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Best Rangoli Design Ideas to Brighten Up Your House

It needs a lots of creativity to make a Rangoli, however there are some simple and easy Rangoli designs which will make artistically beautiful decorations for your home. 

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Rangoli, an Indian artform. Image source: Pixabay
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  • Rangolis are an Indian form which is used to decorate houses during the festival of Diwali.
  • They are a very beautiful and elegant way of making houses look brighter.
  • There are many simple and easy Rangoli ideas which make for a very artistic decoration.

Rangoli designs for Diwali: Rangolis are a great way to decorate homes for Diwali. Among the lights and sparkles of the festival, rangolis’ simple designs make the houses look brighter and more beautiful.

And who says Rangolis are for Diwali only? There are a plethora of festivals which we celebrate in India and all can be made more beautiful by adding Rangolis into the mix.

Making Rangolis can be hard work, however Especially, when you can’t think of a design. It needs lots of creativity to make a Rangoli, however, there are some simple and easy Rangoli designs which will make artistically beautiful decorations for your home.

Here are some quick and easy Rangoli designs to help you out :

This simple Rangoli design is easy to make and with a little decoration of diyas and candles can look very beautiful.

Easy Rangoli Designs. Pixabay
Easy Rangoli Designs. Pixabay

This beautiful Rangoli made out of flowers may need a little precision, but once made, it will surely add more beauty to your house.

Beautiful Rangoli Designs.
Beautiful Rangoli Designs.

This Rangoli design with the divine ‘Om’ can be made easily, it looks good and will be made quickly.

This design is simple and can be made in a jiffy. Wikimedia Commons
This design is simple and can be made in a jiffy. Wikimedia Commons

This is the kind of Rangoli Design which will brighten up every corner of your house.

This Rangoli design is colourful and cheerful. Wikimedia Commons
This Rangoli design is colourful and cheerful. Wikimedia Commons

A square Rangoli design with diyas to make it look more pretty. Why not?

Rangoli made more beautiful with diyas. Wikimedia Commons
Rangoli made more beautiful with diyas. Wikimedia Commons

This geometrical Rangoli design is really easy to make. Add some diyas and lights to it, and it will make your house look brighter.

Geometrical Rangoli Design. Wikimedia Commons
Geometrical Rangoli Design. Wikimedia Commons

This is one of the simplest Rangoli designs which is made entirely out of flowers. Add a diya in the middle and you will be Diwali ready with the minimal efforts.

Rangoli made out of flowers. Wikimedia Commons
Rangoli made out of flowers. Wikimedia Commons

This is another easy and simple Rangoli design which is really minimalistic and requires minimum effort too.

Minimalistic style Rangoli. Pixabay
Minimalistic style Rangoli. Pixabay

This one is another simple and easy Rangoli designs which are suitable for all festivals at all times.

Rangolis are for all festivals. Pixabay
Rangolis are for all festivals. Pixabay
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Deepika Approaches Smriti Irani Against Attack on ‘Padmavati’ Rangoli

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Deepika Approaches Smriti Irani Against Attack on 'Padmavati' rangoli. Wikimedia

Surat, October 20: Actress Deepika Padukone on Wednesday urged Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani to take action against the attackers who ruined artist Karan Ks rangoli depicting a poster of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Padmavati” here.

“Absolutely heartbreaking to see the recent attack on artist Karan and his artwork! Disgusting and appalling to say the least,” Deepika tweeted, along with photographs showcasing the before and after of the “attack”.

“Who are these people? Who is responsible for their actions? For how long are we going to let this go on? Allow them to take law into their own hands and attack our freedom and right to individual expression time and again,” questioned the actress, who essays the title role in the historical drama.

Deepika then tagged Irani and wrote: “This has to stop now and action must be taken! Smriti Irani.”

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On October 15, Karan tagged Deepika on the micro-blogging site and wrote: “A crowd of 100 people cried Jai Shri Ram and rubbed out my 48 hours intense work!”

The artist also shared two photographs on social media. In one image, he can be seen making a rangoli inspired by the poster of the film, while the other shows the artwork completely vandalized by attackers.

“Padmavati” also features Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh.

In the film, Deepika plays the role of Rajput queen Padmavati, while Shahid will be seen as Maharawal Ratan Singh and Ranveer will essay the role of Alauddin Khilji.

During its production, the film witnessed many ups and downs.

Earlier this year, activists of Shri Rajput Karni Sena assaulted Bhansali and vandalized the movie’s Jaipur set over alleged distortions in the film’s script.

They were forced to move to Maharashtra to continue shooting. Still, an outdoor set of the historic period drama in Kolhapur was burnt down after two dozen unidentified people torched it.

The Shri Rajput Karni Sena has maintained it will oppose screening of the film if the facts are “distorted”.

“Padmavati”, presented by Viacom18 Motion Pictures and Bhansali Productions, is set for a December 1 release. (IANS)