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Image result for kolam book Rangoli Borders, Rangoli Patterns, Rangoli Ideas, Kolam . I've made some animals and birds in sikku kolam in the simplest way. Sikku Kolam Collection1, Pinnal, Neli, Kambi kolangal Flower swastika sikku pinnal kolam[ Interlaced dots]-Click to enlarge · Flower swastika sikku pinnal . If possible need to check my collection from my mother's note book, she should be having this. She had collected many sikku kolams, hopefully.

The kolam has been surrounded by a simple rangoli border with two lines.

The gap between the kolam and border has been filled with some spiral motifs. The central design has been filled with brown and pink colours and the inner most design is filled with blue colour. The border has been filled with blue colours as also the other motifs. The gaps between the spiral patterns is filled with some simple circular designs.

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Finally the outer border has some simple designs running perpendicular to the lines. Place the dots again in the sikku kolam after the colours are applied. Hence I have tried to combine both in the rangoli design above. I understand that they are called gantina rangoli in Kannada to indicate knotted rangoli designs. Though the lines appear to be knotted in the image above it may rank among the simplest sikku kolam designs.

First the dot grid it is a simple seven by seven dot template. Then add the six rhombus like shapes using four dots for each so all them appear interlocked. The remaining dots can be used to draw a curved snake like continuous pattern and the result the neli kolam below. While we can draw kolam with parallel lines, picking of two colours for these designs is the trick to be taught or learnt. Tips for how to pick the colours and draw parallel lines with two different colours are also there in the link 'sikku kolam designs ' knotted designs given above.

While some sikku kolam designs are easy this one can not be considered to be easy and we can go wrong even with practice. Two images showing stages of the kolam. It is easier to split the kolam into patterns as shown in the images to make drawing such designs simpler. For the kolam on the top. The dot pattern is 7 at the centre, two rows of 5 on either side and then 1 on either side. There may be methods simple and difficult to draw these kolams, to start and end the meandering line.

The images below show intermediate steps. For the kolam on the top that has another non-standard dot pattern the dot grid is placed as follows, 5, 4 idukku pulli , 5,3 and 1. Then 3 and 1 at the top. This kolam on the top has a non-standard dot pattern as is the case of many sikku kolam or neli kolam designs.

The idea is get a final image that has some symmetry. Then four dots on either side and finally two dots. One dot is placed between four and two dots. Two images showing the intermediate steps for this sikku kolam have been added The next sikku or chikku kolam uses a 7 by 4 dot grid , idukku pulli with dots placed vertically so that the kolam appears to expand on the sides.

The three photos below show the steps to make it easy to draw this beautiful and simple kolam. Another type of sikku kolam is one that represents a wheel or chakra. Commonly drawn during Margazhi befiore Pongal or Sankranti. The kolam in steps through pictures. We can add more patterns radially to make it more difficult not that this is easy!

Sikku kolam - type kulam kolam There is a type of sikku kolam called kulam kolam. Kulam is pond in Tamil. In this type we use a square dot grid on four sided with a space in the centre. Since the space at the centre and the designs on the four sides represent a temple pond and the steps on the four sides respectively it is called a kulam kolam or pond kolam.

It is possible to grow the kolam infinitely. In the images below the simplest among them using 2 by 2 dot grid and with four designs is shown. The final image shows the patterns on the four sides with the space at the centre. We can leave the space as it is or we can fill it with some floral or other designs. Since it is a very small design with little space I have placed only a dot!.

Kulam kolam theme can also be tried with a dot grid that starts with 4,5,6 etc and tapers to one instead of just the square dot pattern.

In the sikku kolam below using 5 dots make a square and then on all the four sides place dots from 4 to 1 as idukku pulli. Since there is sufficient space I have added a floral pattern at the centre.

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This also looks like a classical padi kolam where we have steps. A beautiful kolam that can be tried as vasal kolam at the entrance.

For the kolam on the left that has another non-standard dot pattern the dot grid is placed as follows, 5, 4 idukku pulli , 5,3 and 1. In this type of design and also in many other designs variations are possible.

After all sky is the limit for our imagination. One such variation of this sikku kolam design is shown below. Add lotus patterns on all four sides of the kolam and add a few colours, pink in this colours because the pink is usually associated with lotus.

The dot template is 7 at the centre and 5, 7 and 3 on either side for the sikku kolam on the left It is quite normal to see designs like 3 an 4 shown above drawn at the entrances of houses in Tamil Nadu. Bigger kolam designs are drawn for festivals and other special occasions The next neli kolam is also quite a common, simple and easy neli kolam.

The important characteristic of this type of neli kolam is that it can be drawn in various sizes by increasing the dot grid. The result we can draw a very small kolam with three dots or bigger kolam with 5,7,9 dots and so on.

This design has been drawn with a dot pattern as shown. Place three rows of 5 dots each.

Then place 4,3,2 and 1 dot on either side idukku pulli. For 7 dots kolam place three rows of 7 dots with 6 to 1 dot on either side as idukku pulli. First draw the outermost twisted pattern connecting the topmost and bottom most dots. Then draw the four lines on either side. Finally connect the top and bottom lines through curved lines as shown. The result is a small but cute sikku kolam.

The next neli kolam uses a five by five dot grid. One of the simplest neli or chikku kolam designs because the dot grid used is square and also because there more straight lines than most neli kolangal.

The images show the completed design and an intermediate step.

Sikku Kolam Collection1, Pinnal, Neli, Kambi kolangal

The outer designs are similar to lamps. We can change them according to our imagination or can continue the kolam around the four outer dots too. One of the common kolam designs underr the pulli vecha kolam designs of Tamil Nadu.

Probably because of the twisted nature of the kolam sikku kolam is also called neli kolam. My father-in-law used to quote from literature - a rose by any other name smells as sweet. Similarly sikku or neli kolam they are unique in kolam patterns and are beautiful and challenging.

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Even the simplest designs can be challenging at least the first time. The kolam below the first in this series. The dot pattern is with on either side of 7 dots. The first image shows the beginning of the kolam and the second image shows the continuation of the kolam.

Like any other dotted kolam there may be easier methods. This is quite a common neli kolam design and is found drawn at the entrance. It can be drawn with parallel lines also. Thanks for understanding. Please leave a comment here if its helpful for you.

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Also leave your suggestions and share your method of doing this pooja. It will be helpful for everyone. Ok, let us see the significance of doing this pooja in our house. Chithirai : Blessed with increased production of Pulses.

Please refer the picture for the benefits of doing this pooja in each Tamil month. To make this pooja,we should do the following procedure and chant slokas.

It takes one hour to chant to finish this pooja.

Its better to perform this pooja before Lets see how to make this poojai. On Thursday night,wash the lamps properly and decorate it by keeping manjal,kumkum. The next day morning,ie on Friday,draw some Padi kolam in your house entrance and draw the above kolam with hridaya kamalam in the center in front of your pooja room. Put the thread and oil the lamp. Do not light it now. Just keep it ready.

Keep the flowers for all the idols. Prepare the neivedyam.This method has been uploaded in my YouTube channel and using this method I am updating posts where ever possible with some special kolam designs. Recover your password. The pictures below show the steps. Start with the fourth dot at the bottom. The kolam is drawn around the dots. Peacock Rangoli Colorful peacocks with different orientation displayed here. Occasionally, cow dung is also used to wax the floors.

In case of doubt please visit Rangolisansdots - my YouTube channel to know the method. The simplest of them with 3 , 4 or 5 dots can be drawn where space is a constraint.

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