ANJURAN PERSATUAN BAHASA TAMIL
TARIKH : 5 JULAI 2014
MASA : 9.00 PAGI
TEMPAT : DEWAN SMK METHODIST PARIT BUNTAR
Kolam (kõlaṁ) is a form of painting that is drawn by using rice powder/chalk/chalk powder/white rock powder often using naturally/synthetically colored powders in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and most parts of Kerala and some parts of Goa, Maharashtra, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and a few other Asian countries. A Kolam is a geometrical line drawing composed of curved loops, drawn around a grid pattern of dots. In South India, it is widely practised by female Hindu family members in front of their homes. Kolams are regionally known by different names in India, Raangolee in Maharashtra, Hase and Raongoli in Kannada in Karnataka, Muggulu in Andhra Pradesh, etc., More complex Kolams are drawn and colors are often added during holiday occasions and special events.