Sankranthi or Pongal is the biggest festival in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Karntaka. Here you can find some rangoli designs for Sankranthi 2023 or Pongal 2023. Muggulu or Kolam or Rangoli designs are the popular attractions for the four-day festival. Rangoli designs are known as Muggulu in Telugu and kolam in Tamil. Some More […]
Kolam is an art form, and it is practiced by the people since ancient times, by showing their intelligence in making various colourful drawings in the floor using dry rice flour or Kola Mavu, a kind of flour. Kolam is also drawn using various kinds of colour powders. Most commonly, during mornings, we can hear […]
On Ratha Saptami day devotees draw Ratham kolam or Ratham Muggu, the Rangoli design of Surya Bhagwan’s chariot. It is drawn to welcome Surya Bhagwan for better health. In 2023, Ratha Saptami date is January 28. Ratha Saptami festival is dedicated to Surya bhagwan and the Lord is worshipped for better health and wellbeing. It […]
Pongal is a season of Rangoli (Muggulu). Women enthusistically perform the Rangoli thing. Even they participate in Rangoli competitions. Rangoli is known as Muggu in Telugu and Kolam in Tamil. Makara Sankranthi 2021 dates – Bhogi, Sankranthi, Kanuma & Mukkanuma 2021 dates Here are some Rangoli designs photos or images or pictures: few of these […]
Rangoli Designs with Dots for Sankranthi 2018 – here is a collection of dots rangoli designs for Makara Sankranti festival. In 2018, Sankranthi festivals begins on 13 January with Bhogi and ends on 16th January with Mukkanuma. Rangoli designs play a crucial part in Sankranti celebrations. Married and unmarried women draw rangoli / kolam / […]
Rangolis are considered to be one of the most performed rituals for Diwali. There are many deisgns for Diwali. Rangolis are sacred things which are designed to welcome Goddess Mahalakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Diwali 2014 date is October 23, Thursday. Scroll down for the image gallery..
Here are some diwali rangoli designs and rangoli patterns drawn by Ahila. Hindupad is Thanking for the efforts made by Miss. Akhila in this regard and we hope he and his team continues good work….
Why Rangoli designs are drawn during Diwali? What is the importance of Deepavali Rangoli patterns? Rangoli, also known as Alpana, Alpona, Aipan, Aripana or Muggu, is one of the main attractions during Diwali. It is believed that Goddess Lakshmi visits our homes during Diwali. To welcome her in a grand way, devotees draw Rangoli designs […]
How to draw Rangoli designs? Here is a step-by-step instruction PDF book designed for learning various Rangoli patterns. Directorate of Education, Government of NCT Delhi is presenting this PDF book for free download for all the enthusiasts who want to learn Rangoli designing. Rangoli, also known as Kolam in South India, Chowkpurana in Northern India, […]
Here are three Rangoli designs pictures. Rangoli is called as Kolam in Tamil, Muggu in Telugu and Alpana in Bengali.
Here are some rangoli designs and rangoli patterns drawn by Janak Chouhan. Hindupad is Thanking for the efforts made by Mr. Janak in this regard and we hope he and his team continues good work…. Scroll down for the images of Rangoli patterns by Mr Janak
Here are some Kolam designs pictures; Rangoli designs pictures, Muggulu images. These kolam designs or muggulu images or rangoli designs photos are contributed by Mrs. Deepika N Sanagala. Thanks to Mrs. Deepikaji and we want her kind contribution forever. More Rangoli Designs Pictures here
Diwali Rangoli Competitions are common in villages, towns and cities in India. But, Leicester City Council in UK will be conducting Rangoli competition to enhance the festivity of Diwali in 2009. Leicester hosts the largest celebrations for Diwali outside India. People of Indian origin live in the city in large numbers. Zeenews reports: The Leicester […]