The rangoli is the joy, positivity, and lifelines of a household and it welcomes Lakshmi the goddess of wealth, good luck, and prosperity. A Hindu household without rangoli and a clean entry is considered to be a home of bad luck.

Rangoli is an integral part of Diwali celebrations. Each year, one attempts to create a new rangoli to impress guests and especially welcome goddess Lakshmi. You can make rangoli by using colored rice, dried flour, or flower petals. Here are some unique designs that you can make this year with rice flour if you want to stick to the traditional way of making rangoli.

rangoli designs for Sankranthi are an important part of Diwali. Rangoli is a tradition that dates back to ancient times. It was believed that rangoli was used to bring luck and prosperity to the home. Rangoli is not only made during Diwali but also during Tihar, Onam, and Pongal, which are Hindu festivals in India. The art form and tradition of rangoli are passed down from generation to generation.

Here are 10 unique designs to get you inspired and brighten up your Diwali decorations.


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