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Rangoli is an Indian traditional art form of decorating the floor with colourful patterns during festivals and special occasions. Rangoli goes by various names in many parts of India. In Tamil Nadu it's known as Kolam, in Andhra it's known as muggulu, in Karnataka it's known as muggitu, in Rajasthan it's known as a mandana and so on. It is considered auspicious to make rangoli during festivals as it is associated with bringing good luck and prosperity into the house. Besides that, creative, elegant and colourful rangoli designs also add a refreshing and beautiful look to the house.
To help you decorate your house elegantly this Diwali, we have got you covered 5 simple & easy to do Diwali designs that you must try!
Note: These designs can be easily be replicated using paints, flowers, rice flour or holi colours, depending upon your choice.