14 dots Pongal kolam steps thru images


Pongal rangoli designs | Wedding kolam 

In one of the earlier posts I shared the original design with 18 dots.  This is a smaller and easier idea for the same design

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The dot pattern used in 14 dots 2 rows ,  then from 12 to 2 on either side

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Draw two lines vertically as shown on either side with two columns of dots in between
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Similarly draw two horizontal lines

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Another step in the kolam ,  leaving two rows or columns of dots

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After complete decorate inside as shown
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The remaining dots in the remaining squares are used by separating them with lines as shown.
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On four sides at the edges we have some dots they are used as shown in the picture below

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Round of the edges on four sides

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When I shared an 18 dot version of this kolam called Kalyana medai ,  a follower on Facebook requested for a smaller version.  So I created this design with 14 dots.  Such a beautiful traditional kolam with just lines and dots .  We can decorate with kaavi to get an awesome effect.  It is called so because it represents a wedding stage.  So if you are looking for a traditional decoration for the wedding stage this can definitely be used to adorn it.  

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