Effortless Beginner Rangoli Designs Easy and Simple
Rangoli designs are usually made in homes, offices and at special events. Get rangoli designs easy for festivals like Sankranti, Diwali, Ganpati, Dussehra, Holi and New Year.
Here is a collection of rangoli designs easy and simple. Beginners and kids can give them a try.
Make this easy Diwali rangoli design with colors at one end of the room. Draw a semi-circle using colorful rangoli powder. Now, make patterns on it and decorate it with diyas and candles in the evening.
Use red, green, pink, blue, yellow and white color to create rangoli designs easy and simple. Make this rangoli design during Indian festivals.
This is one of the easiest peacock rangoli designs I have come across. Create the pattern on the floor using lots of different color and make the outline with white. This peacock rangoli is apt for beginners and kids.
Check out the above rangoli with easy, simple patterns. Make a half circle using pink color and add leafy patterns to it. Keep the rangoli design simple and small.
Go for this easy Ganpati rangoli design. Create a flower petal design with lord Ganpati on it. Use red and yellow color to draw the deity.
Here is a nice rangoli design for kids. Make a simple flower and a bird beside it. Add some dots and a couple of leafy designs to it.
Take a look at these gorgeous, free hand Holi rangoli designs easy. You can make this rangoli in the corner of your living room or at the entrance of your house. Keep it vibrant so that it matches with the fervour of Holi.
Sanskar Bharti rangoli are the most sought after rangoli designs during the festive season. Draw a pink and a blue circle. Use stencils to draw the design in the centre. Now, draw Sanskar Bharti rangoli patterns around it.
Here is another rangoli design with Sanskar Bharti patterns on it. The red-blue combination looks stunning. Draw the dot and spiral designs on the rangoli.
Pick this mesmerizing kolam rangoli design with a flower in the centre. Add paisley designs around the flower and fill it with mesh design. Make this kolam for Sankranti, Ugadi, Dussehra, Holi or Diwali.
You can make these corner rangoli designs easy with a Swastika in the centre. Surround it with beginner’s rangoli pattern. Your children can make this rangoli design for competitions in school and college.
What a lovely rangoli design! One can easily confuse it with real flowers. Use indigo blue to create these flowers; add a bit of yellow to the centre. Then, draw leaves where ever you feel like.
Lord Ganpati is worshipped during every festival. He is the most important and popular deity of Hindus. Make god Ganpati rangoli design in this simple fashion.
Check out this traditional round rangoli design. The rangoli comprises of multi-colored circles that makes it a treat to watch. Make intricate rangoli designs in the centre and write “Wel-Come” on it.
Go for this portrait rangoli design. It looks more like a painting than a rangoli. Make a contemporary border on both sides of this modern rangoli design.