20 Border Rangoli Designs Photo Gallery

Border Rangoli Designs for Festivals 

Border rangoli designs are usually made at the entrance of pooja room or the house. People also make border rangoli along the exterior wall of the house.

Rangoli designs are believed to bring in good luck and positive energy into the house. They are beautiful creations that have a soothing effecting on our mind and leave us feeling happy.

Use bright vibrant rangoli colors to prepare rangoli to decorate your house. Make a nice base then add rangoli patterns on it. Pick an elaborate rangoli design if you have lots of time on hand or else go for a simple quick one.

Go through our beautiful border rangoli designs photo gallery and take your pick:

1. Simple Rangoli Designs

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Chaitali Dattaram Sawant

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Make this simple design within seconds. A bit of color and some white muggulu powder and you are done.

2. Easy Border Design

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Surekha Mengji‎

Another easy rangoli for your door. Draw wavy pattern along with some spiral ones to get this look.

3. Rangoli for Entrance

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Rasika Khair‎

Go for this blue rangoli at your doorstep. Create a peacock-blue base for your festive rangoli.

4. Flower Border Rangoli Designs

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Alpana Bendre‎

What a lovely floral design! This brings a whiff of freshness into the ambiance.

5. Rangoli Designs for Border

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Ashwini Jain

Make magenta and red flowers along with a leafy trail to decorate your house.

6. Diwali Rangoli Decor

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Rekha Choudhary

Decorate your corridor or balcony with this gorgeous rangoli design.

7. Border Kolam Rangoli

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Uma Raja

You can draw this kolam rangoli anywhere in the house. Use blue and yellow to make the background.

8. Pooja Room Kolam

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Uma Raja

Make a Swastika and a couple of swans along the wall. Decorate it with diyas.

9. Diwali Border Rangoli Designs

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Uma Raja

The artist has used pink and green to draw this cool rangoli. You can pick any two colors for your rangoli design.

10. Free Hand Kolam Rangoli

Border Rangoli Designs

Courtesy of Uma Raja

Adorn your doorstep with this awesome kolam rangoli. Use white, red, blue and yellow color to make it.

11. Latest Rangoli 

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Uma Raja

Use muggulu powder to make this rangoli pattern along the wall. Light diyas on it in the evening.

12. Border Rangoli for Sankranti

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Rashmi Ronghe Gohane

This is a perfect rangoli for Sankranti. Make kites in different color.

13. Colorful Rangoli Designs for Door

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Lakshmi Vaidhyanathan

Make a corner design along with border rangoli at the entrance.

14. Bright Colored Rangoli Designs

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Sheetal Choube Joshi

Use bright red, blue and yellow color to make this pretty rangoli.

15. Sanskar Bharti Rangoli

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Varsha Shirke Mansi Kanekar

Make this rangoli at your doorstep during Diwali, Dusehra, Sankranti or Holi. It is ideal for all occasions.

16. Staircase Rangoli Design

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Angel Marak‎

Draw this rangoli on your staircase. Make a red or purple color semi-circle with a white dot on it along with some pattern.

17. Top Border Rangoli Designs

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Vidya Sadanand Patil

You may use stencils or go freehand to make your rangoli. Get some rangoli powder and get started.

18. Rangoli for Pooja Ghar

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Swati Katke

Use your finger to draw this rangoli design in front of your pooja room.

19. Indian Rangoli Art

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Swati Katke

Place marigold flowers in between your rangoli design to make it more beautiful.

20. Beautiful Rangoli for Corridor

Border Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Swati Katke

Use flower petals and rangoli color to decorate your corridor during festivals. Love the red and blue color combo in here.

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