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It is one of the most popular and traditional art forms in India. In the evenings of festive occasions, when oillamps are lit, and the atmosphere is cool and pleasant, such floral designs create the atmosphere of a well-planned divine garden. It is customary for Indian women to draw decorated feet of Laxmi—The Godess of wealth approaching her door bringing in good fortune for her devote family.

Most of the rangoli designs are motifs of plants, flowers, leaves such as coconut, lotus, Mango, and ashwath (peepal leaf), the animals such as cows, elephant , and horses, and the birds like eagles and swans. There are geometrical pattern as well. When drawn with fingers, these acquire different dimensions on their own. On the right side you will find useful links of Rangoli Pattern.

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