It's time to rejoice as the festival of colours Holi is knocking at our doors. Owing to the coronavirus pandemic, it is advised not to celebrate the festival with much crowd and safety precautions have become a mandate. However, there are still ways to make the most of the festival. You can make this Holi more colourful by drawing bright and beautiful rangolis at your doorsteps.
Rangoli is a beautiful artform with its roots in the Indian subcontinent. In many parts of the country, Rangoli designs reflect traditions, folklore, and practices that are unique to each area. Elaborate patterns are drawn on the ground using materials such as coloured rice, dry flour, coloured sand and flower petals. While drawing Rangoli can be tedious and time taking, here are 10 super easy yet beautiful rangoli designs that you can draw this Holi.
This year Holi will be celebrated on March 29 and the festival is celebrated with much fervour across the country. It marks the arrival of the spring harvest season. While this year the festivities will be affected by COVID 19 pandemic, the enthusiasm among people is only on the rise.