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Hridaya Kamalam is a famous Rangoli design which symbolizes Goddess Lakshmi. Hence these designs are also known as Lakshmi Hrudaya and Lakshmi Hrudaya Kamalam. Hridaya means heart and Kamala means lotus flower. The lotus is the beloved flower of Goddess Lakshmi and these designs represent the heart of the Goddess.
Lakshmi Hrudaya Muggu are drawn in Puja rooms and suggested not to be drawn at doorways and entrances. The weekday Friday is considered significant for Lakshmi worship. Hence these Rangoli(s) are drawn in Puja rooms on Friday. Most Hridaya Kamalam Rangoli(s) are drawn with eight petals and drawn in white with red Kaavi border.
Hridaya Kamalam is also spelled as Hrudaya Kamalam. Hrudaya Kamalam is also drawn near to Tulasi plant and on the plank on which Ganesha Puja, Lakshmi Puja and Varalakshmi Vratham Pooja is performed. Hrudaya Kamalam is the Kolam of abundance, well-being and prosperity.