Beautiful Rangoli Designs for Diwali
Most rangoli designs for Diwali are vibrant, bright and colorful. They are made using rangoli powder, rice flour, sand, saw dust, flower, and flower petals. Rangoli designs for Diwali are made to welcome goddess Lakshmi into our home (goddess of wealth).
Diwali is a festival of lights, happiness and joy. It’s celebrated with a lot of pomp and show. People clean and decorate their home, office and shops. Hindus make rangoli designs during Diwali and put diyas on them.
You can also make these rangoli designs for Diwali during other festivals such as Ganesh Chaturthi, Durga Pooja, Sankranti, Onam, Pongal, Shivaratri, Janmashtami, Varalakshmi Vratham, and Saraswati Pooja.
Make rangoli design for Diwali that reflects the feel of this festival. Here are some pretty rangoli designs for Diwali, take a look:
Draw these flower rangoli designs for diwali. Make red and orange flower petals. Surround it with five zigzag lines. Draw beautiful patterns on them and place a diya in the centre.
Here is an elegant peacock design. Use of vibrant colors gives it a lively touch. Use rice flour to add details to your rangoli design. Make this rangoli in your living room.
Decorate your home with this neon rangoli design. Combine coral, green, blue, and yellow to create this design. This rangoli design is easy and anyone can draw it using their finger.
A creative rangoli design with two diyas! Place your diya in such a way that all their flames come together and glow as one. This also symbolizes unity in diversity. Love this theme rangoli.
Draw this awesome rangoli design with round curvy patterns during festival. Fill the inner circle with green and place diyas on it.
Apart from pooja room and the entrance of your home, you can draw rangoli designs on steps. This is definitely a creative way to beautify ones home.
This is a kolam styled rangoli, a very subtle design made using black, grey and brown. Use of these colors is quite usually when it comes to rangoli. But, this design blends each one into the other so magnificently that it will leave you amazed.
You can draw rangoli in your patio, balcony, terrace, or garden area too. Here is an innovative rangoli design to inspire you all. Draw squares in different colors and place these shapes on it instead of drawing patterns. Use old newspaper to make these shapes. Roll the newspaper, give it the desired shape and color them.
Make lord Ganpati rangoli for Diwali; his blessing will keep all kinds of obstacles at bay. Draw the deity in bright orange color, use red for shading and white for detailing. Go for triangular patterns to create the border.
Peacock is the national bird of India and is extremely attractive. This rangoli does justice to its beauty and elegance.
11. Colorful Rangoli Designs for DiwaliCourtesy of Stuti Sancheti
Intelligent use of colors can be seen in here; light blue, dark blue and indigo make the set of inner circles of the rangoli design. The middle set comprises of light pink, bright pink and magenta. And, the outermost set is made using light green, florescent green and bottle green.