Diwali 2017 Rangoli Designs for Home offices Decoration amazing ideasDiwali brings jauntiness and bliss to people. Diwali is the emblem of good conviction lying in people’s heart that prevails on Earth and brings joy to their life. Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi are deeply worshiped in each and every shelter in India on this festival. It is alleged that the money Goddess (Laxmi) arrives at the home of people who worship her with full faith. Good fortunes are brought by Lord Ganesha on this festival.rangoli designs for diwali Diwali unites the people of various religions, beliefs, race, and caste. It brings back the opulence in relations and in the heart of people. The festival of lights is celebrated with tranquility and ecstasy all over the India. People exchange the gifts and good wishes quotes, messages, greetings, wallpapers etc. with each other.
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This Diwali, make a beautiful rangoli at your door step. Here are some stunning rangoli designs to get you started
Amongst the various Rangoli patterns and designs, the most popular being Rangoli with flowers, petals, lotus blossom or having other simple geometric shapes. Rangolis often depict peacocks or Hindu deities such as Ganesha, Laxmi or Rama. Diya Lamps and religious symbols of Hinduism such as Swastika and Om can be found inside the Rangoli images as well. In many cities of India, Rangoli competitions take place around the time of Diwali.
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In the state of Tamil Nadu in South-India where people celebrate 'Deepavali' rather than 'Diwali', the Rangoli is called 'Kolam'. Kolams are often described as not being as colorful as Rangoli, but the opposite can be true. Other Indian states use different names again (i.e. Pookkalam in Kerala during Onam).
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