‘Pookhalam’ consists of two words, ‘Poo’ means flower and ‘Kalam’ means artwork in simple words it is a unique classic, floral patterns created in front of every house on the Onam festival in Kerala, Indian and celebrated by Malayalees all over the world. Traditional Pookalam designs created in ten rings, which stand for the ten days duration of the festival. Today’s Pookalam Designs have developed away from this dogma in shape without ten rings, but all Pookalam flower designs are yet still in circular pattern. During the Onam festive season, traditionally Malayalee families all over the world decorate the entrance of their home with Pookkalam which is laid on each household during its ten festival days in Kerala, irrespective of the caste and religion waiting to welcome for the spirit of their dear King Mahabali to visit Kerala at the time of Onam. These Pookalam – Indian Floral Design for Onam Festival designs are a cultural highlight celebrating the inherent colorful floral designs.