Rangoli is a popular art form among Indian women. Rangoli are painted on the ground in front of houses using colored rice powder and sometimes supplemented by flower petals and other colorful materials. Rangoli is an integral part of the Hindu festivals inIndia. The age-old tradition is an attractive art which requires a high amount of common artistic sense and creativity. During Various festivals inIndiapeople like to draw various rangoli designs. There are various patterns famous inIndiaduring festive seasons. Welcome flower rangoli is very common among women during happy and religious moments.
Welcome Rangoli Made With Flowers :
Welcome flower rangoli is a beautiful sign of inviting god or goddess into house. People during festivals like to draw various colorful flowers rangoli in welcome of their deities. Flower rangoli patterns attract people easily with its charm. Diwali is the most famous festival ofIndiaand people celebrate this festival of lights and colors with rangoli art.
Women of houses make various flower rangoli patterns in welcome of goddess Laxmi in front of their door. They decorate flower rangoli with lighting lamps or diyas. Various festivals also celebrate with flower rangoli art or women. Marriage ceremonies are also famous inIndiawith rangoli making. Women of houses make various flower rangoli designs in welcome of guest.
In various parts ofIndiarangoli is known as various names such as it is famous as Alpana in Bengal, Kolam in southIndiaand as Madana in north India etc. Overall rangoli is a beautiful and very attractive art ofIndiawhich is also famous in neighbor counties ofIndia.