Diwali 2021: Simple rangoli designs to decorate your house this festive season

Diwali, the festival of lights, is known for its multicoloured and beautiful rangolis, rows of diyas and lamps and sweets. 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 Lifestyle Desk [ Updated: November 02, 2021 16:54 IST ]
  • Diwali is just around the corner and people are gearing up to celebrate the festival of light with much fanfare. The streets are adorned with twinkling lights, houses are decked up with diyas, rangoli and there is an air of festivity all around, marking the arrival of the festival of lights-Diwali.
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    Diwali is just around the corner and people are gearing up to celebrate the festival of light with much fanfare. The streets are adorned with twinkling lights, houses are decked up with diyas, rangoli and there is an air of festivity all around, marking the arrival of the festival of lights-Diwali.

  • Along with the ethnic clothes, jewellery and preparation of traditional sweets and savouries, a big part of the celebration is making rangolis.
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    Along with the ethnic clothes, jewellery and preparation of traditional sweets and savouries, a big part of the celebration is making rangolis.

  • One of the most traditional art forms showcased during Diwali festival is Rangoli; which is drawn to bring good luck and prosperity in the house.
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    One of the most traditional art forms showcased during Diwali festival is Rangoli; which is drawn to bring good luck and prosperity in the house.

  • Rangoli has always been a symbol of religious and cultural beliefs and is believed to ward off evil. But, the most important reason for decorating rangoli outside one's home, is to welcome Goddess Lakshmi.
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    Rangoli has always been a symbol of religious and cultural beliefs and is believed to ward off evil. But, the most important reason for decorating rangoli outside one's home, is to welcome Goddess Lakshmi.

  • From flowers, peacocks, Lord Ganesha, Kalash to Radha Krishna, people decorate their flowers with endless rangoli ideas.
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    From flowers, peacocks, Lord Ganesha, Kalash to Radha Krishna, people decorate their flowers with endless rangoli ideas.

  • Diwali celebrates the triumph of good over and evil. In hindsight, it seems as though this year has been nothing short of a year of triumphs, a year where we didn't allow the consequences of the pandemic to crush our spirits.
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    Diwali celebrates the triumph of good over and evil. In hindsight, it seems as though this year has been nothing short of a year of triumphs, a year where we didn't allow the consequences of the pandemic to crush our spirits.

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