Indian Rangoli Designs
Rangoli is an art form from India in which patterns are created on the floor to welcome positive energy in the house. Indian rangoli designs can be made in any auspicious occasion in the family. The materials used are colored rice, dry flour, dry sand and flower petals.
Here are some beautiful Indian rangoli designs, do take a look.
The mere thought of a peacock brings in mind a medley of vibrant and natural colours. The peacock rangoli design can be made using this beauty and keeping the colours of the peacock in the mind. Give it an artistic touch to make the concept even more appealing.
This is a beautiful square-shaped traditional rangoli design. The colour combination is perfect specially the two toned colour used within the squares. The rangoli with intricately designed border marks the festive feel in the air.
Here is a very attractive modern rangoli design. The colours have been used thoughtfully thus enlivening the floral pattern. This Indian rangoli design can be made to mark any occasion of celebration.
More than a rangoli pattern this wonderful design looks like a painting. Look at the vivacious blend of natural colours. It seems like gauging the beauty of the nature through a kaleidoscope.
This again is a riot of beautiful colours! This crescent-shaped rangoli can be made in any corner of the house. The diyas placed on it are being instrumental in highlighting the pattern.
This is an amazing rangoli pattern. It looks as if the design has been embroidered on the floor. The silhouette of a woman’s face in the backdrop is an exotic concept. The black border which has been used to highlight the pattern is again a unique feature.
This beautiful scenery speaks about the end of a beautiful day. The beautiful blend of monotone of orange and black is quite mesmerising. This amazing concept is truly food to a poet’s mind.
Here is a lovely kolam pattern. Kolam is generally made in southern part of India to welcome prosperity and peace in the house. This particular kolam pattern has been decorated with diyas to mark a festive occasion.
This crescent-shaped rangoli design is simple in its appeal and it is easy to make. The pattern can be decorated with the diyas. This will definitely make the corner of your house look beautiful.
This particular rangoli can be made to welcome lord Ganpati during the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. The ink blue backdrop with the outline of the deity on it looks beautiful. The beautiful floral pattern beneath enhances its beauty.
Here is an awesome traditional rangoli design. The colour combination used in the concentric circle is beautiful and so is the lovely border in white in the inner circle. The border in the outer circle looks as if it has been set ablaze. Thanks to the fiery combination of brown and yellow.
A blend of the traditional concept of rangoli with the modern floral pattern! This design will look beautiful in the courtyard of the house. It will look beautiful when adorned with earthen diyas thus highlighting the deity in the centre.
This is a lovely Sanskar Bharti rangoli done in concentric circles. The two vibrant colours, purple and indigo are in perfect harmony with each other. Laced by the intricate border in white it gives a feel of auspiciousness.
Here is a simple easy to make rangoli design. This is a very good start for the beginners. The swastika symbol made in the centre of the rangoli gives a positive vibe to the ambience.
This rangoli design has been done in concentric circles with a beautiful combination of colours. The swastika in the centre, a symbol of prosperity and well-being, charges the ambience with positivity.
A beautiful Indian rangoli design done with such precision! Each and every colour and the contours can be identified separately. Imagine its beauty when decorated with lights.
Such an intricate kolam rangoli design! It requires years of practice for such precision. Beautiful ensemble of colours making the pattern radiant and bright.
Here is a beautiful rangoli pattern to be made in the foyer of your apartment may be to ring in the festival of Diwali. This freehand rangoli design in yellow, blue and pink color can be made for any occasion.
This is a simple rangoli design but has been decorated intricately. The fine lines looks like a lattice. It asks for lots of patience and precision to carve out such a stunning kolam rangoli design.
The symbol of swastika has been beautifully and colorfully presented in the rangoli. The design of the border is very attractive. This is a Sanskar Bharti rangoli wherein the Indian philosophy has been symbolised by the swastika.