Rangoli, an art of colors holds a great religious significance in every Indian household. It is a type of decoration drawn usually on the ground or sidewalk at the entrance of every home. Noticeable colors form a pattern/design that seems so delightful to perceive.
Rangoli is also known as Alpana, Aripoma, or Kolam and has been in practice for hundreds of years. There are households that follow the same rangoli patterns, which are passed down by their ancestors.
The word ‘Rangoli’ is derived from the words ‘Rang’ and ‘Aavalli’ referring to a row of colors. Rangoli usually follows a geometrical structure but can vary distinctively between different regions.
However, the design patterns often consist of natural elements like animals and flowers and are usually made using colored chalk, rice powder, crushed limestone, and flowers.
During Diwali, Rangoli is primarily made to seek blessing from Goddess Lakshmi. And as Diwali is around the corner, we have clumped up a beautiful collection of Rangoli designs that you will love to delineate at your entrance.
Easy Rangoli Designs For Diwali
So this was all for the list of Rangoli designs. Which one of the above-mentioned Rangoli patterns did you find the most fascinating? Let us know in the comment section below.