15 Navratri Rangoli Designs that You Need to See

Easy Navratri Rangoli Designs to Try

Discover and make these gorgeous Navratri rangoli designs in your home, office, society and for rangoli competitions.

The festival of Navratri continues for nine days followed by Vijayadashmi or Dusehra. In Gujarat people gather in groups to perform dandiya or garba form of dance. Dandiyas of various colours and sizes are used for the performance. The festival is celebrated with great pomp and happiness.

Here are few easy Navratri rangoli designs to make your day!

1. Traditional Navratri Rangoli Designs

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Rupali Bhoir‎

These Navratri rangoli designs makes your senses feel that Navratri is round the corner. Against the white background the portray dancers playing dandiya, a folk dance of Gujarat. Use bright colours while detailing the traditional ‘chaniya- choli’ worn by women and ‘kediyu – kafni’ worn by the men folk. The vibrant colours will help you succeed in striking the enthusiastic note of the festival.

2. Rangoli Designs for Navratri

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Rangoli Ideas

The dandiya is generally performed at night, after the rituals. The entire area is decorated beautifully with lights and music. In this rangoli design the colour combination of maroon and yellow has created the ambience. Another eye-catching trait is the partners carved out in black and white and the portrayal of their high-spirited performance.

3. Navratri Theme Rangoli 

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Prachi Kadam‎

Look at the detailing done to the traditional outfit in this rangoli design. In this rangoli design portray a girl doing garba, which is a form of aarti to the deity. Keep the background subtle so that the colours in the outfit stand out. Decorate the rangoli with diyas thus adding light to the colours.

4. Sanskar Bharti Rangoli Designs for Navratri

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Deepali Parab-Palande

These Navratri rangoli designs are exemplary of Sanskaar Bharati patterns. Fill the concentric patterns in vibrant colours and intricate borders and designs in white. The inner circle looks like a canvass where in the dandiya performers are painted in enchanting and mesmerizing hues.

5. Durga Puja Rangoli Designs

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Barnali Kumar

Check out this beautiful ‘rangoli carpet’. You can blend the colours beautifully creating the colourful night scene. Take a look at the beautiful eyes of Goddess Durga. It looks like as if she is showering her blessings on her devotees.

6. Free Hand Rangoli Designs for Dussehra

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Dharmesh Dholariya‎

Such Navratri rangoli designs are very often seen in competitions. In this rangoli design use dark shade of brown as the background and use equally bright shades to carve out the dandiya performers. Choose the colours very carefully, if not using any subdued shade.

7. Navratri Special Rangoli Designs

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Sharif Gunda

Make this cool rangoli design to welcome Goddess Durga this year during Dussehra. Adorn it with diyas in the evening to enliven the festive feel.

8. Latest Rangoli Designs for Navratri

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Krishna Patel

This Navratri rangoli design has a touch of pookalam pattern. Make the pattern in the outer circle with flower petals and leaves. Fill the inner circle with red and yellow colour rangoli powder. Make a couple enjoying dandiya on it. Paint ice-cream stick to make them look like dandiya and decorate the rangoli with it.

9. Dussehra Rangoli Designs

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Geeta Agrawal‎

These Navratri rangoli designs are instrumental in showcasing a glimpse of Indian mythology and culture. According to our mythology Dussehra celebrates the Hindu god Rama’s victory over the demon king Ravan and the triumph of good over evil. This rangoli pattern portrays the same episode. Another striking trait is the silhouetted pattern against the yellowish orange backdrop!

10. Easy Navratri Rangoli Designs

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Anagha Ghangrekar

This Navratri rangoli design looks like a child’s work. Make this rangoli pattern at home to mark the festive mood. Use nice and bright colours to create the pattern. This is an easy rangoli and apt for beginners and kids.

11. Navratri Rangoli Designs

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Arati Gandmal‎

These wonderful Navratri rangoli designs stand instrumental in amalgamating the culture of different Indian states. Carve goddess Durga in this rangoli pattern as she is usually portrayed in West Bengal. Flank the Goddess with two dandiya performers, a folk dance form of Gujarat.

12. Navratri Rangoli Patterns

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Anjali Patil‎

You can make an outline of the pattern in chalk and then fill it with beautiful colours. This rangoli pattern gives a lot of scope for detail designing of the outfit. Buy glitter powder, shimmers and fancy mirrors from the market and put it on the attire.

13. Colourful Navratri Rangoli Designs

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Seema Kottawar

Here is an enticing rangoli pattern finished with absolute precision. Make this rangoli in your living room to enliven the zealous and enthusiastic festive temperament. This pattern showcases a blend of beautiful and vibrant hues complementing the colourful nature of the festival.

14. Creative Navratri Rangoli Designs

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Sapna Kottawar

These incredible Navratri rangoli designs reveal the aesthetic bent of human mind. Do the entire pattern using vegetables, fruits, flowers and food grains. This is a novel concept and is excellent for competitions.

15. Simple Navratri Rangoli Designs

Navratri Rangoli DesignsCourtesy of Shalaka Kabra

Here is a simple and easy to make rangoli pattern using concentric circles. Do the outline with golden glitter powder and fill the inner circles with bright rangoli powders. The dandiya and the eyes of the deity stand symbolic of the Navratri fervour.

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