Making rangoli is an essential thing during the festival of Diwali. The tradition of rangoli goes back to ages and it was believed that rangoli was drawn to bring good luck and prosperity in the house. Apart from Diwali, rangoli is also made during Tihar, Onam, Pongal and other Hindu festivals in the Indian subcontinent. Designs are passed from one generation to the next, keeping the art form and tradition alive.
People create rangoli on the floor using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, colored sand or flower petals. But if you want to create rangoli with flowers this Diwali, here are 10 unique designs for you to get inspired.
Welcome your guests with this spectacular flower rangoli design and leave them in awe. This rangoli is simple and yet beautiful. Arrange the flower buds beautifully and it will surely stun your guests.
The flower symbolises purity hence in temples and for auspicious occasions people make it.
Circular rangoli attracts positivity and flower symbolises purity hence in temples and for auspicious occasions people make it from flowers.
Additional Tips For Floral Rangoli Designs:
Use flower petals in place of the flower so that fewer flowers are used.
Make the outline of the design first, then fill the flowers in it so that it will look clear and vibrant.
Instead of using white flower petals use white powder for making boundary so that petals will intact in place.
You can also use colourful grains for rangoli making if flowers are not available.
Avoid the use of fan when flower rangoli is made so that petals do not go up in the air