January 12, 2012 12:55 by anisha
How to make this rangoli?
First I made a four-petalled flower in the center. Gave it an inner line. Then I made a double circle around the flower. Filled the space between the two circles with stripes. Lastly I drew the leaves around the circle and striped the leaves. Finishing touches are with fresh and fragrant Malati flowers.
November 27, 2010 23:19 by anisha
Marigold, roses, pink asters and leaves make this floral rangoli.
August 27, 2010 12:20 by anisha
Time: Pre sunset, Month: December
On the road from Guwahati to Jorhat, Assam
Welcome to a view of Kaziranga National Park, a World Heritage Site, famous for the one-horned rhino
There are 3 rhinos at a distance in this photo. Try and spot at least one!
[Photo credits: Anisha Sharma]
August 18, 2010 01:24 by anisha
Plumeria, marigold and chandni flowers have been used to make this floral rangoli in an uruli full of water.
This beautiful rangoli made from dry coloured rangoli powders and flowers is from a Rangoli competition in a Chennai street.
This rangoli is made using jasmine, oleander, roses, marigolds, rice, grass and earthen lamps with wick and oil.
Daddy said: "to be happy, be like a flower which attracts butterflies, bees, lady birds and gentle people."
"A flower doesn't have to rush about in order to make friends. It remains quietly where it has grown and sweetens the air with its fragrance. "
"God gave this power to flowers and gentle people."
~ Ruskin Bond, To Live in Magic