It’s believed that the designs of Rangoli were started many centuries ago. Rangoli designs are made during special occasions and festivals. In old age, these designs are made using rice flour; colored sawdust, rice or colored sand. You can also draw easy and simple rangoli designs using gulaal. It is available everywhere and come in myriad colors. Now a day you also get Rangoli models in the market.
Here are some easy and simple Rangoli patterns for you to try. Check it now and decorate your home with colorful Rangoli designs on Sankranti, Diwali, Ganpati, Onam or Durga Puja, Holi and any other festivals, weddings or occasions.
Rangoli is the old custom of India. Each part of the country has its own style or way of doing Rangoli and also it goes by different names in many parts of India. As in Andhra it’s known as muggulu, Karnataka it’s known as muggitu, Rajasthan it’s known as a mandana, Tamil Nadu it’s known as Kolam, west Bengal it’s known as Alpana, Maharashtra it’s known as a Rangavalli and so on.
The extremely popular Rangoli designs or patterns are of different types. It includes free hand Rangoli designs, flower Rangoli , peacock Rangoli design, dots Rangoli designs, Ganesha Rangoli and much more. These designs are full of colors and brightness. You can also add diyas to add brightness and give a different look to these designs.
Rangoli is generally designed as a means of decoration and practiced by women. These designs are made to welcome the deities during various festivals. These designs are easy to make and takes hardly two or three hours.