Rangoli is a traditional decorative folk art of India. They are decorative designs on floors of living rooms and courtyards during Hindu festivals and are meant as sacred welcoming area for the deities. The ancient symbols have been passed on through the ages, from each generation to the one that followed, thus keeping both the artform and the tradition alive. Rangoli Patterns may be known by other names in the different provinces, but they are tied together by the commonality of the use of traditional Symbols and what they signify. The purpose of Rangoli is decoration and it is thought to bring good luck. Design-depictions may also vary as they reflect traditions, folklore and practices that are unique to each area. It is traditionally done by women. Over the years, tradition has even made room for "Modern" additions, that add some "flair" to this beautiful expression. These characteristics gives it its diversity and its various dimensions. Generally, this practice is showcased during occasions such as festivals, auspicious observances, celebrations of marriages and other similar milestones and gatherings. Rangoli designs can be as simple as geometric shapes, deity impressions and flower and petal shapes that are appropriate to the given celebrations, but can become very elaborate with many people coming together to work on the designs. The base material is usually dry or wet granulated rice or dry flour, to which Sindhoor(vermillion), Haldi(tumeric) and other natural colours can be added...chemical colours are another "modern" variation. Other materials that are now used are coloured sand and even flowers and petals as in the case of Flower Rangoli's.
Rangoli is made in two ways. Dry and wet. Both a generous and is created by adding other points. The rangoli made by adding points to the first white paint on the ground in a particular size are made certain point then shaking the points is a beautiful figure takes shape. After creating the desired shape, there are full color. Freehand rangoli image is created directly on the ground. Traditional Mmandn make ocher and gray is used vertically. Rangoli colors to meet the market diversify the color can be made. Rangoli making trouble for those wanting the freedom to decorate your home Dehri 'Redimad rangoli' sticker found in the market, which desired pasting location for Rangoli patterns can be created. In addition, the market has emerged as plastic shapes but also get points, which put him on the floor putting up paint beautiful shape emerging from the ground comes. Rangoli is the practice of making these items can be used. See some of which cast the flour or colored powder that can be filled. There are small holes per sample. Slightly off the floor as they collide at certain locations Zrta colors and beautiful piece becomes manifest. Using plastic to make rangoli are also Steeansils. Wet Rangoli rice water mixed up in it Peiskara crafted. The solution to the , or Pithaar called. Use this colorful turmeric is also used to make. In addition to the market to meet colorful rangoli posters, crayons, Febrik and are made from acrylic colors.
Nowadays rangoli artists to have made even through water. For it in a tub or tank with water in stagnant water is poured and leveled. It is trying to wind or water that may not come across any other kind of momentum. Then the charcoal powder is sprinkled. Rangoli with other materials to decorate the artist. Such grand sees rangoli. on the water full of flowers and lamps with the aid of Pankhudiyoan the rangoli is made. To prevent surface water colors instead of charcoal, Disteeanpar or melt the wax is also used. are also made some ' underwater. It is filled with water in a shallow pot or tray on a saucer then Rangoli is made by putting the oil well. Later on it gently with a slight oil sprayed water at the bottom of the pot is placed. Rangoli in water due to oil spreads No. Maharashtra's Nagpur resident of Vandana Joshi has mastered making a rangoli. Rangoli making it the world's first female over the water and the 7 February 2004 by the world's largest rangoli Guinness Book of World Records have been registered in your name. The other major artist Prince to make rangoli on water are sandalwood. They Dewas Mita in 17acres (69,000 m2) of pools of water to make Rangoli Patterns on the giant worked wonders.
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