Flower kolam without dots for Margazhi and Pongal
Flower kolam without dots with leaves
The same rangoli in the previous stage.. A beautiful and symmetrical rangoli that resembles a wheel. Draw the central triangular patterns coloured in pink and grey. On the arms draw floral patterns and leaf designs above them. It is as if the leaf is protecting the floral designs. Add some simple curved lines with white rangoli powder. While the leaves appear to be anti-clockwise the white patterns are clockwise to give a unique effect to the rangoli. Suitable as a simple rangoli for Diwali.
The design on the left is a complete floral design rangoli. The inner most pattern at the centre has floral petals orange in colour. It is surrounded by a double line border that is actually a flower. On each petal of this flower I have drawn petals or flowers with two different colours, pink and orange. so instead of using different colours for petals of the same flower as in the first two I have tried something different with flowers of different colours to produce another type of multi-colour floral rangoli. It is a free hand design with parallel lines and flowers on the outside are drawn with single lines. After completing the plain rangoli fill with colours and add some white and red or orange lines to depict the petals. Some simple spiral patterns and green leaves are also used.
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may be useful for festivals like Margazhi or any other special occasion