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Diwali 2022 Rangoli Designs: Beautiful Deepavali Rangoli Patterns to Decorate your Home this Diwali

Diwali 2022 Rangoli Designs: Diwali, a celebration of lights, joy, and love, will soon be here in 2022. This event brings with it a great deal of joy, wealth, and excitement. Diwali will be observed this year on Monday, October 24, which is Amavasya (No-Moon Day). If you have been anticipating Diwali as much as we have, raise your hand! It’s time to start getting ready with Rangolis, Diyas, and fireworks with the holiday quickly approaching!

For Diwali, it’s customary in many homes to decorate the front entryway with carpets decorated with Rangoli patterns!

Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is one of the most well-known fairs in India. It commemorates the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman after conquering the evil king Ravana and ending their 14-year exile.
Homes are redecorated in the weeks leading up to Diwali festivities. New clothing and jewellery are purchased, and sweets, dry fruits, and nuts are also traded. There are fairs and carnivals organised in several regions of north India. In the weeks leading up to Diwali, people play card games all night long as a kind of gambling as well as enjoyment.

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This vibrant custom was initially started to mark the triumph of good over evil. It also has something to do with Goddess Lakshmi, who can bestow wealth onto you. According to Indian mythology, a well-decorated entrance with colourful and glittering Rangolis is an attractive element for luck and wealth. So this Diwali, let your imagination go wild by drawing inspiration from these imaginative, modern, and distinctive Rangoli designs!

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The various names for rangoli in different states of India:

  • In Uttar Pradesh, rangoli is known as Chowk Purana or Sona Rakhna
  • Bihari call rangolis Aripana
  • Gujaratis call rangoli Saathiya
  • In Rajasthan, rangoli is known as Mandana
  • In Madhya Pradesh, rangoli is known as Chowk Purna
  • In Maharashtra, rangoli is known as Rangvalli or Raangoli
  • Bengalis make rangoli with rice paste and call it Alpana
  • In Orissa, rangoli is known as Ossa
  • In Andhra Pradesh, rangoli is known as Muggu
  • Tamilians call rangoli Kolam
  • In Kerala, rangoli is known as Puvidal

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DIY rangoli – A step-by-step guide to making Diwali rangolis

  • Choose the rangoli design idea you want (small designs, basic geometric designs, flowers, Gods or Goddesses, tridents, peacock, Swastik, etc.)
  • Draw (practice) the initial sketch of your rangoli design on paper
  • Decide where you want to draw your rangoli
  • Use chalk, rice, or flour to make an outline of your chosen design on the ground (alternatively, you can also use the cutout of the paper wherein you practiced your rangoli design (or a ready-made rangoli stencil) and stick it on the floor with tape)
  • Fill in your rangoli design (leaving no open spaces) with suitable colors
  • Add your decorations
  • Voila – your DIY rangoli is ready!
  • Click a dozen pics

Diwali 2022 Rangoli Designs:


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