Happy Diwali 2016 Rangoli Designs: The festival of lights has just arrived and the celebration of this season is already been started from the day of Dhanteras. This festival consists of five day-long celebrations.
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As per the Hindu calendar in the month of Ashwin, it is the thirteen lunar day of Krishna Paksha. The most beautiful part of this festival is cleanliness and decoration. The traditional way of decoration is rangoli making at the entrance of house and workplace.
Apart from this, the festival as already mentioned above that it start with Dhanteras and then Naraka Chaturdashi, Padva, and end with Bhaiya Dooj day. Diwali signifies that the light will always win over darkness. Diwali is the word which is derived from “Deepavali”, a Sanskrit word with meaning “a series of lights”.
Rangoli, the beautiful part of the festival is a temporary decoration made with the help of white sand and some colours. The pattern of rangolis mainly include designs of flowers, gods, or lights. These are drawn at the entrance of house and workplace for welcoming the Goddess Lakshmi to bring prosperity and good luck.
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The most principle ingredients for Rangoli is powders. Nowadays, these powders have been developed a lot with the advanced technology of the modern era. You will require coloured powder, white powder, a tea filter, oil, a board, glittering powder and mirrors. These are the basics requirements for the preparation of Rangoli.
Rangoli in another word is an art of coloured sand. With first sight of anyone, it looks stunning and drives attention of everyone. If you are planning to make rangoli this Diwali then don’t worry, here is the video which will guide you step by step.
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