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..
Diwali Rangoli Designs
Diwali Rangoli Designs: Akhila
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….
Some More Rangoli Designs For Diwali
Diwali Rangoli Designs, Significance of Deepavali Rangoli Patterns
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 […]
Emami’s Starmark launches special Diwali collections
Starmark which is an Emami group venture set up an exhibition to greet Diwali with almost 500 different types of diyas and candles of diverse sizes, rangolis, gifts and many more to light up the festive mood of the people. It was inaugurated on Friday in Kolkata. The Diwali special collections was launched by Kolkata based model […]
Diwali 2009 Rangoli Competition in Leicester city of UK
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 […]