Diwali, the most celebrated festival of the year is here and along with it, comes the colourful rituals and traditions. One such ritual is, women decorating their ‘varandas’ with colourful '#rangoli' and ‘diyas’.
‘Rangoli’ is usually made during #Diwali or Onam, Pongal, and other Hindu festivals and is believed to bring good luck to the house. This Diwali, more than ever, people are in need of strength, prosperity and good luck. If you're looking for some simple yet striking designs for your ‘rangoli’, these styles will totally blow your mind:
- Floral Rangoli: These can never get old! Generation after generations, people use pretty flowers to decorate their 'rangoli'. You can go for simple flower style, or can go all artistic abstract designs. All would look pretty with colourful flower petals in them.
2. Kolam or muggu: Usually made with rice flour, chalk, chalk powder or rock powder is popular in South Indian states. Modern times call for something different, don't they? You can go for classic kolam designs or try try something with new elements stones, shells or anything of your choice.
3. Classic Rangoli: These can never gets old. Made with rice flour and colours, these colourful rangolis have an ‘old-world’ charm about them. You pick whichever design you like and fill it with your favourite colour, and your rangoli would look absolutely beautiful.
4. Floating Rangoli: If you think drawing a rangoli is too much of a task and you want too keep things simple yet classy, then these floating rangolis are just for you..
So, did you like these 'rangoli' designs? Do tell in the comments. #