MARGAZHI KOLOTHSAVAM 2020

Sharanya Bharathwaj - Ireland (+353)

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184

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Kolam Crafts

This creation happened when Kundan Rangoli got wedded to an old scrap pan! Upcyled a useless pan by making a Kundan Rangoli on it.
This home decor - Upcyled Kundan Rangoli pan is now a centre of attraction and a conversation starter amidst all my friends and relatives. Doesn't it look classy?

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185

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Kolam Crafts

Cookie kolam:

கல்லிலே கலை வண்ணம் கண்டான்…likewise, the dots on a crack jack biscuit cracked me up! This very thought expanded the horizons of thinking and paved way to a super cute, unique creation. I re-invented the child in me and enjoyed the process of drawing kolams on a biscuit.
Just like how veggie carving , fruit carving are displayed on our dining table, we can display this unique cookie kolam too, thus making it a one of a kind home display piece. As a trial, I have used regular ink pens to draw. However, to make this edible, we can use icing creams or melted chocolate in a cone and draw kolams on biscs.
Hope you all like it too!

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Entry No: 

186

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Aishwarya Kolam Key holder:

Most of us have Aishwarya Kolam at home. I have drawn this kolam on a black slate using 3D outliners. Coloured the light brown frame into pink and have used kundan borders. To bring some utility value, have attached a few hooks and converted this piece is art to a traditional handcrafted key holder. Hanging our home keys on this mountable aishwarya kolam key holder can't get more auspicious!

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187

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Kolam Crafts

Kolam is synonymous to thw word divinity. So every kolam we draw is nothing lesser than a meditation. Being away from Mother India, it's quite difficult to follow our traditions and culture. As a child, I have always had the luxury of having a Tulasi maadam in our backyard and worshipping it. So I dearly wanted to relive my childhood days and also wanted to cascade the richness of our tradition to our children. Hence upcyled an old carton box and it's lid into a very nostalgic tulasi maadam and embellished it with a very simple kolam with accompanying border patterns across sides. Have used acrylic paints for the same. My children too love it and know the value of our culture.

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