Easy and Quick Rangoli Design for Diwali/Navratri

During Diwali, Goddess Lakshmi is considered to visit those houses which are well lit, so families decorate their homes. People wear their best clothes or buy new ones, gifts are given to children and exchanges through New Year’s congratulatory visits or Diwali cards. Thus, a Rangoli design has been built on the door to welcome… Continue reading Easy and Quick Rangoli Design for Diwali/Navratri

Easy and colourful Diwali special Rangoli designs

Rangoli is one of the oldest forms of art in India. They make a special significance, not just to decorate the houses. The word Rangoli is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Rang’, which means color, and ‘avali’, which means the line. So a Rangoli is basically a line of color, which is knitted in a… Continue reading Easy and colourful Diwali special Rangoli designs

Diwali Rangoli Designs: Watch Videos of 10 Awesome Rangoli Designs with Tricks

Rangoli is an Indian traditional or folk art, which is usually made on the floor on occasion of festive occasions. The word Rangoli is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Rangavalli’ and is known by different names like Kolam, Osa and Alana throughout the country. The design is designed using colorful rangoli powder, ground rice powder,… Continue reading Diwali Rangoli Designs: Watch Videos of 10 Awesome Rangoli Designs with Tricks