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Diwali is the festival of gifts and lights. In this festivity all Indians throughout the world, celebrate the traditionalism of our culture; whether it is the adornment of the house, getting dressed, worshipping goddesses or giving gifts. Diwali is that only carnival where we not only provide gifts to our near and dear ones, but at the same time receiving them as well and in this gift exchanging procedure somehow we are going to lose our culture and conventionality because of some new-age modern presentations.
Diwali Rangoli is a very famous tradition of our culture which basically gets noticed during this Diwali festival where several Indian women embellish their house with huge and colourful rangoli. Some astonishing led diyas are specifically manufactured to place into those rangoli which increase the lustre of that rangoli more outstandingly!
Here are some famous themes for Diwali rangoli and Rangoli Competition
Dotted Rangoli Designs
Free Hand Rangoli Designs
Flower Petals Rangoli Designs
Alpana Rangoli Designs
Wooden Rangoli Designs
Floating Rangoli Designs
Glass Rangoli Designs
Sanskar Rangoli Designs
Peacock Rangoli Designs
Portrait Rangoli Designs
God Rangoli Designs
Awesome Rangoli Designs to Add More Festivities to Your Diwali Celebrations
Rangoli has been an integral part of the Indian tradition for centuries. It’s a custom in many parts of the country to make Rangolis on auspicious or religious occasions. Making a Rangoli has been a rich heritage that has been passing through the generations, with senior members of a family teaching how to make Rangolis to the younger people. Rangolis can have a diverse range of designs and patterns and they add color and vivacity to any festival. Diwali is round the corner, and if you want to adorn your house with colorful Rangolis this Diwali, we are here to help you.
We can offer you a wide range of Rangoli Designs that can meet your purpose of decorating your home with a traditional value. You can choose from different designs that can be appealing and meet the aesthetic requirements of your Diwali Celebrations. We have classified all Rangolis into symmetric designs and round edge designs. Symmetric designs can have a variety of attractive patterns and can symbolically present the growth and prosperity. On the other hand, the round edge designs will have rounded ends that signify peace and love.
If you don’t know how to prepare a Rangoli and which are the materials required for creating a Rangoli, our Rangolis are just for you. You can simply choose from any of these designs and can imprint the Rangoli at a desired place in your house. We have plenty of designs, including flowers, leaves, trees, banana plants, fruit and animal shapes, Kalash with coconut, and other geometrical and non-geometrical patterns. There is no need to consult design books and magazines to get the best and traditional Rangoli Patterns for your Diwali celebrations. We have special designs that you can use in Diwali and other occasions.
In many parts of India, Diwali is the biggest festival and the celebration lasts for several days. The celebration of Diwali will become manifold with colorful Rangolis that are also a symbol of good luck and auspiciousness. In this festival of lights, you too can show your traditional colors with a wide variety of Rangoli ideas that we have gathered from different sources. With our Rangoli art, you can easily decorate the floors of your homes and can impress your guests. It will bring a sacred feeling and will increase the joy of celebrations with your family and friends.
We have exclusive designs that you can use to decorate your doorways. These Rangolis will welcome your guests and will also help express your happiness and joy of inviting them on this auspicious occasion. You can choose Rangolis of different sizes that can be suitably used to decorate floors of different dimensions. We also have large size Rangolis that you can use to decorate the street, leading to your house.
Creating Rangolis generally requires a lot of efforts. Many women have their expertise in making Rangolis in the traditional manner and they have inherited this art of Rangoli making from their ancestors. Different materials are used for drawing and coloring, which give shape to an impressive Rangoli. However, our Rangolis are readymade and you need not to make rigorous efforts to decorate your house with beautiful Rangolis.
If you are willing to decorate your house in the traditional style this Diwali, Rangolis are the must-to-have elements to achieve that conventional style and décor. You just need to clean your floors and choose from a range of Rangoli styles available with us. Without making any extra effort, your house floors will be adorned with a variety of colorful patterns that will help spread the happiness and the joy of festivity.