Simple Rangoli Kolam, Rangoli Kolam Designs with Dots, Kolam with Dots, Kolam Rangoli
Name of Rangoli Design: Simple Rangoli Kolam with Dots – Design #4
Surface to Draw Rangoli: Front door entrance, sidewalks of the main door entrance, corners of the house.
Materials Required: To make the outline of the Simple Rangoli Kolam Designs with Dots, you can use rice flour, chalk powder, or white rangoli powder. Using white for outlining the simple rangoli Kolam with dots is considered sacred because white signifies purity, innocence, peace, and simplicity. Make your Kolam rangoli freehand by taking the rangoli material between your thumb and forefingers and letting it flow freehand. If you are not comfortable freehand, use a mehndi cone or a tube.
Steps 1 to 5: Creating 5-3 rangoli dot grid for making the simple rangoli Kolam
This simple rangoli Kolam will be made on 5×3 rangoli grid, and we will start by making a 5 to 1 dot grid as shown in steps 1 to 5 in the rangoli images.
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Steps 6 to 17: Start drawing the simple rangoli Kolam with dots
Now that the dot grid is ready, we will start using these dots to create this simple rangoli Kolam. Step 6 starts with connecting the dot in the centre with another dot right below it. In the subsequent steps of rangoli Kolam, you will continue connecting these rangoli dots as shown in the images of steps 6 to 17 of how to create Kolam with dots. This phase of creating Kolam with dots will involve doing a total of 12 lines as shown in the steps.
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Steps 18 to 29: Proceeding with connecting the rangoli dots
Now that you have completed steps 6 to 17 of the Kolam rangoli, now draw another 12 lines by connecting dots as shown in steps 18 to 29.
By now your Kolam rangoli is starting to take shape. Hope you are enjoying our series on simple rangoli Kolam designs with dots. This is the 4th simple rangoli Kolam design.
Steps 30 to 52: Connecting dots with curved lines of the Kolam Rangoli
The next steps in creating this Kolam with dots is connecting the outside dots with curved lines as shown in the images of Steps 30 to 52 of Simple Rangoli Kolam Designs with Dots (5-3) 2021 – Design #4.
Steps 53 to 68 of Kolam with Dots, Design #4
See step 53 and start making a flow around the central dot of the grid as shown in the rangoli images. As shown in steps 59 to 68, we will now start filling empty space of the petals. So now we are almost at the halfway mark of creating the simple rangoli Kolam with dots.
Steps 69 to 80 of Simple Rangoli Kolam Design #4
Now that our Kolam is starting to shape up, we will now start with creating outer domes around two petals. Follow the steps 69 to 80.
Steps 81 to 94: Final Steps of Simple Rangoli Kolams Designs #14
In these final steps of drawing rangoli Kolam, we will create another 5 domes for rest of the five corners of the rangoli Kolam. After having done that, we will add radiance to the inner flower by setting three dots in each petal as shown in the steps 89 to 94.
Kolam Rangoli with Dots – Final Design
Here is the final design for you as shown in the image. You can use various rangoli colours, flowers, petals, various colour rangoli powder, diyas, grains, pulses, cereals, candles, pot-lanterns to decorate the rangoli depending upon the occasion or your choice.
Hope you enjoyed the experience of creating this rangoli Kolam with dots. For more rangoli Kolam designs with dots, check other pages.
How to make rangoli coloured powder?
You can either buy readymade rangoli powder from the market or you can make it on your own. Traditionally women used household items from the kitchen to make rangoli/muggulu/Kolam designs. Using household items, such as rice flour powder, haldi, Kumkum, gulal, spices, grains, for rangoli designing is considered auspicious.
You can use either the rice flour or salt to make the rangoli coloured powder. Take rice flour or salt in a container with lid. Add food colour and vinegar to it. Cover the container with lid and shake it well until the blend gets mixed up well. Finally spread the mixture on a clean cloth or a newspaper and let it dry.