Simple And Beautiful Rangoli Designs For Festive Season

Festival Of Lights Deepavali is approaching and we are getting ready for the biggest Hindu festival. The festival is celebrated with traditions and cultures and the 5 days are celebrated with lots of enthusiasm and excitement. Diwali falls on the third day and is the most important day among the others.

Diwali comes in the month of Kartik to illuminate the darkest night. Diwali is celebrated across India majorly to celebrate the homecoming of Lord Ram who is considered as the seventh avatar of Vishnu.

People have been celebrating this day since ages to mark the victory of good (Ram) over evil (Ravana). People decorate their homes with lights, diyas, rangolis and flowers. Different parts of India celebrates Diwali differently, but the theme and aim to do it are same.

To decorate the homes rangoli is an old tradition that has been followed. It is called differently in different parts of India like Muggu in Andhra Pradesh, Kolam in Tamil Nadu, Alpana in West Bengal and Sanskar Bharti in Maharashtra. The traditional rangolis have been followed as a legacy and have been passed on to generations.

Let Us Have A Look At Some Beautiful Rangoli Designs You Can Make This Diwali

1. Rangoli With Minimal Colours

Even if you have fewer colours you can still make an attractive rangoli design. The art of rangoli lies in choosing a simple design and coordinating it with vibrant colours.

 

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2. Decorate The Borders

If you don’t have a big space for your rangoli you can still make your home look decorated and colourful. Just choose border rangoli it looks elegant and can be made with many variations. You can adjust the colour palate as per availability of rangoli colours.

 

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3. Go For Free Hand Designs

You can make peacock as it is filled with colours which looks very beautiful on Diwali. You can decorate it with diyas as well. You can also try freehand circular designs with colours complementing each other. A neatly drawn rangoli with well-chosen colours looks elegant anyhow.

Peacock rangoli
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Rangoli designs
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4. TraditionalĀ  Sanskar BhartiĀ 

Maharashtra has the special tradition of making Sanskar Bharti. You fill your fingers with rangoli which has majorly white colour and the other colours are used for filling. There are specific sanskar bharti designs that people make that makes it even more authentic.

Rangoli Designs
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Rangoli
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5. Floral Rangoli

You can also make rangoli using flowers of different colours instead of going for rangoli colours. This will keep your room refreshed with the fragrance of flowers and make it look even more beautiful.

Floral Rangoli
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Floral Rangoli
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7. Plastic Rangoli

Rangoli have innovated a lot and now you can see a variety of them in the market. Plastic rangolis are one of them, they are plastic shapes decorated with beautiful kinds and all glittery stuff. They can be reused and mess-free.

Plastic Rangoli
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Plastic Rangoli
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This Diwali decorates your home with these traditional and modern rangoli designs. Fill your home with colours, joy and brightness. Happy Diwali!

Meenal Fadnavishttps://www.stackumbrella.com
I am a fervor content creator and blogger. My skills specialize in creative writing and editing. I am a very keen observer and a passionate learner.

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