@dshah2538, I’m sure you’ve noticed that each of these columns is different, and it’s even kind of hard to figure out exactly what any one of them actually looks like. The structures are variable and irregular, so telling you how to make one would be sort of like telling you how to make a snowflake.
Leaving aside their specific detailed arrangement, it’s possible to say a few very general things about their construction. I mean, it’s just a bunch of more or less upright cylinders going around in a circle, with some of the cylinders leaning over. The cylinders are bound circumferentially with toroidal hoops. Frankly, it’s hard to picture many shapes easier to model than a cylinder and a torus. Are you saying you don’t know how to do that? If so, you’ve got to tell us that. Are you saying you’re not sure how to manipulate the objects with the Move and Rotate tools? If so, you’ve got to tell us that.
By asking for specific advice, such as how a torus is made or how to lean something over, you avoid the situation where you’re just asking us to figure the whole thing out for you. There’s certainly nothing wrong with seeking advice on how to go about making something, but you have to be specific.
So tell us where you’re running into trouble and we’ll try to help. (Incidentally, if you’re a stone cold beginner with SketchUp, this is not really about how to make a column but how to work SketchUp, and for that you’ve got to start at the very beginning like everyone else, not skip directly to your project.)