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25 Best Pongal Kolam Rangoli Designs In India – 2021


Shalu B

Updated At  03 Apr 21



Are you looking for the best Pongal Kolam rangoli designs?

India is home to many different and vibrant cultures. Each such culture has its own traditions and festivals to celebrate. Yet, there is one festival which is celebrated with equal enthusiasm. It is the harvest festival, a festival where farmers come together to celebrate their good harvest and show their gratitude to the Mother Nature.

What is celebrated in a major part of North India as Makar Sankranti is celebrated as Uttarayan in Gujarat, Lohri in Punjab and as Pongal in Tamil Nadu.

Pongal is a 4-day long harvest festival. Each of these four days has a specific significance. Pongal also marks the beginning of the Tamil month of Thai. This month is also called the month of weddings.

Pongal is incomplete without a Pongal kolam. A Kolam is a form of rangoli which is made by using rice flour, chalk, rock powder and colored powders. It is considered an auspicious practice to draw beautiful kolams as part of Pongal festivities.

Gear up for the next Pongal with the 25 best Pongal kolam rangoli designs that we have shortlisted for you.

         

25 Best Pongal Kolam Rangoli Designs

       

Floral Pink Pongal kolam Rangoli Design

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1) Floral Pink Pongal Kolam Rangoli Design

The floral design in pink and the mesh network in white is this Pongal kolam’s USP. The lit earthen diyas add another dimension to the overall beauty of this Pongal kolam rangoli design.

    


Pretty In Blue

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2) Pretty In Blue

We can’t get enough of the meshed Pongal kolam designs. This is yet another one with multiple colors and the usual mesh design in white. Add diyas and see an instant beautification of your Pongal kolam.

     

The Peacock Pongal Kolam

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3) The Peacock Pongal Kolam

If you check out Indian traditional rangoli images, you will find that peacocks have been a common design for rangoli making. So, why not in a Pongal kolam? This Pongal kolam rangoli design is an excellent example of symmetry and beauty. The use of colors is impeccable. The white design made with chalk powder complements the vibrant colors.

     


Fire Pongal Kolam Rangoli

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4) Fire Pongal Kolam Rangoli

The first day of Pongal is called Boghi. As a part of first day festivities, useless household articles are thrown in fire. That is why, you will see a lot of Pongal kolam designs with the fire element. In this particular Pongal kolam rangoli design, the element of fire has been depicted. This is a simple and easy design with direct relevance to the rituals.

      

Rice To The Sun

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5) Rice To The Sun

The second day of Pongal begins with the cooking of rice in milk in an earthen pot to be offered to the Sun god. Turmeric plant is tied around the pot. Other offerings include two sugarcanes, and bananas and coconuts kept in a dish. From cooking rice to making the offering, this ceremony takes place in an outdoor setting.

This Pongal kolam rangoli design contains the image of rice being cooked in an earthen pot. The two sugarcane offering has also been depicted. Everything surrounded by big beautiful flowers and leaves. What caught our attention was the sun half hidden in a cloud.

      


Sun Pongal Kolam Rangoli

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6) The Sun God Rangoli Design

This is a very simple and easy to do Pongal kolam rangoli design. It merely consists of an outline of the sun which is later filled with colorful powder and also some facial details. Instead of a bright yellow, ochre is used which gives this Pongal kolam its unique muted looks. The addition of flowers and coconut just adds to its beauty.

      

Fun With Sun Pongal Kolam Rangoli

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7) Fun With Sun And Colors

This south Indian rangoli kolam is once again a depiction of the second day of Pongal. The use of blue color is eye catchy. This Pongal kolam rangoli design very beautifully shows the rice pot laid over the sun along with the two sugarcanes.

     


Pongal Rangoli Design With Festival Details

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8) Pongal Rangoli Design With Festival Details

The third day marks the day of the cows and the bulls. They are decorated with beads, bells and flower garlands. They are fed with the Pongal rice and are taken trace other cattle. This Pongal kolam rangoli design is very colorful and is a beautiful depiction of all the Pongal festivities from the cooking of rice to the decorated cow. The use of vibrant colors makes this Pongal kolam stand out.

      

Decorated-Cattle

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9) Decorated Cattle

This Pongal kolam only shows a cow decorated with a flower garland. The flowers add a dose of color to this Pongal kolam rangoli design. However, it is the wheat which caught our fancy.

      


Pongal Rangoli Design Which Summarizes All Days

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10) Pongal Rangoli Design Which Summarizes All Days

Here is a Pongal kolam design with which you can go all in. With the fire from day 1, the sun god and his offerings from day 2, a cow’s head to mark day3, and the traditionally dressed people, this is truly a beautiful Pongal kolam. This Indian rangoli kolam would definitely require time and skills.

     

Pongal Rangoli Design With Dots

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11) Pongal Kolam Rangoli Designs With Dots

This is one of the most elegant examples of a Pongal rangoli design with dots. Such designs are made with the help of dots. They range from simple to the most intricate. This one here looks tricky. The sun in the center is an ode to the Pongal rituals. The use of red and yellow throughout makes this Pongal kolam look attractive.

     


Rangoli Kolam Design - Mesh With Colors

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12) Rangoli Kolam Design - Mesh With Colors

This is a south Indian rangoli kolam design—the perfect blend of white with other colors. The floral motif in the center, the symmetrical paisley design and the mesh design made in white looks very aesthetical. The shade of pink used is pleasing to the eye.

         

Pongal Kolam Rangoli Design – For Beginners

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13) Pongal Kolam Rangoli Design – For Beginners

We liked this Pongal kolam rangoli design made from chalk because of its simplicity. This can be a beginner’s guide to Pongal rangoli designs with dots. It does not have a clean finish and that is what necessary to show that you don’t have to be an artist to make a pongal kolam. Anybody can make it based on the level of their skills. The use of red makes this kolam pop out.

       


Pongal Kolam Rangoli Design With Peacock Feathers

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14) Pongal Kolam Rangoli Design With Peacock Feathers

This Pongal kolam rangoli design has used muted shades of purple, green, pink and red. The sun in the center is surrounded by rice earthen pots and a cow’s head. The details made in white makes this Pongal kolam stand out. Another impressive feature is the peacock feathers.

      

Rice On a Flower Bed

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15) Rice On A Flower Bed

The beauty of this Pongal kolam is in the use of different colors. The earthen pot with rice is an ode to the festival’s rituals. The white detailing adds definition to this Pongal kolam rangoli design.

     


Spirit Of The People

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16) Spirit Of The People

This Pongal kolam rangoli design depicts the spirit of the people celebrating Pongal. This is a Pongal kolam which shows a woman making a Pongal kolam. How crazy is that! This design is so far the best depiction of Pongal celebrations.

       

The Big Doodle

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17) The Big Doodle

Pongal kolam rangoli designs with dots are usually simple like this Pongal kolam rangoli design. It is by far the easiest and simplest Pongal kolam design with dots. Its beauty is in its simplicity. The pink and yellow flowers add a pop of color to this Pongal kolam.

      


The Color Blast

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18) The Color Blast

Different shades of the same colors are used to make this Pongal kolam rangoli design which makes it a visual treat. Everything looks perfectly beautiful. The red and yellow sun on the top (not in picture) gives a contrasting effect to the blue rice pot.

        

The Dot Design Of The Next Level

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19) The Dot Design Of The Next Level

This is one of the Pongal rangoli designs with dots in color. The various elements including the rice in earthen pots, cow’s head, kites, and sugarcanes are put together in a symmetrical design. Once you get the hang of it, you too can make such a Pongal kolam rangoli design with dots.

      


Floral Pongal Kolam

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20) Floral Pongal Kolam

This Pongal kolam rangoli design is made with the help of floral petals as well as colored powders. If you look carefully, the center of this Pongal kolam can be taken to depict the sun god. We absolutely love this floral take on the sun god and the offerings made to him.

      

Simple Beauty

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21) Simple Beauty

Another one of the simplest Pongal rangoli designs with dots. This all white design is made even more beautiful by adding colorful flowers in the mix. Though it is the water lily which is an attention-grabber.

      


white-beauty

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22) White Beauty Rangoli Design

Enough with the pop of colors. This is a plain, white and simple Pongal kolam rangoli design made with dots. It looks easy and believe is actually easy to make.

        

Dots-on-the-top-rangoli-design

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23) Dots On The Top

This is colorful take on the Pongal kolam rangoli designs made with dots. The outlines with white add definition to this Pongal kolam. The white is so effortlessly complementing the colors

        


The Subtle Dots Rangoli Design

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24) The Subtle Dots Rangoli Design

It is yet another one of the Pongal kolam rangoli designs with dots. The trio of brown, yellow and white goes hand in hand in this beautiful Pongal kolam.

          

Dotted Flowers

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25) Dotted Flowers

For last, we have kept this dotted marvel. Did you know you can make flowers using dots? Well, now you do. This very symmetrical Pongal kolam rangoli design is made with dots. Look at the decorations on the earthen pots. Aren’t they just so perfect? What we like here is the clever use of the brown floor so as to give a shaded effect to the earthen pots.

          

       

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