Muggulu(Rangoli) has long been a prominent place in Indian culture on auspicious occasions. People make rangoli in their yard in festivals and on auspicious occasions when they come to their homes. Rangoli is a prominent art of Indian culture.
What is bhogi?
Bhogi is the first day of the four-day Makar Sankranti festival. It is a festival celebrated widely in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka and Maharashtra. On Bhogi, people discard old and derelict things and concentrate on new things causing change or transformation.
We have brought here for you a collection of bhogi muggulu with Matka design which is very popular. In the present times, it is difficult for people to draw a freehand rangoli. So we have since brought a rangoli of Matka design with the help of dots to sanctify your occasion.
To make your festival like Pongal and Makar Sankranti enjoyable, we have brought for you a simple bhogi muggulu with Matka design made with the help of dots.
Watch and make the following Bhogi Muggulu:
The Bhogi Muggulu shown above is in vogue nowadays. We have shown here about 30 Muggulu which are attractive in appearance and easy to make by using dots, hopefully, you will use this Muggulu to make your festivals more auspicious.