Here are some pretty diwali Rangoli designs which you can try at home. Diwali festival is not complete without rangolis, crackers, diyas, sweets, poojas and friendships. Each state in India celebrates Diwali according to their traditions. During Diwali, rangoli competitions are held and the best artists get rewarded with cash prizes. Many rangoli artists get together and do voluntary work for temples by decorating them with big and beautiful Diwali rangolis. Many types of materials are used for creating the Rangoli powders, the most popular is colored rice or salt. Some people use rice powder Rangoli, so birds, insects can feed on them later. It's all about giving something back to the nature in a beautiful manner. Have you participated in your local Rangoli competitions? If you haven't, it's time you signed up for them and meanwhile draw inspiration from the rangoli designs we have put together.