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Simple chariot kolam with dots Pongal

The dot patttern is 9 and 5 dots 2 rows, 9,7 and 5 dots - 2 rows as shown with extra pairs of dots connecting both the dot grids  We can draw for Sankranthi or Ratha saptami.  Decorate with kaavi .  Only one wheel is visible in the side view.  The chariot is created with simple repetitive patterns.  

Chariot sikku kolam for Pongal festival

 The dot pattern is 11 ,9 and 7 each 2 rows and 7, 5 and 3 dots - each 2 rows at the top with extra two dots Decorate with kaavi after completion.  We can draw for Ratha Sapthami also 

Easy muggulu with 11 chukkalu

The dot pattern is 11 by 6 .  The images show the steps for the rangoli.  Connect the dots with straight lines.  Add patterns as shown in the above pic .  The rangoli is ready .

Simple beautiful kolam with dots

This is a a 6 dots kolam = 6 dot 2 rows then 4 and 2                                                            A small and tricky kolam , so I have shown the step by step pics.  Can be drawn for our daily kolam at the entrance.

Parijatham poo kolam 19-10 dots rangoli

 This is a bigger version of a kolam drawn with eleven dots.  An old and traditional kolam that can be drawn for Ugadi, New Year or Sankranthi .  Though it is a big kolam it is quite simple.  To get an attractive rangoli , we should ensure that the curved lines drawn connecting the dots should be smooth and without joints i.e they should  be drawn in a single stretch.  The secrets for achieving these are concentration and practice .