Rangoli is considered auspicious and is created on any auspicious occasion in India. This is usually created near the door areas on the floor, because this is a sign of welcome. Kolam pattern in the Rangoli is a design which is formed combining the dots. Make this Diwali colorful with our Rangoli Kolam Ideas.
Rangoli is a part of the Indian culture and is considered as a welcoming gesture. The colors on the floor create an atmosphere of happiness, which can be used on any festival or fortunate occasion. As Diwali being an important Hindu festival, people create Rangoli designs during this festival.
The colors for the latest rangoli designs are available in the markets from 15 days or a month before the festival. One can find all the beautiful and bright colors in the market for Rangoli. People pick the colors of their choices and bring them home.
Rangoli can be in the endless creative ways. However, the traditionally it consists of the floral designs and the images or symbols of God and Goddess. Kolam designs are a form of Rangoli designs that are created by joining various dots. Basically, numbers of dots are drawn on the desired space on which one wants their Rangoli to be done. Then, the lines are drawn joining different dots, as per the design one wants to create. And, then the colors are meant to be filled in it.
The Kolam designs are very easy to create. One does not need to be a master with Rangoli to create these designs. This is a technique that even the beginners can follow. Many designs can be formed with Kolam Rangoli. A beautiful floral design can be drawn, where a number of flowers can be created by joining the dots.
The image or the symbols of the God or Goddess can be formed by this technique. The creative designs consisting geometrical shapes can be a form of Rangoli. The designs of rangoli denoting the Diyas or other emblems of the festival can too be a pick. Even the textual messages of the festival can be created with the help of Kolam.