Diwali 2020: Easy and quick rangoli design you must try this festive season

Diwali, the festival of lights, is known for its multicolored and beautiful rangolis, rows of diyas and lamps and sweets. Since this year's Diwali seems to be a low-key affair due to Coronavirus Pandemic, one can still have fun with their nears and dears ones. Making rangoli is an essential thing during the festival of Diwali. The Rangoli designs are passed from one generation to the next, keeping the art form and tradition alive. People create rangoli on the floor using flowers, colours, dry flour, rice and colored sand. Here are some unique designs for you to get inspired:

India TV Entertainment Desk [ Published on: November 13, 2020 15:37 IST ]
  • Happy Diwali Rangoli design  
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    Happy Diwali Rangoli design  

  • Welcome your guests with some spectacular flower rangoli design and leave them in awe. 
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    Welcome your guests with some spectacular flower rangoli design and leave them in awe. 

  • Flower Rangoli 
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    Flower Rangoli 

  • Flower Rangoli with Diyas around
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    Flower Rangoli with Diyas around

  • Flower Rangoli 
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    Flower Rangoli 

  • Make Rangoli using dry colours 
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    Make Rangoli using dry colours 

  • Dry colour Rangoli and Diyas 
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    Dry colour Rangoli and Diyas 

  • Easy and quick Rangoli design 
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    Easy and quick Rangoli design 

  • Beautiful Peacock design Rangoli 
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    Beautiful Peacock design Rangoli 

  • Rangoli made up of coloured Rice
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    Rangoli made up of coloured Rice

  • Coloured rice Rangoli  
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    Coloured rice Rangoli  

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