Rangoli is a very “art of the moment”. This is very popular folk art. It is unbelievable that the art of Rangoli design began many centuries ago. This art of Rangoli has been changed again in many centuries. Rangoli has many religious relations all over India. In Tamil Nadu, it is known as Kolam, in Andhra Pradesh it is known as Muggulu, in Karnataka it is known as Muggitu, in Rajasthan it is known as Mandana and so on.

Traditionally this type of floor decoration was done on auspicious festivals or occasions. But today, they appreciate every occasion like marriage, festivals, birthday party, corporate work, open celebrations, and colorful competitions etc. And Diwali is one of such occasions when families from all over the country with their wonderful colorful designs Decks are – some colorful, some basic, some complex and some monochrome. Made with a variety of ingredients – special color ranges from rice rice to flowers to diyas.

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Hope this post is really useful for you. With an amazing rangoli designs by Divyesh Vara, you should try to make your Diwali more colorful.