Rangoli is an Indian traditional or folk art, which is generally created on the floor on festive occasions. The word Rangoli is derived from Sanskrit word ‘Rangavalli’ and is known by different names across the country such as Kolam, Ossa and Alpona. The design is created using colored rangoli powders, ground rice powder, flowers and diyas. You can also use sand, rice powder, red brick powder, dry flour, flowers, or petals.
Are you also planning to make rangolis for Diwali? Here are 6 beautiful and easy designs for you.
Using Cello tape
If you’re looking for an easy design, then this rangoli is perfect for you. For this you’ll need a cello tape only. Don’t believe me? Check out this video
Using Cloth Hangers
Another easy design to decorate your house. You can make this rangoli by using 2 regular cloth hangers.
For this design, you would need food plates only. Wow! So simple right? The vibrant colors make this a beautiful rangoli.
Using Basket, Fork And Tea Cups
If you have not much space to make a big rangoli, then this beautiful rangoli on the corners of your house is perfect.
Rangolis become really difficult for the people who are new and unprofessional. For them here is a video of rangoli designs using stencils.
For making this rangoli you can use spoon and rangoli powders. This design suits any part of the house.
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