Here are 12 Beautiful Rangoli designs to try out
1. Flower and petals rangoli
If you’re looking for an easy design, then this flower rangoli is perfect for you. For this design, you would need rangoli stickers, rose petals, diyas and marigold flowers in yellow and orange colours. Put a diya in the centre and decorate with rose petals and marigold flower in a circle. Next, decorate other stickers with the petals and put the diyas on the corners of the design.
If you have a limited space to make a rangoli at home, you can try this one. For this rangoli, you would need diyas and colourful pompoms. Put a diya at the centre and make two circles of pom poms like shown. You can use double-sided tape to keep the pom-pom in place. You make more than one and get creative with this simple design.
Another popular design is the peacock rangoli. This design is all about bold and bright colours. You can make a sketch first and create borders with colours and fill in the colours.
5. Peacock feather rangoli
If trying a peacock rangoli is tough for you, you can try the peacock feather rangoli. You can use green and blue colours for this design and make the designs by using your fingers.
6. Circular patterns
One of the most common traditional rangoli is the circular pattern. This design can be made in a lot of ways. From floral patterns inside to more designs, you can experiment a lot of ways with this design.
7. Floating flower rangoli
Another way to decorate your house with rangoli and diyas is this one. You can keep a bowl of water with flowers and floating diyas. Next, you can make a rangoli design in a semi-circle around the bowl of floating diyas.
8. Corner rangoli design
If you have not much space to make a rangoli, then this triangular shape rangoli on the corners of your house is perfect. Try the semi-circle designs in the corner and you can also decorate the ends with diyas and flowers.
9. Shubh Labh rangoli design
Decorate your house with good luck signs this Diwali. From Om, Swastika to Lakshmi Padukas, there are a lot of signs you can try. You can make colourful circles and make the signs with white powder.
10. Chowk design
This design is the oldest form of rangoli in India. It is made with wheat flour, vermilion or turmeric. It is believed to be very auspicious as it pleases God and Goddess.
11. Floating rangoli design
This design is made in water with floating diyas, flowers, petals and candles. A bowl of water is kept, which is decorated with watercolours, flower petals and floating diyas.
12. Alpana rangoli
Alpana is a rangoli made with grinned paste of rice. This auspicious rangoli is made to welcome Goddess Laxmi. The rangoli is made with fingers and is one of the popular designs made by women during many Indian festivals.