White rangoli - double line kolam
Rangolis adorn our home . Thousands of designs are possible. Rangolis without dots is my style.Rangoli-sans-dots will focus primarily on free hand rangolis without dots for all auspicious occasions, pooja rooms, mantaps and festivals like Navrathri, Dussehra, Diwali, Sankranti (Pongal). Most Indians believe drawing of rangolis in homes is auspicious.
| Rangoli no. 1|
The two images below show how the rangoli at the top evolves through parallel lines
Plain rangolis for all occasions, though only a few have been posted are quite popular here. However, these two above are among my most favourite designs that I draw with various permutations and combinations possible with the patterns I have in my mind. If you would have noticed there can be at least seven to eight patterns from the central design to the outermost in a simple pattern like the one above. When they are combined in different orders we get many designs
This is the first post in Rangoli-sans-dots. More plain rangolis are in plain free hand rangoli , free hand plain rangolis and Rangoli literally means rows of colours and hence they are expected to be colourful. However we cannot totally avoid plain designs (without colour) and hence I will post only a few.
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