Rangoli plays an main role in every Hindu festival. The word ‘Rangoli’ is take from the Sanskrit word ‘Rangavalli’, which is a combination of the two words ‘rang’ and ‘avalli’. ‘Rang’ means the color and ‘avali’ are from lines and rows. Traditional art form is a symbol of good fortune and prosperity and different names in different states- Rangoli in Maharashtra, Kolam in Tamil Nadu, Muggulu  in Andhra Pradesh, Chaookpurna in Chhattisgarh and Alpana in Bengal and Assam. Traditionally, Rangoli designs were made using crushed limestone and rice flour and natural colors, today synthetic colors and chalk powder have also been added to the list.

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Kolams are often decorated with flowers and designs. Each color has a special significance, white is a symbol of coolness and purity, a symbol of red strength, yellow is a symbol of prosperity, green represents harmony, orange sacrifice and blue sign indicates. Here are some amazingly easy colorful designs that you can try this festive season.

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