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Freehand Simple Circle Rangoli

Freehand Simple Circle Rangoli

You needn’t be maths guru for drawing these geometric shapes in our Goddess ground !!!!! Beauty of Rangolis are that you start the first curve on the blank canvas with a blank mind and your imagination will direct you with next set of design or shape to be drawn and… [Continue Reading]

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Pongal Festival Rangoli

Pongal Festival Rangoli Kolam

Pongal Rangoli Pongal is an important festival celebrated all over India though the name differs from one state to another(mainly known as Harvest Festival). In Tamilnadu, it is called as “Pongal” and it bags more holidays than any other festival celebrated. Pongal is celebrated like a series of festivals in… [Continue Reading]

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Layered Lines Rangoli

Layered Lines Auspicious Rangoli

  This is rangoli design formed by drawing several repetitive lines along the design shape in a layered form. Usually we can spot these designs in temples. Undoubtedly it bring auspicious mood and lively environment. Reserve these sort of designs for special occasions or pooja days.

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Small Swastika Design Rangoli

Small Swastika Design Rangoli

This is a simple Swastika design form surrounded with a outer circular rangoli design. It was one of the simple and neat design made recently.

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Importance of Celebrating Festivals

Importance of Celebrating Festivals In India

Festival Time – Add more joy with Rangoli Designs Festivals are essential part of our life. They are inherited from our ancient culture and there are numerous reasons behind it. Though practices and rituals associated to the festivals were evolved dramatically, it is still an important aspect in our everyday… [Continue Reading]

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Flowers and Grapes Rangoli

Flowers and Grapes Rangoli

  Flowers ‘N’ Grapes forms a Friendship This is a Rangoli design of mixed combination of different petal size flowers and grapes ( I’m calling it as Grapes becoz’ my hubby told that the circles resembles more like grapes 🙂 ) I didn’t visualize anything prior to drawing, just had… [Continue Reading]

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