Rangoli Designs

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Latest Rangoli Design
Rangoli Design: Aakruti Rangoli is the brainchild of Divyesh Vara who has been in the rangoli design making business for 5 years. Aakruti rangoli was formed by a group of young talented artists who create explicable rangoli designs for wedding rangoli, gala shows, hindu festivals, portrait rangoli art. Portrait rangoli using the sand painting technique is so briliantly done, that one can easily get fooled into thinking that it's a photograph.They use traditional rangoli materials and sand for creating awesome rangoli designs for...
Pulli Kolam
Pulli Kolam: It's common for Hindu women of India to decorate the entrance of their homes with pulli kolams everyday. It's kind of a ritual passed on from generation to generation. Pulli kolams are also known as dotted kolam. Based on a pre arranged dots, beautiful rangolis, sikku kolams, kolam patterns can be designed on them. The most common pulli kolams are 7 pulli kolam and 15 pulli kolam, the dots can be in a straight line or interlaced based on the complexity of the design. Begginners normally start with a 3*3 kolam and...
Rangoli Designs for Competition
Rangoli designs for competition: Rangoli is a part of Indian tradition and to make sure this art lives forever, many schools and colleges conduct rangoli competition every year. Nowadays local taluks also organize these rangoli competitions for the young and old to participate. It's never too late to learn rangoli. Have a look at our rangoli images for competition and be inspired. We have put together a collection of rangoli designs for competition which can be used for your inspiration. Rangoli competitions can be either...
Kundan Rangoli Design by Nimisha
Nimisha's kundan rangoli designs are some of the top notch designs. Semi precious stones are used to make these kundan rangolis. It's very easy to assemble these kundan rangoli designs. Celebrate Diwali, Navaratri and more festivals by using these kundan rangoli designs to decorate your homes. Some of the most popular designs are peacock, flowers, lamps, swatiska and more. First clear ohp sheets are cut into desired shapes, later semi precious stones are pasted on those sheets to make beautiful kundan rangolis. These kundan...
Rangoli Designs by Mash
Mash's kolam and rangoli designs are quite popular on the internet. Precisely designed, beautiful show of colors, intricate designs totally sum it up. Mash kolam designs is appropriate for festivals, celebrations and even for weddings. Waking up to these colorful rangoli designs is indeed a pleasure. One can find a variety of kolam designs like peacocks, star, mandalas, portrait, mythological characters and more. Rangoli designs are never complete without lamps, flowers and peacock, this we find a plenty in Mash's kolams....
Simple Rangoli Designs for Kids
Children, when all is said in done, are truly partial to innovative work and consistently need a chance to work with colours. Among drawing and painting, Rangoli making is a type of art that animates the fanciful side of a kid's mind and results in captivating manifestations. Children need a chance to enjoy inventive work and get their hands-on colours. Despite the fact that it sounds somewhat extreme, Rangoli making can really be an energizing action for kids that will be simple, fun, and pleasant as well. It additionally shows...
Shivarathri Rangoli Designs
Maha Sivaratri is a hindu festival which is most commonly celebrated in India. Every month, there is a shiva ratri and womenfolk observe fast, create shiva rangoli designs and seek blessings from Lord Shiva. The main festival for Lord Shiva is known as Maha Shivaratri. During this festival people observe fast, pray through the night with hymns and songs devoted to Lord Shiva. It's believed that Lord Shiva performs his heavenly dance on this Maha Shivaratri. Large rangoli designs for shiva ratri are displayed in public places,...
10 Traditionally cherished rangoli designs and Kolams by Sudha Balaji
Sudha Balaji is an experienced rangoli design artist from India. She is the founder of rangoli sans dots, which literally means rangoli without dots. Rangoli designs can be made with or without dots and lines. Most rangoli artists prefer freestyle rangoli designs, which allows them to explore their creativity levels. Sudha Balaji hails from a small town named Omalur near Salem, Tamil Nadu. Initially she started with rangoli designs without dots and slowly moved to kolam designs with dots due to popular demand. During festivals, lamps...
Dotted Rangoli Designs by Rathna
Dr Sree Rathna Lakshmi enjoys creating beautiful kolam and rangoli designs. Most of her kolam designs are with dots and shares a step by step procedure of creating those wonderful kolams. Following her kolam designs is very easy because of the instructions with pictures, which is easy to follow for beginners. Her rangoli designs are big and fit for festive occasions and can also be used for competition level. She is a full time doctor and kolam art is a special hobby for her. Some of her special kolam designs are : interlaced sangu...
10 Beautiful Portrait Rangoli Designs and kolams by Vijaya Sharadha
Vijaya Sharadha is a brilliant rangoli artist and palmistry specialist. Till date she has created 1000+ kolams and rangoli designs which have been shared with the entire world. Vijaya Sharadha is an ardent rangoli design expert. She hails from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. She grew up in a household, where kolam is an integral part of the culture. Everyday starts with simple or complicated rangoli designs, which are mostly created with rice flour. After her daughter's birth, she started focusing on rangoli designs, which is very close to...
Kolam Designs by Priya Nanthakumar
Priya Nanthakumar's kolam designs can be literally seen in every household in India. Kolams are an integral part of Indian culture, especially in Southern India. Waking up to carnatic music bhajan, watering the tulsi plants, decorating the front porch with beautiful kolam art is part of the culture. Priya's kolam designs range from simple to complex detailed designs. First the dots are created on the floor with rice flour and lines are connected to make knotted designs which then create the beautiful rangolis. The twists and...
Kolam Design by Kamala Corner
Kolam designs are most popular in India. It's mostly created on the floors with the help of rice flour or limestone powders. Indian states different names for kolam designs according to the native language and culture. Kolam art is known as Muggulu, Aipan, Alpana, Rangoli and more. Kolam art is created by using either dots or freehand and totally based on the designer. Kolam art with dots follow certain patterns and its mostly created using dots and lines. Flowers, diyas, peacocks are the most popular designs in rangoli art....
Rangoli Designs by Gowri Savoor
Gowri Savoor is an Indian rangoli artist. Rangolis are motifs with different colors which are traditionally used for decorating houses during festivals. She is an award winning rangoli artist. Her group and solo rangoli exhibitions have been displayed internationally. Her latest ,We speak the same language' rangoli designs have been showcased in the Christine Price Gallery , Catleton, VT in March 2020. She regularly conducts rangoli designs workshops and teaches art in educational residencies. She is open for commission works and...
Portrait Rangoli Design by Charrmi Parekh
Charrmi Mehta is a portrait rangoli designer from Ahmedabad, India. Her Jugalbandhi portait rangoli design is a celebration of life with friends. The carefree life of young children, playing on swings or trying to stealing mangoes has been beautifully portrayed by the talent portrait rangoli artist. Charrmi Mehta has a pseudo name Charmi Parekh. The portrait rangolis have warm colors which and the details are truly impeccable. It's hard to believe these are portrait rangolis since they look similar to acrylic rangolis....
Freehand Rangoli Designs by MBuradkar
Rangoli designs by MBuradkar is suitable for all festive occasions. Beautiful colors, impeccable designs are what comes to one's mind, when we take a look at these beautiful kolam designs. Flowers, mango, shell motifs are quite prominent in these rangoli designs. Rangoli designs are an integral part of Indian culture. It's quite common for rangoli/kolam artists to uses symbolic designs in there rangolis. The patterns in the kolam designs are quite easy to follow. Do try them out during this Diwali season and spread happiness....