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Chinna Sikku kolangal eppadi poduvathu

A small and beautiful sikku kolam rangoli  The dot pattern is 5 dots 3 rows then 4,3,2,1 dots Anju pulli sikku kolangal Two more simple sikku kolangal with a few steps are shown below For this design the dot pattern is 5 dots 3 rows then one dot above and below This design uses 5 by 5 dots This design can be drawn with 7 dots, 9 dots, 11 dots etc.  Maneuvering around the dots using curved lines comes with practice and the more we practice nearer to perfection we get.  That is the secret of these type of kolams.  Some of us may get intimidated looking at the final design but when we get it right we get a lot of mental satisfaction.  Can be drawn as part of our daily kolangal. The next kolam uses 6 dots 4 rows then 4 dots on all sides.  A simple design too  3 dots sikku kolangal  4 dots sikku kolangal Next is a 7 by 1 dot sikku kolam,  easy and beautiful. The images show the steps One

Chikku kolam big step by step pics

There are two ways of drawing a big chikku kolam.  One with big dot grids or using small kolams and connecting them. This kolam uses a common 5 by 5 dots chikku kolam These type are also called kulam kolam.  Kulam means pond.  The centre of the design represents the pond and the four sides the steps that lead to the pond as we see in temples of Tamil Nadu The centre can be filled with designs of our choice.  This design can be expanded infinitely. Another variation of kulam kolam using 4 by 4 dots shown step by step in the pictures below 10 pulli chikku kolam The dot pattern is 10 dots 4  rows, then 8,6,4 dots 11 pulli chiikku kolam  The dot pattern is 11 to 1.  The pictures show the steps to make it easy to follow