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Sankranti Rangoli Designs – Easy and Simple
Rangoli designs are made during festivals and other special occasions. They are made using rice flour; coloured saw dust, sand or rice. You can also draw easy and simple rangoli designs using gulaal. It is are available everywhere and come in myriad colours. Now a days you also get rangoli moulds in the market too.
Rangoli designs are known as Muggu in Andhra Pradesh and Telengana, and is made using chalk, chalk powder or white rock powder. Rangoli designs are called Kolam in Tamil Nadu; Mandana in Rajasthan. It’s known as Chaookpurna in Chhattisgarh; Alpana in West Bengal; Aripana in Bihar; Chowk pujan in Uttar Pradesh; and Golam kolam or kalam in Kerala.
Here are some easy and simple rangoli designs for you to try. Now, be it Sankranti, Diwali, Ganpati, Onam or Durga puja decorate your home with colourful rangoli designs.
At the reception
make a gorgeous free hand Peacock Sankranti Rangoli Designs
. Embellish with glitter for added impact. This was in our office foyer .
and then on each floor of our office
These are Dot – to Dot Sankranti Rangoli Design. The dots are placed and then geometric designs are drawn joining the dots to make the whole rangoli. The below one has a kalash design
The Duck Sankranti Rangoli Design was also so pretty.
The same dots joined to make Sea shells – Shankh Sankranti Rangoli Design
Random flower Sankranti Rangoli Design
One to please maa lakshmi – Lotus Sankranti Rangoli Design
Parrots & flowers Sankranti Rangoli Design
Random flower Sankranti Rangoli Design again
Big Bird Sankranti Rangoli Design
Star Sankranti Rangoli Design
Flowers & Diwali diya Sankranti Rangoli Design
Cotton flower in color Sankranti Rangoli Design
lamps & flowers Sankranti Rangoli Design again
Love the simplicity of this one – Diwali lamps Sankranti Rangoli Design again
Doing a Rangoli design right takes a bit of practice, but with a steady hand and a bit of patience it can be done by anyone. We love the fact that these Rangolis can make any boring place vibrant and there are a zillion designs from which you can choose a perfect one. Use any of these designs or just use these as your inspiration and create a new designs to decorate your home.
Absolutely brilliant!! Specially the peacock!
These are beautiful. I love all the colors!
@vidya: 🙂 The ladies had them up before 7 AM!! and each design was different.
@Rose: Thank you.
The peacock is absolutely stunning… What a way to welcome employees and guests at the receptions
@Woodooz – : it was a pleasant surprise for us too. We stopped at each floor, admired their handiwork and took pics. But it was sad that a few people had already spoilt it by stepping on it.
Those looks SO beautiful! I was talking to someone about kolams and I am planning to send this link to them – enjoyed stopping by dear and look forward to coming back 🙂 Do join me on my culinary adventure – cheers, priya
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