The Kolam tradition is a tradition of figure-drawing in Tamil Nadu. It is a folk art, which means that it has been passed down from generation to generation, and it has not been created by any one individual. The kolam tradition is based on the idea of creating images from geometric shapes such as circles, triangles, squares, and other symmetrical shapes. The kolam artist will draw with chalk or charcoal on a flat surface such as floor, a piece of paper or cardboard. The artist then uses his imagination to create an image that represents what he wants to draw. They will then color the image by adding various shades of color along with watercolor paints. This article figure out the historical and origins of traditional Kolam art of Tamil Nadu.
Kolam Art, Tamil Nadu, Imagination, Traditional Art
Akash S , Tarak Halder , Dr. J Sujathamalini "The Kolam Tradition: A Tradition of Figure-Drawing in Tamil Nadu" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 7 Issue 4 2023 Page 56-60
Akash S , Tarak Halder , Dr. J Sujathamalini "The Kolam Tradition: A Tradition of Figure-Drawing in Tamil Nadu" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 7(4)