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I have added colours suitable for Republic Day or Independence Day Deepam kolam with dots for Karthigai or Deepavali This is a simple kolam that can be drawn for Karthigai Deepam or as a Deepavali kolam design with deepam. The dot grid is 7 to 4 idukku pulli. It is suitable when we want to celebrate the festival with a simple design. A simple kolam that can be drawn for these festivals for deepam as a theme. Many a time I have emphasised the important role played by nature in selection of designs for our kolam.

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I have added colours suitable for Republic Day or Independence Day Deepam kolam with dots for Karthigai or Deepavali This is a simple kolam that can be drawn for Karthigai Deepam or as a Deepavali kolam design with deepam. The dot grid is 7 to 4 idukku pulli. It is suitable when we want to celebrate the festival with a simple design. A simple kolam that can be drawn for these festivals for deepam as a theme. Many a time I have emphasised the important role played by nature in selection of designs for our kolam.

The first photo shows the first two steps. The pattern at the centre is drawn first. The third and fourth show the flowers rose buds and Hibiscus? I have given two colourful versions of the final image.

The one at the top more colourful and near natural so far as the colours are concerned. The one at the bottom is an easier version for adding colours.

As I have emphasised earlier, muggu, rangavalli or kolam or rangoli or alpona are different names for the same beautiful art.

Drawn with dots or without, with colours or without, simple, intricate, complicated, for festivals, for decoration, for competition, for functions, for teaching, for learning, as an activity, as a project or as a hobby. Some small and simple kolam with 7 dots Two versions of the same kolam are shown below only the colours additon is different. The one on the left has a single while the one on the right has a different colouring scheme.

Draw the outer floral designs as shown in the video. Draw the flower at the centre and add the patterns above as shown in the image.

Quite an easy and basic rangoli and can be drawn in very little time. Since it is a very simple design it can be drawn free hand also. It can be drawn free hand too.

Easy for small kolam designs using basic kolam patterns. Place the dot grid , draw the four butterflies on the four corners. Draw the four petal floral design at the centre and use up the remaining dots with tendril like patterns.

The kolam above with colours is shown in the image below. If you want see the steps the video is at butterfly kolam with 7 dots This is a simpler version of a butterfly kolam. The dot grid is 7 to 1 ner pulli. The result is three butterflies with common wings.

So we can have three butterflies when the kolam is viewed in three different angles. The images show the steps. Actually this one element of a common 14 dots kolam that has been converted into a simple but beautiful butterfly kolam. The advantages are many. And most important there is no copyright violation! The central pattern is connected to the four roses through leaves. On the four corners hibiscus flowers have been drawn.

The petals have some yellow patterns to indicate the presence of stamen in the flowers. A simple kolam design using a simple dot grid.

This is drawn with 7 dots to 1 pattern. Draw the central orange and pink petals. Using the remaining dots create elephants on four sides. Some free hand drawing for lotus and tusks, heads are required. This image below shows how to start the 6 birds with 7 dots rangoli design. After drawing the patterns curved lines through the centre the remaining dots are used to get the birds heads.

That is shown in the next image. The dot remaining before the head is used for drawing the beak. The dot template or pattern is 7 to 4 in between dots. After placing the dot grid draw the three S shaped curved lines intersecting at the central dot. Draw curved patterns to get the head of a bird. Add beaks to all the birds. Add bright colours as they are associated with birds. However that would be a poor representation of what nature can show off.

We cannot get the shine or glitter of peacock feathers but at least we can try. With the same dot grid and same central pattern we can convert the heads of the birds into butterflies. The result a simple butterfly kolam with dots. Of course we can decorate the kolam design as we wish. As usual, place the dot template, draw the central designs using the dots at the centre, inside the hexagon.

Half of each side of the hexagon and the remaining dots are used to obtain the bird designs on the six sides. My daughter says that they look like dolphins, the beak looks like a nose and the purple design below the neck, represents the flat tail of the dolphin according to her.

Dolphin or bird we have another kolam design for practising or drawing. The first black and white image shows the first stage of the rangoli. Draw the petals at the centre, join them with curved lines. Draw the body of the birds around the dots as shown to use the dots as eyes.

Use the remaining dots to draw the wings. That leaves six dots in front of the beak of each bird. I have used them drawing a simple floral pattern. This rangoli is also drawn with 7 by 4 dot grid in between dots.

In this case I have used four petals at the centre. Quite an easy rangoli. With the same dot grid 7 to 4 interlaced dots and following the same pattern we can also get a different kolam design. Instead of birds we can complete the kolam with lamp patterns as shown in the images below. Normally we have maavilai or mango leaves in one stage, since there are two sets of mango leaves! I hope it is clear.

Adding colours is our choice. Draw the central intersecting lines connecting the central dot with two dots on either side. Now draw curved lines as shown in two stages. Then the outside white pattern is drawn. I have added one more maavilai using that dot. The same kolam I drew at the entrance of my home during Margazhi, the picture below 7 dots lotus rangoli 7 pulli thamarai kolam This post has been updated with the kolam in the image above.

As the post title suggests it is a 7 dot pulli kolam. It can be categorised as a simple poo kolam poo in Tamil means flower. It is a kolam design I have tried with floral petals on all four sides. Hence the name. The two images in black and white show the intermediate stages in the kolam design The two images below show the intermediate steps for the rangoli above. The dot pattern adopted is 7 to 1 straight dots or ner pulli.

Place the dot pattern with kolam powder. Start drawing the pink petals on on four sides. Use up the remaining dots at the centre to get the pattern in the image above or any other pattern according to your imagination.

Fill the kolam with flowers to get a simple floral kolam design. I suddenly raced to 11 not before posting some 9 dot patterns. Probably 7 and 9 are the most popular among kolam with dots. Its only a guess.

So in this post - the kolam above has a 7 by 7 dot template. Draw the central design and the four patterns extending from it. Draw the floral patterns on the four sides. Complete the kolam with few colours. I have added a few dots on each flower, to represent the stamens? The next kolam with 7 dots - the dot pattern used is 7 to 4 idduku pulli or interlaced dots. Two images showing how to draw this kolam step by step. For more steps there is a video in my Channel Rangolisansdots. Shown above is a simpler kolam for Margazhi.

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Art at door The month of December brings not only chillness but also colors to every home in South India. This is what one would ideally see before a rural household especially in villages The ideal time to draw kolams is the early dawn. Even now people who live in villages get up daily around 5 am in the morning to clean their front yard, sprinkle water and draw kolams. Not a single day starts without a kolam. It is the first work of a woman in a household. The other beautiful thing about the kolam is that it reflects the personality of the woman who draws the kolam.

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