Kolam Designs Tutorial

Easy Way to Make Kolams Rangoli Designs Using Dots- Kolam Designs Tutorial

Kolam designs are usually created by joining dots. With the help of dots, you can draw intricate designs and patterns with ease. Kolams are made in Southern India during festivals such as Ugadi, Pongal, Sankranti, Ganpati, Diwali, Dussehra, Holi and Gudi Padwa.

Here are some kolam designs with dot tutorial, have a look:

1. Kolam Designs with 3-4 Dots kolam Designs Tutorial Courtesy of Kamalas Corner

Here are some easy and simple dot kolam designs that can be made using 3-4 dots.

2. Peacock Kolam Designkolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial Courtesy of Kamalas Corner

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Here is a beautiful peacock design made of 9-1 parallel dots. Start by making 9 dots in the centre, the last line will have 1 dot. Join the dots; you will have to make the peacock head with free-hands. Fill it with color to get this look.

3. Flower Kolam Designs with DotsKolam Designs Tutorial Kolam Designs Tutorial Kolam Designs TutorialCourtesy of S Saikripa

Make 7 dots in the centre; the next line on either side has 8 inter laced dots. The next line will have 7 dots, then 6 dots and the last line will have 3. Draw the kolam pattern as shown and fill it with color.

4. Kolam Designs with10-10 Dotskolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs with Dots

kolam Designs Tutorial Courtesy of Alagu Kolangal

Make 10 lines of 10 parallel dots. Joins the dots as shown above and erase the remaining dots. Fill the kolam rangoli design with color.

5. Star Kolam Designs kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial

Dot kolam Designs Courtesy of Alagu Kolangal

Make 5 dots in the centre, then increase and make 7 interlaced dots. The next line has 6 dots, then decrease to 2, and the last line will have 1 dot. Join them as shown. Fill them up with desired color.

6. kolam Designs with 16-2 Dotskolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial Courtesy of Kamalas Corner

Make two lines with 16 dots in the centre. Start making parallel dots on both ends; leave one dot on each side. Stop at 2 dots. Join them as shown above and fill them with color.

7. kolam Designs with 9-9 Dotskolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial Courtesy of Kamalas Corner

Make nine lines of 9 parallel dots. Join them as above and erase the remaining dots. Finally fill them with color and your kolam rangoli is ready.

8. kolam Designs with 8-8 Dotskolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs with Dot Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs TutorialCourtesy of jobakamemes

Make eight lines with 8 parallel dots. Draw a cross in the centre and finish the kolam rangoli pattern as above. Fill it with color. You can draw this design during Diwali, Ugadi, Pongal, Ganpati, Sankranti or Dussehra.

9. kolam Designs with 15-8 Dotskolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs TutorialCourtesy of Alagu Kolangal

Make 15 dots in the centre; add interlaced dots on either side. Leave one dot on each end, stop at 8 dots. Join the dots as shown in the figure and color them up. Using dots make it easy to make kolam patterns.

10. Complex kolam Design kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs Tutorial kolam Designs TutorialCourtesy of Kamalas Corner

Here is a complex kolam design. It’s made up of 23 vertical dots in the centre. Keep on adding interlaced dots, stop at 13. Make a star in the centre and S-shaped pattern all around it. Draw the design as shown and fill it up with color.

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