India is multi religion country with many rituals being followed of marriages, festivals and special occasion. There are many auspicious rituals done in such occasions like lighting diyas in diwali, playing with colours in holi, decorating house with light & flowers, making rangoli, etc. Rangoli designs and patterns are considered a folk art of India. They are beautifully made on the front door, floor, courtyards, near pooja room to welcome deities & guests.
Rangoli making is thought to be auspicious & lucky for one’s family and home. This is known by different names such as alpana in west, Bengal kolam in Tamilnadu, chowk pujan in Bihar & M. P.
Let’s Discuss About Rangoli Designs and Their Types
Rangoli with Dots
In this type of Rangoli, the designs are made with the help of equal lined dots. These dots are then joined to make different patterns or shapes such as floral, square, circle, etc. Then they are filled with alluring colours to enhance the design.