly vulnerable tribal group, one of the three belonging to this sub-category. The others being Katkari and Madia Gond.. They are a Kolam community and common in the Yavatmal, Chandrapur and districts of Maharashtra.
  6. Jul 21,  · It is one of the simple kolams I learnt from my amma. This kolam's grid pattern is interlocked 9 x 5 dots.
  7. A channel for Traditional, simple and easy Kolam/ Rangoli designs including art of drawing Festival kolams, Apartment kolams, Sikku kolams, bird kolams and G.
  8. Jan 20,  · The ‘kolam’ is usually drawn using rice powder or paste enabling ants, little insects and birds to feed on it. This tradition is invariably an extension of the Indian ethos of oneness with nature fostering the well-being of all living entities – the very epitome of the principle of “Vasudhaiva kutumbakam” (the whole world is one.

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