Rangoli is a symbol of hope, beauty, and traditional values.
Rangoli is a colourful pattern and a unique form of art. The practice of beautifying homes on festivals includes making beautiful rangolis using colourful powders, flowers, sparkles and more. It holds a great religious and cultural significance as an auspicious welcome sign.
On Diwali, Rangoli is a medium to welcome the Goddess of wealth, Laxmi, to bless the household with prosperity.
Making Rangoli is followed as one of the most loved traditional rituals, where designs are passed on from generations keeping the art form alive. Besides bringing good luck, Rangoli brings forth a galore of happiness for all and makes your home look stunning. Floral Rangoli is one of the most popular picks when it comes to making Rangoli. Flowers are easy to spread and give a lively aura to the design. We have some creative floral rangoli ideas for Diwali that can fit in various house spaces and make your home Diwali-ready.
A grand rangoli for a grand-space is a must on Diwali. Floral extravagant rangolis are big rangolis consisting of various flowers beautifully spread in different designs. If you have a large space to fill, then a bigger rangoli with different colours should be on your Diwali to-do list.
Semi Circle Rangoli
Apartments usually have limited space when it comes to making rangoli. So, a semi-circle rangoli will help you to save space and adorn your home with a stunning floral design. Choose a perfect space around your balcony or the main door and get all those flowers decked up beautifully in a semi-circle rangoli.
Rangoli is not just about flowers and colours. You can try out a different type of rangoli using an idol or centre-piece. Make rangoli around flower pots, Ganesha idol or any other showpieces. Rangoli highlighting an object is a beautiful concept to decorate your home with lots of flowers and giving the existing decor items some attention. By this way, you can also make more than one rangoli.
If there isn’t enough space in your home for an extravagant rangoli or semi-circle rangoli, you can choose to make a corner rangoli. Corner rangolis are simple and do not require many flowers. You can light up the corners of your house with some floral decorations and set diyas to illuminate the angles.
Flowers, when combined with Diwali Diyas can create wonders. And that is what happens when you make a Floral-Diya rangoli. Diyas can charm any rangoli and bring out the beauty of the creation. But, a floral-diya rangoli will uniquely sparkle your Diwali night. Decorate your floral rangoli with lots of light lamps and candles for a lively effect.
So, these were some creative ideas to decorate your home with a gorgeous rangoli. We hope these ideas will help you to intensify Diwali fervour. Let us know about your unique rangoli ideas in the comments section below.