{Best} Diwali Rangoli Designs With Flowers, Patterns (Images, Pictures, Photos)

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Diwali Rangoli Designs / (Deepavali) Diwali Rangoli Designs With Flowers / Diwali Rangoli Designs Images / Diwali Rangoli Design Patterns Images (Photos) / Diwali Rangoli Designs PDF (Videos) :  Diwali is mainly a five days celebrated festival which begins from Dhanteras, Naraka Chaturdasi, Padva and ends on Bhai Dooj day. Diwali festival signifies the victory of light over darkness. Diwali is one of the most famous festivals of the year. Lakshmi Puja is the Puja of Lakshmi Goddess and is performed at the night during Diwali and kali for strength. People fire crackers with full of joyand buy new clothes and gifts for their family and friends. The festival of lights comes on 30th October 2016.

{Best} Diwali Rangoli Designs With Flowers, Patterns (Images, Pictures, Photos)

{Best} Diwali Rangoli Designs With Flowers, Patterns (Images, Pictures, Photos)
{Best} Diwali Rangoli Designs With Flowers, Patterns (Images, Pictures, Photos)

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On the day of Diwali, sky will be seen with full of brightness. Colors are most noticeable though in the traditional rangoli patterns that grace the entrance of every home. This article we provide you some amazing designs for your Diwali celebrations have a look. And also know about the importance of Rangoli and what each color means to. Rangoli is a very beautiful which is presented with full of colors. As the rangoli shows the sign in the way that Diwali also brings colorful joy in each and every one life. 

Rangoli is a timeless tradition that is followed all over India. Rangoli is also known as alpana, aripoma, or kolam. It is an ancient art practiced by almost all households. Most of Women in India draw rangolis on floors like presenting Diyas. And decorating the borders with flowers.  Diwali is celebrated primarily sign to  coming of the goddess Lakshmi. Prayers are offered to her  asking for her blessings in the form of wealth.

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A rangoli design is created at the entrance of the house. Not only to welcome the guests that visit but also the goddess herself. Rangoli patterns are usually made using colored chalk, rice powder, and crushed limestone. Very few people draw the Sanskar Bharati Rangoli well or know how to do even a basic design of it. And even men also shows their interest drawing rangolis some times. 

 Wishing all the viewers a Very happy And Safe Diwali……..Enjoy the festival….

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