Sikku Kolam – 108

muggulu, rangoli, rangavalli, Big chikku pulli kolam
Big Kolam

The real fact of an outdoor kolam is
“Mistakes aren’t Excused, Confessions aren’t Pardoned”

With that foreword here is the next sikku kolam on the display, That’s a hidden message for the scruffy execution 🙂 The original version of this kolam had a different pattern on the sides as I always try to change and take time to do it in my style.
The day I drew this kolam, as usual, I didn’t plan in advance ( part and parcel of my life ;-0 ) In the early hours of morning, I was trying to amend some changes here and there…It looked odd to my dad, as I never took a book in the morning even in my academic life ;-0 But with one rehearsal, I went ahead for the floor version, as I was running out of time, it was around 7.45am can’t wait any longer, the sun was shining bright which was ready to reach the mid of the sky 😀

I liked the design a lot but, I should have changed a bit on the edges too, there should be another single chain on the sides for uniformity, I missed it. No big deal will go for another try in near future 😉
Now coming to the caption of the kolam, Let me move on to the dot count – Well no talk about the mistakes made 😀

Dot count – 27 dots placed in rows, 23×2, 19×2, 15×2, 11×2, 7×2, 3×2

I didn’t think much about the enhancement factor, I drew my favourite lotus flowers on the sides with vines which I saw in my mom’s embroidery work 😉

muggulu, rangoli, rangavalli, Big chikku pulli kolam
Big Kolam


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