Onam Pookalams 2017

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  1. Manisha Garg says:

    Loved the flower rangoli..will try it in the upcoming festivals

  2. Archana says:

    Beautiful.. They sequentially increase in size maintaining symmetry and continuity! Thanks for sharing!
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  3. You are right – its tough to pick one as they are all so well made with great use of colours n flowers to bring out the patterns.
    I nevy you this – I wish I could partake in such festivities whenever the ocassions calls out for it; had bought a kerala saree aeons ago while on a trip to Wayanad and never worn it to date. Damn!! I need to get it out.
    On another note, me and a bunch of friends tried o ur hardest to locate a place open in Gurgaon that was serving Sadhya food – really longed for it but didnt have much luck with it!
    I love Indian festivities and being a part of them is indeed a thing of joy – loved your tales of two cities too 😉

  4. G Angela says:

    Beautiful pictures Parul, loved the way they are decorated, so colorful – happy Onam and thanks for sharing this post 🙂

  5. Bellybytes says:

    These are really a labour of love. Thanks so much for sharing them. My girls used to make flower rangoli during Diwali but now that they’ve grown up and left home, I don’t bother with decorations any more. Perhaps I should do something outside my door this Diwali. Just for me.

  6. Rajendra says:


  7. Beautiful Pookalams. I love seeing them. Bought back childhood memories.

    Happy Onam to you! 🙂

  8. Amrita says:

    What lovely flower carpets.I have never seen such pretty ones.I loved all of them.Very talented friend you have.

  9. Beautifully designed and carved in an aesthetic manner. I agree it’s tough to pick one among the flower decorations. Happy Onam, Parul and wish you a year filled with joy and happiness.

  10. C. F. says:

    These are beautiful. Wish you a very Happy Onam! 🙂

  11. Esha says:

    Gorgeous Pookalams, Parul. Thanks for sharing these lovely floral patterns. They reminded me of my friend S who also adorns her home with these floral designs all the ten days leading up to Onam! I missed checking out her patterns this year as they recently moved house but your pics more than made up for it. 🙂

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