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My colleague thought of a project whereby each team in our department is tasked to come out with a Rangoli Kolam. We downloaded the design from the internet, enlarged it and printed into 12 of almost equal sizes. Each group was supposed to use their creativity to come up with a design an, each team is [...]

When it comes to company functions, many of us want to source for a good and reliable caterer.  I know searching for caterers can be a headache, especially if you are just put in charged of this and do not know where to source for a good, honest and that cook food delicious enough to [...]

The Peacock Rangoli or Kolam located at Fahrenheit88 shopping complex was already creative enough. But when we head over to Berjaya Times Square shopping complex (you can reach there by getting down from Imbi monorail- it's just opposite the station), you can see a huge Kolam or Rangoli located right at the front entrance: The [...]

Here's wishing all celebrants a Happy Deepavali. To those driving back to hometown, please drive safely. Since there is also another public holiday this week- many are taking the entire week off. Have a great celebration and happy holidays to all. I visited Fahrenheit88 shopping complex at Bukit Bintang and was impressed by their Peacock [...]

Usually, most places would be using the real coloured uncooked rice- and then spread according to the design drawn. I've always seen shopping complex using the real original Rangoli. The danger is that you risk having the Rangoli or kolam messed up if people accidentally kick on it or if mischevious kids start playing around [...]

Below is a Rangoli or Kolam of the shape of a Peacock, an auspicious animal: The design comes in main colours of blue (peacock) in various green hues displaying its feathers in all glory. Coupled with a "Welcome" wording. Below is an entry arch decorated using a Peacock theme- suitable to be used for functions [...]

If you visit Brickfields or Little India, you can buy the fragrant sandalwood at very reasonable prices: In fact, I think it's at the lowest price: a pack with probably about 10 small cones of incense sandalwood cost about RM1.90- bought about few years ago by me. I am sure the price would not have [...]

Tucked in corners in the markets that you visit, you may find some shops selling items like rangoli colored rice, Deepavali decorations, murukku and vadee powder (to be used to prepare these delicacies). As Deepavali is nearing, these shops are also selling colored rice- they can easily make these rice from home and sell it [...]