Rangoli Designs-Easy and Colourful
Here are some latest rangoli designs that you would love to make in your house. They are colourful, beautiful and easy to make. You can make these simple rangoli designs during festivals.
Women of the house make rangoli designs during Diwali, Durga Pooja, Ganesh Pooja, Sankranti, Shiv Ratri, Onam, Pongal, Kali Pooja, Laxmi Pooja, Saraswati Pooja and other Hindu festivals.
Rangoli designs are made in front of the deity in pooja room and at the entrance of the house. People also draw rangoli designs in their living room.
Take a look at our collection of some awe-inspiring rangoli designs:
Make a red and an orange circle and then draw lord Ganpati in the centre. Take white rangoli powder and make beautiful spiral designs on the edge of each circle.
To make this rangoli, make a red flower in the centre and surround it with 6 more flowers. Now, inter-connect all the flowers with leaves, fill the space with indigo colour and it’s ready.
Create this wonderful design to decorate the corners of your house. Make two big leaves on either side of the pillar. Connect them by drawing two small leaves and flowers in the centre. Draw the outline with green and fill them with purple, violet, pink, yellow, and orange colours.
This is an innovative rangoli design drawn on a piece of plank. You can carry your work and place it anywhere in the house and it’s easy to clean too. Use waste CD’s to create a flower in the centre and place candles on them. Create colourful flowers or any other design you prefer in the corners.
Go for this traditional style rangoli. Create circles and add a different pattern to each one. Draw triangle, heart and flower design. Use white powder to make patterns, fill them up with contrast colours.
You can make this square rangoli design using twenty-one dots on each side and then connecting them. Once you have connected them, fill the pattern with colours.
A masterpiece! This Shiv, Parwati and Ganesh rangoli is full of divinity. It’s like a portrait, beautifully done, thumps-up to the artist. You will need a steady hand to make this colourful, lively design.
Make this small rangoli using your fingers. Add rangoli powder and use your finger to create this design. This design is perfect for children and amatures; try making this sweet little rangoli for festivals and competitions.
This is a semi-circular rangoli which is made along the wall. Goddess Durga is drawn in the centre. After you finish, sprinkle glitter over the rangoli to give it a glittering look.
Go for this cool pattern. Mix and match colours to create this breath-taking floral rangoli design. Use dark colours, add black to do the outlining. Place diyas to make it more attractive.
Make this geometrical rangoli design. Use red, yellow, orange, green and black colours to create numerous triangles. Make swastika in the centre of your rangoli design.
Use coloured rice to make this rangoli design. Make a flower in the centre; surround it with circles and semi-circles. You can easily colour rice at home using water colour. Make sure to dry it properly before use.
You can easily draw this peacock rangoli. The flowing feathers are made with perfection using green, blue, violet, yellow and white colours.
Make a maroon base; now draw lord Ganesh on it using white rangoli powder. Decorate it with yellow colour and gold stars. Dark colour provides an appropriate base for your creations.
Try to make this gorgeous design during Diwali, Durga Pooja, Ganpati, Onam, Margazhi and other Hindu festivals. There is a warm, welcoming feel about this rangoli which makes it quite attractive.