Rangoli Celebrations :
Diwali is the much-awaited festival in India. Since it is believed that the Goddess Lakshmi visits the house on the festival, People clean and decorate the houses with Rangoli at the entrances and decorate it with flowers and diyas. They fill Rangolis with vibrant colors and make them beautiful. They also decorate Rangoli for Diwali with props like the water fountain, floating candles etc.
Making Rangoli :
Festive and religious spirit will get a new dimension with rangoli. Rangoli will say a lot about the family’s religious sentiments, it also tells us about the hygiene and cleanliness of the household. Rangoli tradition is getting stronger every year, however, with each passing year and festival, people are adding visual interpretations and new elements to it. However, the changing lifestyle and style of construction are changing in urban and rural areas as well, floor and ground where Rangoli pattern has to be drawn become a critical factor too. For example, the modern tile floor, linoleum and carpeted floors aren’t suitable for the making of Rangoli.
However, there is no need to worry because nothing should act as an impediment from drawing something as beautiful as a Rangoli! There are plastic stencils available in the market to make Rangoli easily. All you have to do is take color powder onto the stencil tray and lift it slowly after the filling. Yay! Your Rangoli design is ready. Just be careful while holding the tray down firmly and lift it up very gently so that the colors in Rangoli will not smudge. Rangoli sieves are available in different designs and patterns such as large and small complex and dotted. People, who are trying the Rangoli for the first time should try this. This helps you to make your Rangoli very easily within no time.
Rangoli Designs for Diwali :
Here is a beautiful collection of Rangoli designs that you can go through
Rangoli with flowers
Peacock Rangoli designs for Diwali