Diwali Rangoli Patterns and Designs By Samiksha Bahadure

Are you looking for Rangoli design for Diwali? If yes, then you have to take a look at the following rangoli designs and patterns by Samiksha Bahadure for inspiration. We hope that these Rangoli designs will serve as inspiration for your Diwali.

What is Rangoli?

Rangoli is an art which is done by Indians from ancient times. It is one of the old traditions that is all over India. Rangoli means multiple layers of the color. Generally, the Rangoli designs are drawn on the ground with the help of sand, chalk, white powder, colorful power etc. Designs fill various types of colors, flowers and glitter so that it looks more attractive.

Rangoli is a symbol of creativity. Our ancestors believed that Rangoli was prepared to welcome God at the entrance to the house and to prepare for all positive vibes after prosperity and happiness. Rangoli is a traditional Indian form of artwork where women decorate the entrance of their houses in the morning, especially during Diwali festival. It drawn using thumb and forerunner. Rangoli is also drawn as a sign of welcome to the guests at home. As it is said, ‘Athithi Devo Bhava’, which means that “guest is equal to God”. Rangoli brings pleasure and brings the artist to you.

Rangoli is really an important part of Diwali festival! People from every household get to decorate their homes with the enticing Diwali Rangoli Designs. It is often done in our mind that why do we make these colors and especially during Diwali time. Here we will tell you why this is done!

The word Rangoli is derived from the Sanskrit word “Rangavalli”. In Indian Cutler, it is believed that Rangoli receives auspicious start for any special occasion, whether it is a wedding, a festival or an ancient religious occasion. And, Diwali is celebrated on a auspicious node by making Rangoli around the house. It is done in the hope that the day will give prosperity and good luck to the family.

So we have picked these Rangoli designs and patterns with great love and care for Diwali. Hope they will help you add light and happiness to your home and life.