In Tamil Nadu it's known as Kolam, in Andhra it's known as muggulu, in Karnataka it's known as muggitu, in Rajasthan it's known as a mandana and so on. We have some easy indian rangoli designs for beginners.
Practice these easy rangoli designs from the comfort of your homes to impress your in-laws or your neighbors. If you enter any hindu house in India, you are bound to be welcomed by a rangoli design which is normally drawn with chalk powder or lime stone powder on the floor. Traditionally rice flour was used to create rangoli designs, since it can act as a food source for tiny insects and birds.
Collection of Rangoli Designs for everyday use in the front yard. These rangoli designs are simple, easy and doesn't take much time to draw. They can be drawn with dry flour in the front yard. Children can learn drawing rangoli with simple designs in this collection.
Decorate your homes and front yards everyday with different easy to draw rangoli designs in this app.
They are meant to be sacred welcoming areas for the Hindu deities. Designs are passed from one generation to the next, keeping both the art form and the tradition alive
This app has Ganesha Rangoli design, Simple Rangoli design, Sanskar Bharthi Rangoli design, Peacock Rangoli design, Poster Rangoli design, Flower Rangoli design and Dot Rangoli design.