Rangoli’s add the colour to your festive decorations. Almost every Indian house sports these artful paintings, greeting you as you enter it. Though they look amazing, rangolis aren’t that easy to make. They require patience and a very steady hand. Not to mention a good taste of colours and designs. These designs can vary from abstract to images of deities to any other drawings including cartoons! While most rangolis use a large amount of colour sometimes people choose to make them out of a single colour like white or red. Black is used more rarely, since rangolis are used to mark the gaiety of festivals and black is the least auspicious of all colours! Here is a list of the fifteen best colorful rangoli designs.
1. Flower Rangoli:
While most rangolis make use of coloured powders rangolis can also be made from flower petals. Shredded petals of varying colours are used. The designs can be abstract or geometric. They include concentric circles of different colours with a symbol at the very centre.
2. Rangoli With Rice, Pulses Etc:
Again, instead of flowers you can make use of the varying coloured food items like rice, pulses, spices etc. the designs mostly include geometric patterns with concentric circles ant the typical Hindu ‘satya’.
3. Rangoli Designs With Diyas:
Rangolis are most popular during the Indian festival of lights also known as Diwali. One of the major traditions of this festival is to light oiled ‘diyas’ and candles, hence the name festival of lights. So many of the Rangoli designs include images of diyas within them. Other geometric shapes like circles, triangles and squares also feature in these designs. All different kinds of colours generally play their roles too!
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4. Rangoli Design With Idol Image:
The most primary god that has been depicted by many an abstract design is Lord Ganesha. Many rangoli designs with his image as the central pattern are made all over the country. These images can be simple outlines in white or complete coloured pictures. Use your discretion to make your choice.
5. Rangoli Designs with Flowers and Burning Diyas:
Lighted diyas or fairy lights add more charm to these colorful rangolis. So get a bag of beautifully colored flowers and arrange them in nice patterns with diyas along the borders.
6. Vibrant Rangoli Designs:
Rangoli designs with bright vibrant colors are amazing to look at. Even the simple patterns when made with precision presents an excellent sight. So there is no need to choose complicated designs. Assess your ability and choose a pattern that you’ll be able to do justice to.
7. Holi Rangoli Designs:
Holi is the name for the Indian festival of colors. This festival is so called because on this day everyone gets together and play holi i.e., they play with colors by smearing them on one another. Holi Rangoli designs include props like small pots and jars with holi colors within them. These rangolis can be made from flowers or colored Rangoli powders, either way they look beautiful.
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