Navaratri, which means nine nights (ratris), is one of the important festivals in India and Nepal and it is celebrated with a lot of fan fare. Navaratri is celebrated on two occasions in India in one year. Chaitra Navratri, which is celebrated for the first time in March to April and Sharad Navaratri, which is celebrated in the month of September to October. Navaratri festival includes fasting, various recipes, dance and reproduction of prayers.
According to Hindu mythology, Navaratri is celebrated to mark the navel, Lord Shiva allowed his wife Devi Durga to meet her mother. It is believed that Goddess Durga takes nine different forms during these nine days and blesses them on earth. During the first three days, Goddess takes the form of Durga, after three days of Lakshmi and then in the last three days takes the form of Saraswati.
Each Navaratri day is also associated with a different color. In this post we bring you a bouquet of 11 Rangolis design collection every day of the celebration of that special day. All these rangoli have been contributed by Megha Amol. Feel free to create them again and share on Facebook page.
All are amazing rangoli! This is all I can say about these kolam rangoli design. Hope you liked our collection and are all set to make rangoli designs for Navaratri.