Rangoli has long been a prominent place in Indian culture on auspicious occasions. People make rangoli in their yard on festivals and auspicious occasions when they come to their homes. Rangoli is a prominent art of Indian culture.
In our country, rangoli is made to enhance the occasion and festival. Such as rangolis wishing happy Diwali and New Year in the sitting year, rangoli with artwork of Navdurga and Garba in Navratri. During the nine days of Navratri, people light different types of rangoli and light their yard.
On the occasion of Navratri and Dussehra, we have brought a collection of about 30 beautiful rangolis to draw in your yard. We have included both hard and easy rangolis in this. Hope you use this to make your festival happy.
Get easy and hard rangoli from here and make your occasion brighter:
We have included the rangolis used on the auspicious occasion of Navratri as above which you can use and prepare rangoli and share with your loved ones on social media.