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Colorful Rangoli Wallpaper

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Colorful Rangoli Wallpaper

Colorful Rangoli Wallpaper

Rangoli make by powder or coloured powder is very famous in India. Powder Rangoli make in Indian festivals and traditions like Diwali,Ganesh Pooja, Navaratri, Katha and so on. Powder rangoli is very simple to draw and easy step to follow for making rangoli. Rangoli, is available in distinctive structures all over India. however is known by different names in different parts of the nation. Rangoli is made in patios to welcome Hindus gods and guests,on diverse events and celebrations like Diwali, Marriages, Pooja and some more. Making Indian Rangoli is viewed as propitious and fortunate for the home and family. Many different rituals are followed in India as a means of auspicious signs such as lighting lamp in Diwali, planting Tulsi tree infront of  house etc. One of them is making Rangoli, The folk art Indian Rangoli is made on the floor at the front door. Rangoli is made in courtyards to welcome Hindus deities and guests,on different occasions and festivals like Dipawali, Marriages, Pooja and many more.

Various Rangoli types

Powder rangoli
Flower rangoli
Chalk rangoli
Pulses rangoli
Salt rangoli
Rice rangoli
Free hand rangoli

It is popular across the country and  has different names  in different states like below –
1. Kolam in Tamilnadu ,alpana in Bengal ,chowk pujan in Bihar and Madhya 2. Pradesh. Some more like below –
3. Rangoli (Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra)
4. Kolam (Tamil Nadu)
5. Aripan (Bihar)
6. Alpana (West Bengal)
7. Chowkpurana (Uttar Pradesh)
8. Muggu (Andhra Pradesh)
9. Madana (Rajasthan)
10. Aipan (Uttarakhand)

Lord Ganesha Rangoli Design

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Lord Ganesha Rangoli Design

Lord Ganesha Rangoli Design

Rangoli make by powder or coloured powder is very famous in India. Powder Rangoli make in Indian festivals and traditions like Diwali,Ganesh Pooja, Navaratri, Katha and so on. Powder rangoli is very simple to draw and easy step to follow for making rangoli. Rangoli, is available in distinctive structures all over India. however is known by different names in different parts of the nation. Rangoli is made in patios to welcome Hindus gods and guests,on diverse events and celebrations like Diwali, Marriages, Pooja and some more. Making Indian Rangoli is viewed as propitious and fortunate for the home and family. Many different rituals are followed in India as a means of auspicious signs such as lighting lamp in Diwali, planting Tulsi tree infront of  house etc. One of them is making Rangoli, The folk art Indian Rangoli is made on the floor at the front door. Rangoli is made in courtyards to welcome Hindus deities and guests,on different occasions and festivals like Dipawali, Marriages, Pooja and many more. Various Rangoli types are –

Powder rangoli
Flower rangoli
Chalk rangoli
Pulses rangoli
Salt rangoli
Rice rangoli
Free hand rangoli

It is popular across the country and  has different names  in different states like below –
1. Kolam in Tamilnadu ,alpana in Bengal ,chowk pujan in Bihar and Madhya 2. Pradesh. Some more like below –
3. Rangoli (Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra)
4. Kolam (Tamil Nadu)
5. Aripan (Bihar)
6. Alpana (West Bengal)
7. Chowkpurana (Uttar Pradesh)
8. Muggu (Andhra Pradesh)
9. Madana (Rajasthan)
10. Aipan (Uttarakhand)

Flower Rangoli Design Wallpaper

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Flower Rangoli Design Wallpaper

Flower Rangoli Design Wallpaper

The modern form of Rangoli which is made by the beautiful petals of flowers at the front door of house. The cutting edge type of Rangoli which is made by the wonderful petals of flowers at the front entryway of house. Blossom Petals Rangoli is extremely eye satisfying alongside wonderful aroma of flowers like roses ,marigolds and lotus. Amid the celebration of Onam in Kerala, its the one of the real fascination of celebration known as Onam Pookalam.

Rangoli, is available in distinctive structures all over India. however is known by different names in different parts of the nation. Rangoli is made in patios to welcome Hindus gods and guests,on diverse events and celebrations like Diwali, Marriages, Pooja and some more. Making Indian Rangoli is viewed as propitious and fortunate for the home and family. Many different rituals are followed in India as a means of auspicious signs such as lighting lamp in Diwali, planting Tulsi tree infront of  house etc. One of them is making Rangoli, The folk art Indian Rangoli is made on the floor at the front door. Rangoli is made in courtyards to welcome Hindus deities and guests,on different occasions and festivals like Dipawali, Marriages, Pooja and many more. Various types of Rangoli are –

Powder rangoli
Flower rangoli
Chalk rangoli
Pulses rangoli
Salt rangoli
Rice rangoli
Free hand rangoli

It is popular across the country and  has different names  in different states like below –
1. Kolam in Tamilnadu ,alpana in Bengal ,chowk pujan in Bihar and Madhya 2. Pradesh. Some more like below –
3. Rangoli (Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra)
4. Kolam (Tamil Nadu)
5. Aripan (Bihar)
6. Alpana (West Bengal)
7. Chowkpurana (Uttar Pradesh)
8. Muggu (Andhra Pradesh)
9. Madana (Rajasthan)
10. Aipan (Uttarakhand)

Colored Powder Rangoli Wallpaper

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Colored Powder Rangoli Wallpaper

Colored Powder Rangoli Wallpaper

Rangoli make by powder or coloured powder is very famous in India. Powder Rangoli make in Indian festivals and traditions like Diwali,Ganesh Pooja, Navaratri, Katha and so on. Powder rangoli is very simple to draw and easy step to follow for making rangoli.

Rangoli, is available in distinctive structures all over India. however is known by different names in different parts of the nation. Rangoli is made in patios to welcome Hindus gods and guests,on diverse events and celebrations like Diwali, Marriages, Pooja and some more. Making Indian Rangoli is viewed as propitious and fortunate for the home and family. Many different rituals are followed in India as a means of auspicious signs such as lighting lamp in Diwali, planting Tulsi tree infront of  house etc. One of them is making Rangoli, The folk art Indian Rangoli is made on the floor at the front door. Rangoli is made in courtyards to welcome Hindus deities and guests,on different occasions and festivals like Dipawali, Marriages, Pooja and many more.
Various Rangoli types

Powder rangoli
Flower rangoli
Chalk rangoli
Pulses rangoli
Salt rangoli
Rice rangoli
Free hand rangoli

It is popular across the country and  has different names  in different states like below –
1. Kolam in Tamilnadu ,alpana in Bengal ,chowk pujan in Bihar and Madhya 2. Pradesh. Some more like below –
3. Rangoli (Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra)
4. Kolam (Tamil Nadu)
5. Aripan (Bihar)
6. Alpana (West Bengal)
7. Chowkpurana (Uttar Pradesh)
8. Muggu (Andhra Pradesh)
9. Madana (Rajasthan)
10. Aipan (Uttarakhand)

Powder Rangoli of A Girl

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Powder Rangoli of A Girl

Powder Rangoli of A Girl

Rangoli make by powder or coloured powder is very famous in India. Powder Rangoli make in Indian festivals and traditions like Diwali,Ganesh Pooja, Navaratri, Katha and so on. Powder rangoli is very simple to draw and easy step to follow for making rangoli.

Rangoli, is available in distinctive structures all over India. however is known by different names in different parts of the nation. Rangoli is made in patios to welcome Hindus gods and guests,on diverse events and celebrations like Diwali, Marriages, Pooja and some more. Making Indian Rangoli is viewed as propitious and fortunate for the home and family. Many different rituals are followed in India as a means of auspicious signs such as lighting lamp in Diwali, planting Tulsi tree infront of  house etc. One of them is making Rangoli, The folk art Indian Rangoli is made on the floor at the front door. Rangoli is made in courtyards to welcome Hindus deities and guests,on different occasions and festivals like Dipawali, Marriages, Pooja and many more.
Various Rangoli types

Powder rangoli
Flower rangoli
Chalk rangoli
Pulses rangoli
Salt rangoli
Rice rangoli
Free hand rangoli

It is popular across the country and  has different names  in different states like below –
1. Kolam in Tamilnadu ,alpana in Bengal ,chowk pujan in Bihar and Madhya 2. Pradesh. Some more like below –
3. Rangoli (Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra)
4. Kolam (Tamil Nadu)
5. Aripan (Bihar)
6. Alpana (West Bengal)
7. Chowkpurana (Uttar Pradesh)
8. Muggu (Andhra Pradesh)
9. Madana (Rajasthan)
10. Aipan (Uttarakhand)

Powder Rangoli Lord Krishna

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Powder Rangoli Lord Krishna

Powder Rangoli Lord Krishna

Rangoli make by powder or colored powder is very famous in India. Powder Rangoli make in Indian festivals and traditions like Diwali,Ganesh Pooja, Navaratri, Katha and so on. Powder rangoli is very simple to draw and easy step to follow for making rangoli.

Rangoli, is available in distinctive structures all over India. however is known by different names in different parts of the nation. Rangoli is made in patios to welcome Hindus gods and guests,on diverse events and celebrations like Diwali, Marriages, Pooja and some more. Making Indian Rangoli is viewed as propitious and fortunate for the home and family. Many different rituals are followed in India as a means of auspicious signs such as lighting lamp in Diwali, planting Tulsi tree in front of house etc. One of them is making Rangoli, The folk art Indian Rangoli is made on the floor at the front door. Rangoli is made in courtyards to welcome Hindus deities and guests,on different occasions and festivals like Dipawali, Marriages, Pooja and many more.

 

Various Rangoli types

Powder rangoli
Flower rangoli
Chalk rangoli
Pulses rangoli
Salt rangoli
Rice rangoli
Free hand rangoli

It is popular across the country and  has different names  in different states like below –
1. Kolam in Tamilnadu ,alpana in Bengal ,chowk pujan in Bihar and Madhya 2. Pradesh. Some more like below –
3. Rangoli (Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra)
4. Kolam (Tamil Nadu)
5. Aripan (Bihar)
6. Alpana (West Bengal)
7. Chowkpurana (Uttar Pradesh)
8. Muggu (Andhra Pradesh)
9. Madana (Rajasthan)