Shankam muggulu rangoli for Bhogi

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The star dot pattern is drawn using 9 to 13 dots and 4,3,2,1 dots on either side
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Star dot pattern chukki rangoli for Sankranthi and Bhogi
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Beautiful sangu kolam design for festivals like Pongal, step by step
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Connect the dots with a single curved line to get the best effect in the muggu
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Sangu kolam can also be drawn on Saturdays particular during Purattasi 
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 For festivals like Bhogi , Sankranthi ( Pongal ) and also for Ekadasi.  This is a smaller version of a bigger muggu with 19 dots.  Add bright colours when drawing for festivals and kaavi border for Ekadasi .  It is a combination of three big and three small shankam.

 One of the comments on Facebook for one my videos was "This is should be taught in schools .  Children will never leave classes".  I wonder why this simple art is not being taught in kids.  At least to my knowledge it is not part of the extra curricular activities.

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