Diwali Special Kolam Rangoli Painting Workshop

October 14 | 12PM
Doolally Taproom - Colaba
800
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About

This Diwali decorate your homes with traditional Kolam – South Indian Rangolis to bring prosperity and good luck with a lovely Workshop designed especially for the festive the season.


Kolam, which is also known as the Rangoli or Muggu, is a type of Indian folk art.


Kolams are a symbol of auspiciousness. It is Hindu belief that that the geometrical patterns & designs applied with rice flour at the entrance to a home, invites Goddess Lakshmi into the household, and drives away the evil spirits. It is mostly a South Indian tradition, practised widely in Tamilnadu. Kolams are also applied daily in the pooja room near the lamps. There are specific kolams attributed to the various deities.


The festival of lights is incomplete without a Rangoli. So, enjoy togetherness and tradition with South Indian style Rangoli this Diwali.

Inclusions - All Art Materials

A wooden Block - 9/9”
Paints
Brushes
Dots sheet
References
Marigold Flowers
Diya
Food & Beverage

Gallery

Venue

Doolally Taproom - Colaba

Ground Floor 1, Plot 75/77, Park House, Annexe, Nathalal Parikh Marg, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400005

Terms & Conditions

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