Kolam Designs Gallery
Free hand kolam designs are mostly made using rice flour. Some people use colored rangoli powder to make it vibrant and pretty.
Kolam rangoli designs are also known as kolangal or muggu. They are drawn in front of the house by women. Intricate kolam patterns and designs are made during Ugadi, Pongal, Sankranti and other festivals in south India.
We have put together a kolam collection just for you, have a look:
Here are some pretty kolams made by Maheshwari Ramesh. Must say, she is an extremely talented lady who loves making kolams. Make them during Ugadi, Pongal, Diwali, Ganpati, or Sankranti.
Take a look at these gorgeous kolams made by Uma Raja. She spends hours creating these pretty kolam rangoli designs. Make these intricate kolams in your living room and decorate them with diyas.
Creativity has no boundaries; these stunning kolams are drawn by Vani Muthukrishnan. She never fails to floors anyone with her colorful, cute kolams. Make them in the courtyard or at the doorstep of your house.
Try out these magnificent kolams made by Indu Gopal. Draw them during festivals and add to the fervour. Kolam rangoli designs increase the beauty of your house. Use rice flour and colorful rangoli powder to draw them.
These awesome kolams have been made by A M Rani Selvaraj. They are lovely and can be drawn on all occasions. Most of the above are free hand kolam rangoli designs. Add color to make them vibrant and elegant.