Find out more about this art form and enjoy creating your own piece of textile art to keep based on this fascinating practice.
Kōlam is a daily women’s ritualistic art form created by Tamil Hindu women throughout Tamil Nadu in south eastern India. Each day before dawn, believed to be when Brahma and all other deities descend to the earth, millions of women in the towns, villages, and cities of Tamil Nadu draw kōlam on the thresholds and floors of houses, temples, and businesses.
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