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.

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Prayers start only once a rangoli is created. It helps to show the way to the gods and let them feel welcome. Along with the gods, it is also a wonderful sight for all guests. Colourful 6 Dots Rangoli: You should try this lovely rangoli with dots 6 by 6 for any occasion. You can add several colours to this as well. The white border gives the design a nice touch. This rangoli is very attractive. You can get the design easily where you use rangoli with dots 11 to 6 and it can be geometric or floral.

Use colours that are complementary to each other. Simple 6 Dot Rangoli: One of the simple rangoli designs is the 6 dots rangoli. This design uses just white powder to create simple rangoli designs with 6 dots.

You can create designs that are joined together continuously or they can be sets of items that create the whole picture. This can also be used as a 6 pullikolam for daily use outside your home. The rangoli design that you create can have all the same item or it can be a mix of different items. Try geometric or floral designs.

Deepam 6 Dot Rangoli: A deepam design in rangoli is also a wonderful concept. It uses the kolam designs with 6 dots to create a diya shape. This kolam with 6 dots looks very simple but elegant. You can use it to decorate your house or pray room. The design replicates the diyas on all sides of the square.

Try to make these simple 6 pulli 6 varisai kolam and practice them to make more intricate designs. The 6 dot rangoli is a versatile tool to use to create magnificent works. So get your hand on these designs and make something beautiful. Beginner 6 Dot Kollam: If you are a beginner then you can even try your hand at this wonderful 6 dots muggulu.

The design is very sweet and makes flowers at each corner. The central square is the important piece in this design. You can use the design and create other types of flowers as well.

The rangoli can be also made with an 11 to 6 dots rangoli. Use different colours for each section of the rangoli to create a beautiful image. Even an experienced rangoli maker can try these simple designs. Festival Rangoli: Most festivals call for a rangoli that is perfect and bright. These rangolis are done by the 6 chukkala mugguluor the dot rangoli 11 to 6 squares. The rangoli is usually intricate or it a combination of many 6 squares together.

Here you will find one such design. The rangoli designs with dots 11 to 6 are a perfect way to achieve a big pattern. Use bright colours to make the rangoli festive.

You can try this for a special occasion where there is a lot of space as well. The designs use at least three different colours so that the brightness is achieved. A border of white is always preferred to give the rangoli a nice touch. The colourful rangoli or the simple white rangoli are all lovely designs that look bright. Festival rangoli is also a great choice as well as beginner rangoli designs.

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WhatsApp Beautiful Kolam Designs for Diwali Kolam is the form of drawing that is drawn by using rice, floor, chalk powder or white rock powder often using naturally coloured powders in Tamilnadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Karela and some other places also. A Kolam is a geometrical line drawing composed of curved loops, drawn around a grid pattern of dots. The decoration is not the main purpose of a Kolam. The patterns range between geometric and mathematical line drawings around a matrix of dots to free form art work and closed shapes. It used to be a matter of pride to be able to draw large complicated patterns without lifting the hand off the floor or standing up in between. In the kolam patterns, many designs are derived from magical motifs and abstract designs blended with philosophic and religious motifs which have been mingled together.


Top 20 + Latest Simple Kolam Designs With Dots Images

One such design below. It is with a 15 dot to 8 dot grid The dots are idukku pulli type - meaning that after a row of dots is placed the next one is placed between the previous row of dots and below or above. Consequently, the number of dots reduce by one in each row - 15, 14, 13, 12 till 8 dots in this case. The plain and white kolam. White kolam designs are beautiful in their own way and are widely used in Tamil Nadu, daily. In the kolam with colours I have chosen to hide the ribs drawn on the floral patterns by adding the colours. We can also add the ribs again after filling the colours.


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