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15 Special Lord Ganpathi Picture Rangoli Designs for Ganesh Chaturthi

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Ganesh or Ganpati is one of the most revered gods among Hindus all over with the grand festival of Ganesh Chaturthi celebrated with much fervor especially in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Rangolis done during this festive season feature the elephant-headed god with his human-shaped body, rounded belly and large trunk in different styles and poses. The many pictorial representations of Lord Ganesh have various symbolic connotations to which a majority of Ganpati rangoli designs owe their inspiration.  From the vast number of designs available, we bring you our best.

Ganesh Rangoli Designs with Pictures:

Lord Ganpati Blessings Rangoli:

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This rangoli is a very vibrant picturization of Lord Ganesha in his usual posture with one hand giving his blessings and the other holding his favourite sweet, modal. The bright colour combination of red, blue, yellow and orange is a superb choice giving this rangoli design an animated look and feel.

Diyas Surrounding The Rangoli:

This rangoli is an archetype representation of Lord Ganesh done in contrasting colours of green and black to give it a shadowy effect. The most pronounced feature is his long trunk curved towards the right which represents masculinity and symbolizes the hot, fiery sun.  A touch of golden-yellow is used for the crown on his head to denote his sovereignty. The diyas surrounding the rangoli add to the overall effect.

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Awesome Lord Ganesh Rangoli:

Extremely ornate in design, this rangoli is a stunning piece of work with the creation of Lord Ganesh in the mid section designed to have a sculpted look. The brick red colour of Ganpati contrasts well with the green background that looks even more resplendent against the backdrop of marigold flower petals. The white detailing done in and around the flower itself takes this rangoli design to another level with its motif and lacework texture.

Free Hand Rangoli:

This freehand rangoli of Lord Ganesha is quite simply done yet looks attractive with the golden shade of yellow design work encircling the mid-section. The rangoli is a clear depiction of what the elephant-headed god loves the best, his favourite sweet dish. As you can see his left hand is overflowing with modals while the circular pattern encircling him is punctuated with the same.

Simple Ganesh Rangoli:

Simple in design with turquoise -coloured circular patterns encircling a royal blue base, the white outline of Lord Ganesha’s face is brought to the fore in this rangoli. The side view display of his face revealing his signature one tusk is symbolic of the prevalence of good over evil. The lit conch shell shaped diyas add their glowing touch making this rangoli pretty and meaningful.

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Latest Ganesh Rangoli:

The outlined image of ganpati with his rounded figure, small trunk and beady eyes looks unique amidst the extravagance of this rangoli. Bursting with rainbow colours and white ornamental design work, this rangoli is a beauty if not a masterpiece.

Traditional Rangoli:

This rangoli is a slight variation from the age old custom of using rice powder and other coloured powders where banana leaves been used instead to shape the image of Lord Ganesha on a base made of rice paste. Simple yet creative in design, it manages to capture the essence of a traditional rangoli.

Rangoli using Flower Petals:

Rangolis made from flower petals have gained in popularity and look magnificent on any occasion.   The weave of different coloured flower petals used for the base, flower and ganesh in this rangoli is artistic in design and extravagant in its carpeted look.

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Rangoli with Darker Shades:

This rangoli is a perfect representation of the Hindu god whose head takes the shape of an elephant. The use of yellow and pink is a vibrant colour choice that breathes life into the rangoli while the darker shades of green and red used for the headdress makes it all the more outstanding.

Lord Ganesha Rangoli Design With Theme:

Lord Ganesha is one of the most popular themes in rangoli designs and this creation clearly depicts that. Needless to say, you have to acquire immense expertise in drawing to come up with such a magnificent art.

Simple Ganesha Rangoli Design For Festive Season:

While the previous design was made by using a bright blue colour, the use of shade has been limited to earthly brown, orange and mustard yellow in this one. The rangoli is quite simple yet very much compatible with the festive season.

Wonderful Ganesha Rangoli Designs:

This rangoli is quite different from others as it makes use of a variety of decorative items apart from flower petals, coloured powder, betel leaves (paan) and diyas. However, the center of attraction is the wonderful design of Ganesha and it is perfect for making during the Ganpati festival.

Ganpati Rangoli For Kids:

This vibrant Ganpati rangoli will easily fetch the attention of kids. The design is very adorable and the colours are very charming.

Unique Ganesha Rangoli:

Here is another unique Ganesha rangoli for you. Unlike regular rangoli designs, it does not include a complete figure of Lord Ganesha, but the way it has been drawn is absolutely brilliant. It is very simple and easy-to-create.

Beautiful Ganapati Kolam Rangoli:

If you want to turn the floor of your boring living room into a striking one during the festive season, do try this beautiful rangoli. The wonderful design of Ganapati created by flower petals would change the atmosphere instantly.

Pretty Ganesh Rangoli Pattern:

It is also an exclusive rangoli in which Lord Ganesha is seen in a different look. A few interesting colours have been used right on the floor to come up with this pretty design.

Awesome Ganesh Rangoli With Blend Of Colours:

The best thing in this rangoli is the awesome blend of colours. It features only the face of Ganapati and the rest of the design is also very uncomplicated.


2 Comments

  1. kavari

    July 31, 2015 at 12:19 pm

    Very beautiful and quite unique rangoli designs, I must say. Thanks a lot for sharing these wonderful ganesha rangoli designs.

  2. bhargavi

    August 18, 2015 at 12:34 pm

    i love lord ganesh, in ganesh festival i will try these designs………….