Rangoli is a traditional folk art which is decorated on the floor during the festive season like Diwali, Dussehra, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, Onam, Pongal and it is considered holy. Welcome the deity and repel evil forces which use happiness and prosperity. Kolam in Tamil Nadu in Tamil Nadu, Kolam in Tamil Nadu, Alpana in Maharashtra, Pukalam of Kerala, Mandana in Rajasthan, Saharan in Bihar, Arpan in Gujarat, but love as Rangoli in India. Designing specially designed to depict designs, in combination with rice flour, slurry, powder color and flower petals, geometric shapes are based on diya, Ganesha and bird pattern. In the past few years, the style of Rangoli art has changed manifold to the easily available stickers from traditional back-ring shapes, while the essence of excitement still remains in handmade designs.

Small, Easy and quick Swastik Rangoli Designs | Diwali Rangoli by Shital Mahajan

Easy Small and Quick Rangoli Design – Video Tutorial

Witnessing Indian unity in diversity in the design of Rangoli and leading the others. Make a careful, constructive and artistic journey of this luminous tradition based on the various rangoli themes, images, ingredients and patterns needed to obtain a special color rangoli.

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