#### 11 dots sikku kolam for Margali kolangal

We can draw these kolam for during the Margazhi season 2019 and Pongal 2020 when we want to display our kolam skills . The images show the step by step process for drawing the deisgn.

Do not underestimate a sikku kolam by its size. Even a small design can be tricky . So naturally bigger designs will be little challenging. I have tried to make them easy through the steps given in the pics.

One more 11 dots sikku kolam for Margali kolam season .

The next kolam also uses 11 dots

It is 11 pulli 2 varisai ( rows ), 9 dots ( 1 varisai ), 5 dots ( 2 varisai ) and 3 dots

Like a Math problem there are many ways to draw kolams particularly sikku kolam , I try to find the easiest method for this we have to put ourselves in others' place and think , only then sometimes we can achieve what we want and from the feedback I get it right many times and that is one of the reasons for the popularity of Rangolisansdots on YouTube, Facebook and as a blog

Almost all sikku kolams possess the property of bilateral symmetry ( you guessed it right I am a student of Biolgy !) . they are symmetrical in the horizontal and vertical planes. For those who know this type very well would have noticed that occasionally change the route as I draw !

This design uses 11 dots two rows , then 9 dots on either side , then 5 dots two rows on either side , finally 3 dots.

Next sikku kolam for Pongal ( பொங்கல் சிக்கு கோலம் in Tamil ) is with 9 dots 3 rows then 7 ,5, 3 ., beautiful design it is.

Big is a relative term , hence I have added a 10 dot sikku kolam for those who are searching Google images for big designs and have about 10 dots in mind

The dot pattern is 10 dots - 2 rows, 8 dots one row, 4 dots - 2\rows and 2 dots 1 row.

The next kolam is wih 11 dots 3 rows, 7 dots one row, 9 dots - 1 row 3 dots - 2 rows and one extra dot on either side of the lower row of 3 dots as shown

9 dots sikku kolam can also be considered big , as I said earlier it is a relative term.

This kolam uses a 9 by 4 iduku pulli pattern

11 to 1 dots kolam for Margali, Mattu Pongal, Kanum Pongal kolangal also

Almost all sikku kolams possess the property of bilateral symmetry ( you guessed it right I am a student of Biolgy !) . they are symmetrical in the horizontal and vertical planes. For those who know this type very well would have noticed that occasionally change the route as I draw !

This design uses 11 dots two rows , then 9 dots on either side , then 5 dots two rows on either side , finally 3 dots.

Next sikku kolam for Pongal ( பொங்கல் சிக்கு கோலம் in Tamil ) is with 9 dots 3 rows then 7 ,5, 3 ., beautiful design it is.

Big is a relative term , hence I have added a 10 dot sikku kolam for those who are searching Google images for big designs and have about 10 dots in mind

The dot pattern is 10 dots - 2 rows, 8 dots one row, 4 dots - 2\rows and 2 dots 1 row.

The next kolam is wih 11 dots 3 rows, 7 dots one row, 9 dots - 1 row 3 dots - 2 rows and one extra dot on either side of the lower row of 3 dots as shown

9 dots sikku kolam can also be considered big , as I said earlier it is a relative term.

This kolam uses a 9 by 4 iduku pulli pattern

11 to 1 dots kolam for Margali, Mattu Pongal, Kanum Pongal kolangal also

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