Pretty Kolam Rangoli Designs for the Spring Festival
Kolam rangoli designs are made during festivals. Kolam is a geometrical line drawing composed of curved loops, drawn around a grid pattern of dots. Complex, colorful kolams are drawn on holidays and other special events.
Kolam rangoli designs are made using rice flour, chalk, chalk powder and white rock powder. They are drawn in South Indian states of Telangana, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and some parts of Goa and Maharashtra.
Kolams rangoli designs are drawn on all auspicious occasions and are thought to bring prosperity and good luck to homes. Check out our beautiful collection of kolam rangoli designs for Ugadi.
Ugadi is the New Year’s Day for the people of the Deccan region of India. Ugadi is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. In Karnataka this festival is known as Yugadi, and in Maharashtra it’s called Gudi Padwa.
People in Punjab celebrate it as Baisakhi, Sindhis as Cheti Chand, while it’s known as Bihu in Assam, Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, and as Vishu in Kerala.
During Ugadi women and children indulge in making pretty kolam rangoli designs. Here are some simple kolam designs, have a look:
1. Amazing Kolam rangoli designs Courtesy of Uma Raja
Here is an amazing kolam design in purple and white. It’s just gorgeous! Make this kolam on Ugadi and welcome the deity into your house.
Take a look at this awe-inspiring kolam rangoli design. You need to have a stable hand and lots of practice to master this one.
Beginners can try making this simple kolam design. Create a flower design in the centre, and fill it with yellow, violet and green color.
Make this peacock kolam design in your courtyard. The beauty of a peacock lies in its feathers, so make sure to work on them.
Wow! Here is another stunner. Try this free-hand kolam design to make your festive season a special one. It will take a good 2-3 hours to draw this.
6. Round Kolam rangoli designsCourtesy of Uma Raja
Kolam rangoli designs are an excellent way to decorate your home. Take a look at this outstanding kolam design; decorate it with diyas in the evening.
Draw this charismatic kolam design during Ugadi, Pongal, Ganpati puja or Diwali. It’s a traditional design made of chalk powder.
Go for this out of the box kolam rangoli design. It consists of intricate patterns that have been carefully added in to the right places.
Draw your favourite birdie in the centre and circle it around. Keep the border simple, just add some wavy design.
Welcome the deity and your guests by making this kolam in your living room. Sprinkle red color and then blue, and write welcome in the centre.
If you are not an expert at rangoli making, then pick up this simple kolam design. First make a cross in the centre, now start adding those curly lines.
Make this vibrant kolam, add bright yellow, pink, blue, and green colors. Draw a circle in the centre, surround it with drop design.
I love this small, cute kolam design; it’s quick and easy to create. If you don’t have hours to spare, go for this hasty one.
Must say it’s a feast to my eyes. It is complex yet a very attractive kolam design. I’m tempted to try it out, but it’s not going to be that easy.
A very cute kolam design consisting of hearts, leaves, triangles, dots and standing lines! Each element is placed with utter perfection to bring out this elegant kolam rangoli design.