Basically, the pulses Rangoli is made by grains, mung beans, black gram, pigeon peas, Red Lentils etc. In this rangoli the border is made with Sabudana.
1) ALPANA Alpana or alpona refers to colourful motifs, sacred art or painting done with hands and paint which is mainly a paste of rice and flour on auspicious occasions in Bengal. The word Alpana is derived from the Sanskrit alimpana, which means ‘to plaster’ or ‘to coat with’. Traditionally, it was drawn by the […]
There are two primary ways to make a Rangoli:- dry and wet, referring to the materials used to create the outline and (if desired) fill that outline with colour. Using a white material like chalk, sand, paint or flour, the artist marks a centre-point on the ground and cardinal points around it, usually in a […]
Rangoli is an art form, originating in the Indian subcontinent, in which patterns are created on the floor or the ground using materials such as colord rice, dry flour, colored sand or flower petals. It is usualy made during Diwali or Tihar, Onam, Pongal and other Hindu festivals in the Indian subcontinent. Designs are passed […]
“Free hand Rangoli is a popular everyday art form that is done at home. The designs used in free rangoli is peacock,Ganpati,nature.In times of major celebration or events, they are done even bigger with a wide variety of colours and designs. Many of them convey messages that are congratulatory “.