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How to make rangoli - Diwali Rangoli is something that women enjoy doing very much and onlookers enjoy looking at. Diwali Rangoli has emerged as a professional art in India and even young girls are taking much interest in this field. Many competitions are organized on the occasion wherein these young girls and women show their talent of drawing Diwali Rangoli and win exciting prizes. This article discusses this wonderful ritual.

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  1. 1. dailybestnews.info enter keywords here... HOW TO MAKE RANGOLI HOME PRIVACY ARCHIVE How to Make Rangoli Posted by banie on Saturday, 1 October, 2011, 10:49 AM how-to-make-rangoli.png Diwali Rangoli is something that women enjoy doing very much and onlookers enjoy looking at. Diwali Rangoli has emerged as a professional art in India and even young girls are taking much interest in this field. Many competitions are organized on the occasion wherein these young girls and women show their talent of drawing Diwali Rangoli and win exciting prizes. This article discusses this wonderful ritual. Share | How to Make Rangoli Posted by banie on Saturday, 1 October, 2011, 10:49 AM The Why and How of Making Diwali Rangoli By Pooja Kumar Diwali is the festival which brings a clean- house movement along. People start cleaning houses, offices, premises, buildings, factories, shops and almost every thing prior to arrival of the festival. Premises are whitewashed and painted in attractive colours, decorated with different types of decorative items such as Torans, wall hangings, lights, laces etc. Floors are also wiped, moped and decorated with different types of Mandnas, laces, and Rangoli so that the entrances look live, elegant and welcoming to the visitors. Diwali Rangoli is something that women enjoy doing very much and onlookers enjoy looking at. Why Make Diwali Rangolis - Diwali is known as the festival which brings happiness, harmony and prosperity to the premises. It is said that the goddess of wealth MahaLaxmi visits your house to shower wealth on this day. Thus it is deemed as important that one should make all efforts to welcome the goddess hence draw Deepawali Rangoli at the door step or near entrance. In India, under its traditional Atithi Devo Bhava culture, guests are also regarded as gods. There is a trend that people visit to each others houses with family to pay respect to elders and meet everyone. Thus, Diwali Rangoli also a way to express your willingness to receive guests. It shows that you want to welcome guests and are happy to receive them, while also fetches attention and appreciation of passers by. How to Make Diwali Rangoli - Earlier, in old types of kutcha houses, women used to draw Mandnas (floral art) with white and red limestone liquid on the floor, which would last long and looked elegant. But time has changed now. You will hardly find those traditional styles of hand made Mandnas in houses now. There are new readymade stickers are available in the market, which people generally use in their pucca houses now. But the Deepawali Rangoli, which is drawn out of the house, at the side of entrance, is still made of some colour powders which is made of white stones and dyed in different colours. First outline is drawn with the
  2. 2. white powder then colours are filled in the blank spaces. Some women, who are adept at it, draw directly on floor, while others, who are not so used to of it, may use traces available in the market. You only have to sprinkle Rangoli on the tracing paper and it will be drawn on the floor dripping through the small holes. Then you can fill desired colours in it. You can also seek help from some Rangoli books available in the market. Diwali Rangoli has emerged as a professional art in India and even young girls are taking much interest in this field. They even attend special classes to learn it. Many competitions are organized on the occasion wherein these young girls and women show their talent of drawing Diwali Rangoli and win exciting prizes. GujaratGifts.com has been associated with thousands of non resident Indians for more than a decade to cater their requirement of Send Diwali Gifts to India and Diwali Sweets to India. You can also get some useful information about the festival on our site, and a very exclusive guide on Diwali Rangoli, if that is your passion. Share |    Copyright (c) 2011 dailybestnews.info. All rights reserved.

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