Rangoli art works are long-standing folk art (or kolam or muggu), in which patterns are created on the floor using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, flower petals, colour sand and more. The base material is usually dry or wet powdered rice or dry flour, to which sindooram (vermilion), pasupu (turmeric), and other natural colours can be added. People draw rangolis as a decoration and they are known to bring good luck. There are different types of rangolis such as dotted rangolis, wooden rangolis, flower rangolis, free hand rangolis, portrait rangolis, etc. Artists make rangoli portraits by drawing the image on a brown paper with accurate facial details. Then they paste the paper on the floor and work on the rangoli. In portrait rangolis, the features of each personality are picture-perfect and resemble live portraits made using brushes and colors. Portrait rangolis are done only by professional people who excel in the art of rangolis. A skilled artist is capable of making realistic rangoli portraits. Here are some attractive rangoli designs that are a feast to the viewers eyes.