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Here are six ideas to help you make gorgeous and easy rangoli designs this Diwali, especially if you are tired of the usual run-of-the-mill rangoli designs!
Tired of the usual run-of-the-mill rangoli designs? Or are you just bad at art? Here are six ideas to help you make gorgeous and easy rangoli designs this Diwali!
Diwali is known as a festival of lights, colours, and family. In the lead-up to Diwali, most people prepare by cleaning, renovating, and decorating their homes and offices.
They dress up in their finest clothes, light up their houses with diyas (oil lamps or candles), offer puja (worship) to Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity and wealth, light fireworks, and partake in family feasts, where mithai and gifts are shared.
As colours are a big part of every Indian festival, everyone wants to have the brightest rangoli in their houses. So take out your rangoli powder and get your creative juices flowing with these easy rangoli designs for beginners!
A YouTuber, artist and a software engineer, Poonam finds happiness in sharing her beautiful and easy rangoli designs with the world. Not only does she post pictures of the finished product on her Instagram account, she also has a YouTube channel where she provides step by step instructions so you can recreate her works at home.
Check out this big and beautiful star design for example:
Any Instagrammer knows, an aesthetically organised feed can be the key to a successful Instagram account. And with their simplistic black and white feed, the Instagram account, Rangoli by Menaka boasts of an impressive 13.4k followers.
You too can bring some aesthetic to your Diwali celebration this year. Just follow the easy rangoli designs tutorial on their YouTube channel:
This one is for the kids. Get your little ones involved with the festive preparations by having them make this simple but pretty design.
Check it out here:
Who knew that such amazing designs could be made out of something as basic as a tea strainer and some bangles?
Check out the amazing and easy rangoli designs by the lifestyle blogger and learn to make diy rangoli. This is bound to make your friends say, “Wow!”
Not all of us are blessed as natural artists. Fortunately, for those of us who failed art class in primary school, rangolicolors is here to save you! With their tutorials, they teach you easy rangoli designs using things like mosquito coils, forks and spoons!
Check out these awesome designs and learn to make these yourself from their YouTube channel:
“Rangoli makes our mind happy. It has been scientifically proven, because when different colours meet together, a beautiful design is made that brings joy to our eyes” says Jyoti Rathod owner of an Instagram account dedicated to showing off her colourful creations.
For example check out this cute design and don’t forget to browse the
channel for fun and inspiration
So which easy rangoli design will you be using this Diwali?
Picture credits: YouTube
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