Rangoli is an integral part of our Indian tradition. Colors, colorful rice, dry dough, colorful sands and flower petals are used to make different shapes and designs on floors or courtyards. Rangoli is derived from the word “Rangwali”. It is a combination of the two words “color” and Holi. Color is a celebration of color and Holi. Rangoli name is Kolam in Tamilnadu, Mandana in Rajasthan, Alpana in West Bengal, Alpana in Bihar, Magu in Andhra Pradesh, Chakrapura in Chhattisgarh, Chowk Puja in Uttar Pradesh, Kalam in Kerala and various names in different areas. Has been nominated. Expeditiously Ayodhya used to paint Rangoli for fourteen years after welcoming Lord Rama. In the Mahabharata, Gopi used to design Rangoli in his spare time.
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