Rangoli Designs – Try Making These Easy and Simple
Rangoli designs are made during festivals and other special occasions. They are made using rice flour; coloured saw dust, sand or rice. You can also draw easy and simple rangoli designs using gulaal. It is are available everywhere and come in myriad colours. Now a days you also get rangoli moulds in the market.
Rangoli designs are known as Muggu in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, and is made using chalk, chalk powder or white rock powder. Rangoli designs are called Kolam in Tamil Nadu; Mandana in Rajasthan. It’s known as Chaookpurna in Chhattisgarh; Alpana in West Bengal; Aripana in Bihar; Chowk pujan in Uttar Pradesh; and Golam kolam or kalam in Kerala.
Here are some easy and simple rangoli designs for you to try. Now, be it Sankranti, Diwali, Ganpati, Onam or Durga puja decorate your home with colourful rangoli designs.
You can make this rangoli during festivals. Draw god Ganpati in the centre and surround it with spiral patterns.
Check out this beautiful Ganpati rangoli design. This rangoli is apt for Diwali or Ganesh Puja.
Use Sanskar Bharti rangoli patterns to prepare this awesome rangoli design.
Here is a colorful, small rangoli that can be easily made by beginners.
You need to draw some nice base for your rangoli designs. Now, use a stencil to make designs on it.
Decorate your home with this flower arrangement and Swastika rangoli design on Diwali eve.
Indians love to make rangoli designs during festivals. Here is a pretty rangoli with a colorful dot in the end.
Festivals mean happiness and togetherness. Celebrate the spirit of festivals with this stunning rangoli design.
Make this Diwali rangoli design in your courtyard or living room.
Go for this simple salt rangoli design. Use different colors to layer it up.
You can make this simple round rangoli using blue, green, orange, red, and yellow colours. Make designs using rice flour to welcome deity into your house during festive season.
Make these easy floral rangoli designs in your living room. It’s a small, cute design; involve your kids to help you out. Adding some silver can make your rangoli brighter and shinier than ever.
This looks more like a painting than a rangoli. Draw flowers in different colours; add couple of leaves and your rangoli design is ready. Fill each flower in a different colour to show variety and creativity.
Combine rice flour, flower petals and coloured saw powder to make these cute rangoli designs. Make a flower in the centre and surround it with spiral designs.
Lord Ganpati rangoli design is everyone’s favourite. Here is an amazing rangoli of lord Ganpati. Use yellow colour to create the base, draw your deity over it using red and blue. This is a very cute rangoli made using primary colours.
Go for these free-hand rangoli designs. Draw seven circles and fill them up with different colours. Make patterns on them; remember to keep the patterns as simple as possible. Make standing lines, dots, V-shapes, snake trails to complete this rangoli.
This is another way of making Ganesh rangoli design. Draw lotus flowers, beetal leaves and diyas on the outer part of your rangoli. No festival can start without offering prayer to lord Ganesh; he is one of the most loved deities.
Primary colours have been beautifully used in this rangoli design. Make way for positive energy by making this rangoli at the entrance of your house. Welcome your deity and guests during festivals, make this interesting rangoli.
A perfect rangoli design! Add swastika or any other religious symbol in the centre. To make it big you can keep on adding circles and extending it further. Use sunny colours like yellow, orange and red in the centre to make a stunning design.
This is a traditional kolam made with chalk and chalk powder. First, add a bit of kumkum into the water and apply it on to the floor. Let it dry, now use chalk to make the desired pattern.
An amazing rangoli made using white and red colour. You can use any other colour of your choice. Combine it with white to make this classic design. Beautiful strokes, steady hand and lots of patience bring out such a masterpiece.
Never thought only two colours can create such a gorgeous kolam rangoli design. Just can’t get my eyes off it. The design is simple but you need to look out for all those small details that go into it.
This is a very creative rangoli made from flower petals. Use colourful petals to enhance the beauty of your flower rangoli design. Use all the colourful flowers from your garden and add vibrancy to this rangoli design.
Make three dancing girls in the centre of your rangoli. Surround it with a circular border using marigold petals. The designer square bordered tile adds to its beauty and richness of this rangoli design.
This rangoli design depicts the sun. Use orange, yellow, pink and white coloured flower petals to create this pookalam design. Light up and place diyas all round it to make this gorgeous rangoli shine along the evening.
Create impeccable rangoli designs, use rice flour and flower petals to make wonderful pookalam. Orange and yellow colour makes this design warm and welcoming.
Make this corner rangoli design for Diwali. Create a pretty yellow flower and some leaves. Place diyas near the rangoli to enhance its beauty.
Here is an easy way to make lord Ganesh rangoli design. You only have to draw thick lines to make this awesome rangoli.
Draw this small rangoli design in your home during festivals like Holi, Diwali, Dussehra or Ugadi. Use beautiful, bright colors to create this rangoli.
Take a look at this rangoli design for kids. It’s a simple flower design that can be easily made by kids.
Create an attractive blue-pink background and make simple patterns over it.
Kids can easily make this rangoli design during Diwali, Dussehra, Holi or Ganpati festival.
Here is a small design with a star pattern in the centre. Surround it with petal design.
Go for these simple rangoli designs, use lots of different colors to make it vibrant and lively.
Make a base using yellow, pink, red and green color. Draw a Swastika in the centre and easy patterns around it.