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  • n. a member of a formerly tribal people now living in south central India


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  • She explained kolam as a ritual done in south India where she is from by the women of the household.

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  • Doing kolam also considered an act of charity since the birds will eat the ground rice powder.

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  • Her art, print work, is based on the ritual art of kolam.

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  • Youth NGO and rightfully so, it showcased Indian culture such as traditional dances, kolam drawings etc.

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  • Penyelenggara Miss Universe dapat saja memprogramkan agar kontestan Miss Universe berpakaian swimsuit pada kegiatan lain yang tidak ada hubungannya dengan kolam renang atau panggung penjurian.

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  • I need a practicing kolam artist well versed with traditional as well as rangoli for my family wedding?

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  • Others are whitewashed with an undertone of blue, wearing a fresh kolam in front and a jasmine creeper running up to the tiled roof like the upper drape of a sari.

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  • Her biggest piece of kolam art so far is a 300 square feet Nataraja scene, its 24 three dimensional figures taking a total of ten hours to complete.

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  • It all started when Malathi was in Class 7, she created a huge kolam in school.

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