Friday, October 25, 2013

Diwali Rangoli Design

Diwali Rangoli Designs


Diwali Rangoli Designs of different shapes and sizes can be found anywhere in India during the time of Diwali, decorating floors and entrances of houses, rooms, streets, Offices and shopping malls. They are also very popular for other occasions and festivals such as weddings and certain holidays.

Being a century old tradition in India, it is a real art to created Rangolis in such great detail and perfection. Rangoli are usually made of coloured sand or rice or flowers which is carefully sprinkled by hand to mostly pre-drawn patterns.  However, some artists are able to create wonderful Rangoli patterns just from their memory and special idea or occasion.Diwali Rangoli, also referred to as "Kolam" is a traditional Indian art. Although several generations have already passed, as the devotees keep using the ancient symbols for the Rangoli making, the art and tradition of Diwali Rangoli has been kept and reserved.

Diwali Rangoli Materials


Diwali Rangoli are usually made of different materials like  colours, rice, flower petals and sand. There are different rangoli design patterns being used in particular every state. In Gujarat people use colour and traditional design ,In Tamil Nadu, people use Kolam etc.

Diwali Rangoli Material List:


  •  Rice
  • Colours
  • Flowers 
  • Flowers petals
  • Sand
  • Lights
  • Diya
  • Glass


Rangoli Samples:

Diwali Rangoli
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Diwali Rangoli

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