One of the most anticipated Hindu festivals, Diwali is just around the corner. Often regarded as the ‘festival of lights’, it is celebrated with much abandon and gusto to mark the triumph of good over evil. This year, it will be celebrated on November 7. Without Rangoli, the decoration of Diwali looks like incomplete. Rangoli is not only a sign of auspicious but it also has a spiritual significance. At the same time, someone enters the house and gives positive feedback, everyone feels good. If you want to make Rangoli on Diwali then we have brought some easy designs for you. You can easily make these by looking at them.
Diwali preparations have started. The markets are also been decorated. Maa Lakshmi is welcomed by making colorful Rangoli in homes on Diwali. Making Rangoli at home is considered very auspicious on this day. It is believed that mother Lakshmi becomes very happy with making Rangoli in the house. However, the tradition of making Rangoli in Diwali is quite old. Rangoli is made from different colors on the door of the house to welcome Lordess Lakshmi on Diwali.
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Preparations for the festivities begin from days in advance. Rooms are cleaned, new clothes are worn and houses and offices are adorned with lights and brilliant rangolis.
Rangoli is a popular folk art and is known by different names in different parts of the country. In the south region of India, it is known as Kolam, while in West Bengal it is known as Alpona. There are special rangoli powders available in the market. Some also make rangoli designs with grounded rice powder, while others decorate the rangoli with candles and diyas. It is generally created near the doorstep or on the verandah/courtyard of the house.