Simple rangoli designs for diwali – Simple rangoli designs with flowers

October 15, 2017

Simple rangoli designs for Diwali – Simple rangoli designs with flowers:

With upcoming Diwali celebrations, you must be wondering which type of rangoli you will be drawing this time. Here, get all the details for simple rangoli designs for Diwali.

Most people choose to draw the difficult type of as well as bigger rangolis for their home. But choosing simpler rangoli design makes it look more beautiful.

Throughout various states of India, Rangolis are known by different names. For example, in Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra – Rangoli, in Orissa – Jhoti or Chita, in Uttarakhand – Aipan, in Bihar – Aripan, in Rajasthan – Madana, in Tamil Nadu – Kolam, in Andhra Pradesh – Muggu, in West Bengal – Aplana and many different names as per state.

Simple rangoli designs for beginners

It’s the “Festival of Lights” today,
It’s again the day of Diwali,
It’s time to dress up folks,
It’s time to adorn the thali.

Each of these states’ have traditions that women/ girls of the house draws rangoli designs during the Diwali festive season. They draw different types of rangolis made of colors, rice floor, flowers and other materials.

Saal bhar padosiyo ko bhale hi muh na dikhaye
Par diwali ke din mithayiya khane jaroor jaaye

Simple rangoli designs with flowers

Diwali is the festival of joy,
Let us welcome our prince Lord Rama
With rangoli, Diyas and Candles

Happy Diwali To You and Your Family

Diye ki roshni se sab andhera dur ho jaye,
Dua h ki jo chaho wo khusi manjur ho jaye

With gleam of Diyas
And the Echo of the Chants
May Happiness and Contentment Fill Your life
Wishing you a very happy and prosperous Diwali!

Open your doors to the footsteps of Lakshmi,
Open your mind to the wisdom of Ganesha
And open your inbox for the wishes from a friend.
Sending you loads of hugs and goodwill.
A very happy and memorable Diwali to you all!

Diwali k deepak jag-magaye apke aangan me,
Saat rang saaje es saal aap ke aangan mein..

Aaya hain yeh tyohaar kushiyan leke…..
Har kushi saaje es saal aapke aangan mein.

Roshni se ho roshan har lamha aap ka,
Har Roshni saaje es saal aapke aangan mein.

Dua hum karte hain aap salamat rahe,
Har dua saaje es saal aap ke aangan mein….!

May the holy trinity of
Shiv, Vishnu and Brahma
bless your and your family and
Laxmi fill your home with love,
peace and prosperity!
Wish you a very happy Diwali 2017!

No formal training is required to learn any rangoli designs. These traditions are passed down from generation to generation. This Diwali, make your celebrations joyous and make everyone happy.

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