Diwali is around the corner and preparations for the auspicious festival has already begun. From gifts, outfits to cleaning the houses, Diwali has its own beauty. The five-day-long festival is celebrated across India. While the customs of the festival might differ but the essence of Diwali remains the same.
Amongst many traditions, one of the age-old traditions followed on the auspicious festival is the making of Rangoli patterns outside the houses.
It is made in different methods using different ingredients and in varying shapes, sizes and colors. And rangoli designs with dots is one of the popular and easy ways to make the art form.
To make rangoli people use rangoli powder, dry flour, rice powder, flowers, leaves, and lamps. People make dotted rangolis with white rangoli color of rice flour, both work well.
Ahead of Diwali, here’s looking at easy and simple rangoli patterns to decorate your house this Diwali:
- Semi-Circle rangoli design
- Multi-color Rangoli design
- White Dot Rangoli
- Floral Rangoli with dots