#orange#pink#green#rangoli#kolam#mandala#round#circle

#orange#pink#green#rangoli#kolam#mandala#round#circle

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Kathy Klein deconstructs objects of our environment and uses the parts to create unique flower circles called “danmalas”. From the sanskrit ‘dān’ meaning ‘the giver’ and ‘mālā’ meaning ‘garland of flowers’, the designs created showcase the stunning colour, texture and shape in nature and how they can be brought together to create completely new patterns.

Kathy Klein deconstructs objects of our environment and uses the parts to create unique flower circles called “danmalas”. From the sanskrit ‘dān’ meaning ‘the giver’ and ‘mālā’ meaning ‘garland of flowers’, the designs created showcase the stunning colour, texture and shape in nature and how they can be brought together to create completely new patterns.

Waldorf ~ 5th grade ~ Ancient India ~ Rangoli / Kolam ~ Morning Lesson Wake-up Form

Waldorf ~ 5th grade ~ Ancient India ~ Rangoli / Kolam ~ Morning Lesson Wake-up Form

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