Using the same concept as in the previous kolam - drawing double lines separately so that they appear to be parallel is the next kolam for a simple Sunday or Monday kolam with the basic star pattern at the centre.
This is also a pattern that you may find in many blog posts in Rangoli sans dots. This pattern I develop further by extending radially to get different rangoli designs. Since it is Monday, I have stopped at the stage itself. After a relaxed week end , may not be so relaxed if we have school and college going children who tell us about the Monday morning project work on Sunday evening when all the shops are closed and we have to search the half of the city or town in search of something for Physics or Biology project ! It may be a simple thing like a pen torch cell or some bulbs in Physics or some plants ,leaves or flowers for the Herbarium project in Botany, it is really surprising that children remember only in the evening of Sunday !
This kolam is a very common kolam . It is usually drawn with parallel lines. I drew the vertical and horizontal lines with a single line and the interconnecting petals have been drawn with two lines that are not drawn simultaneously. It is suitable for a simple kolam on one of these days of the week.
The next day a Monday , obviously so I wanted to start with my favourite technique , a simple lines rangoli drawn with double lines or parallel lines