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8 Packet Multi Rangoli Colour, Rangoli Powder (1 box) for decorate rangoli for Diwali Navratri New Year Festival.

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Rs. 80.00
SKU fk-4004
  • PACKAGE INCLUDE : 8 Packet Rangoli Colour (multi colour).
  • Weight : 100 gram per colour packet.
  • Significance: Rangoli is not just about aesthetics; it also holds cultural and spiritual significance. It is believed to welcome guests and deities into the home, ward off evil spirits, and bring good luck. The colors used often carry specific meanings. For example, red symbolizes passion and love, while yellow signifies happiness and positivity.

  • Regional Variations: Rangoli designs and colors can vary significantly from one region of India to another. Different states and communities have their own unique styles and preferences when it comes to rangoli colors and patterns.

  • Festivals and Occasions: Rangoli is an integral part of various Indian festivals and celebrations, such as Diwali, Pongal, Holi, Navratri, and more. The choice of colors and designs may vary depending on the occasion and regional traditions.

  • Traditional Materials: Traditional rangoli colors are made from natural materials, such as rice flour, turmeric, vermillion (kumkum), and various natural dyes like indigo, henna, and flower petals. These materials were readily available and symbolized prosperity and auspiciousness.
  • Artistic Expression: Rangoli is not limited to traditional patterns; it is also a form of artistic expression. Talented rangoli artists create intricate and elaborate designs, often incorporating geometric shapes, floral motifs, and religious symbols.

  • Temporary Art: One distinctive aspect of rangoli is that it is a temporary art form. Rangoli designs are typically created in the morning and erased or replaced the same day or the next. This transience reflects the impermanence of life and teaches the value of living in the present moment.