- Kolam is an Indian traditional and daily ritualistic hand drawing, using rice flour to connect dots and lines, on the threshold of a house during Brahma Muhurtham to welcome goddess Lakshmi.
- Kolam involves geometrical symmetry, precision, and 6 sets of mathematical skills-counting, identifying, measuring, designing, experimenting and explaining.
- The practice of Kolam is truly diverse and experiential and kickstarts the body’s blood circulation, improves flexibility and mobility.
You are going to learn
- Single Strokes
- Double Strokes
- Line Kolams
- Padi Kolams
- Sikku Kolams
- Freehand Kolams
- Puja Room Kolams
- Big Kolams
9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Sat & Sun
Coffee and Lunch provided
16 years and above
Tentative Start Date: 6th of January
DO’S & DON'TS:
- Participants are requested to be punctual and not roam around or loiter on campus.
- Participants are expected to come in decent attire, complying with the sanctity of the campus.
Only limited seats are available. Admissions are taken on a first-come, first-served basis.