Holi is a Hindu spring festival in India, in any case, called the "festival of colours" or the "festival of adoration". The festival means the triumph of good over wickedness, the appearance of spring, end of winter, and for some, a merry day to meet others, play and, it slips snicker's mind and pardon, and fix broken connections, and is additionally celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest. It is a tradition in numerous parts of India to make Rangoli designs to stamp Holi. Rangoli is an endless tradition that is followed all over India. Rangoli is otherwise called Alpana, Aripoma, or Kolam. It is an old occasion, drilled by practically all family units. By and large, designs are gone down through ages with some of them being several years of age. The word 'rangoli' is said to have been derived from the words 'rang' and 'aavalli' which alludes to a row of colours. Rangoli designs and colours change between different districts yet they all follow a couple of fundamental patterns. A rangoli for the most part has a geometrical structure that is likewise even. The design patterns as often as possible comprise of regular components like creatures, blossoms, etc. The rangolis here are a feast to your eyes during this spring festival.