Get Easy Tutorial for Dot Kolam Designs
Dot kolam designs can change the way you draw kolams and rangolis. Kolams are traditional art forms that have been practised in India from ancient times. They are made during festivals like Ugadi, Diwali, Dussehra, Pongal, Holi, Sankranti, and Ganesh Chaturthi.
Take a look at these easy dot kolam designs:
Make 7-1 parallel dots for this kolam design. Make 7 dots in the centre, and then add 5, then 3 and 1. Finish the kolam by joining the dots as shown.
Here is a kolam design with Swastika in the centre. Make 6 lines with 6 dots; join them and fill them up with color.
Check out this simple kolam design with 5 dots. This kolam can be drawn by amateurs and kids too.
Draw a hexagon in the centre and extend it to create this leafy kolam design.
Make a sikku kolam with 5-1 dots. You can also use colored rangoli powder to draw the kolam.
Make two lines with 4 dots in the centre. Then add 2 parallel dots on each side and draw this easy dot kolam design.
Make this kolam at the entrance of your house to ward off evil and welcome good luck and prosperity.
Make this beautiful kolam design for Diwali, Ugadi, Holi, Dussehra or New Year. Make 5 lines with 5 dots in each. Join them as shown in the picture above.
Make two lines with 5 parallel dots in them. In the next line add 3 dots, and then 1 dot on either side. Make a simple kolam design as shown in the image.
This design is created using 7-1 parallel dots. You need to make 7 dots in the centre, and stop at 1. Create the designs as shown above and fill it with color.
Make eight lines of 8 parallel dots each. Make a cross in the centre and finish the pattern as shown above. Fill the design with color and decorate it with diyas.
Make five lines of 15 parallel dots in the centre. Leaving one dot at each end, keep on adding parallel dots on either side. Stop at 5 dots. Join the dots to create the above pattern. Make thick lines and fill it with color.
Make fourteen lines of 10 parallel dots. Draw the line dividing the stem and the flower first, and then, finish drawing the rest. Finally, fill the Lotus flower with the color you fancy.
Never thought making a peacock kolam was this easy, till I came across this one. You can make this pretty peacock rangoli design for Diwali.
Start from the top; make two lines of 5 parallel dots. In the following lines, keep increasing one dot on either side. The last two lines will have 17 dots each. Join the dots to create this lovely peacocks perched on Lotus. Fill it with color.
This kolam design is made up of 15-8 interlaced dots. The centre has 15 dots. Leave one dot on each side and draw more lines. Stop at 8.
Make the first flower in the centre; draw the rest as shown. Thicken the lines, and then fill it with color.
You can make this divine lord Shiva kolam within minutes using our dot tutorial. Make four lines with 12 parallel dots each. Now add more lines on each end. Leave one dot on either side while adding a new line. Stop at 4 dots; make thick line and fill your kolam with color.
Make vertical interlaced dots of 13-7. Start with 13 dots in the centre and stop at 7. Join the dots to create flower, star and diyas. This is a perfect rangoli design for festivals. Erase the extra dots and fill it up with color.
Make 13-7 interlaced dots. Start with 13 dots in the centre and stop at 7 dots. Join them as shown in the picture above. Make thick lines and fill the pattern with bright, vibrant colors.
Make 7 lines with 7 dots and prepare this gorgeous floral kolam design.
Use dots to make peacock kolam. Make 9 lines with 9 parallel dots. Join them and fill the peacocks with colorful rangoli powder.