MARGAZHI KOLOTHSAVAM

Nethra Lakshminarasimhan - United Kingdom

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257

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Suzhi/Sikku Kolam

My 3 year old son makes kolams everyday using his magnetic tiles. So I took one of his ideas and decided to make it into a celebratory and colourful sikku kolam for Pongal 2022. I have done four different hexagon kolams and merged them together to mimic his idea.

I live in a fully carpeted apartment, so I used a floor tile with blackboard paper stuck on it. Instead of kola maavu or rangoli powder which could stain carpets, I used liquid chalk in creating kolams.

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255

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Suzhi/Sikku Kolam

This is a sikku kolam drawn on New Year 2022. The idea was about how our home itself is a temple, especially in these pandemic times where we cannot visit temples during lockdown.
I live in a fully carpeted apartment, so I used a floor tile with blackboard paper stuck on it. Instead of kola maavu or rangoli powder which could stain carpets, I used liquid chalk in creating kolams.

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253

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Suzhi/Sikku Kolam

This is a sikku kolam that also incorporates some padi kolam features like thaamarai and kattam.
I live in a fully carpeted apartment, so I used a wooden palagai with blackboard paper stuck on it. Instead of kola maavu or rangoli powder which could stain carpets, I used liquid chalk in creating kol

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252

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Suzhi/Sikku Kolam

Here I am sharing an Andal Kolam inspired by Vannam Chitra Kuppusamy. I drew this for Margazhi 1.
I deleted the initial dots picture unfortunately from my phone.
I live in a fully carpeted apartment, so I used a floor tile with blackboard paper stuck on it. Instead of kola maavu or rangoli powder which could stain carpets, I used liquid chalk in creating kolams.

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251

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Mana Kolam/Padi Kolam

Here I have recreated a kalyana padi kolam. I live in a fully carpeted apartment, so everyday I use this wooden board (palagai) with blackboard paper stuck on it, and for special occasions I use a floor tile with blackboard paper stuck on it. Instead of kola maavu or rangoli powder which could stain carpets, I use liquid chalk in creating kolams.

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