Simple Rangoli Designs For Diwali 2017 with Marigold Flowers: Make Easy Floral Deepavali Rangoli Patterns

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Simple Rangoli Designs For Diwali 2017 with Marigold Flowers: Make Easy Floral Deepavali Rangoli Patterns

There are a number of videos to guide you in making beautiful and easy rangoli designs for Diwali 2017.

The Diwali day has begun on October 19, 2017, and so does all the festivities associated with it. After decorating the houses and offices with beautiful fairy lights, people are now moved on to the next important part of decoration – Making Bright and Colourful Rangolis. The age-old tradition of making rangoli to invoke and welcome Goddess Lakshmi has gained even more momentum with internet looking out to make unique and beautiful rangolis. One of the easy rangoli designs that are hit during Diwali are floral rangoli designs made from marigold flowers. Bright yellow and orange marigold are topical flowers are a part of every Indian festival. There are a number of videos to guide you in making beautiful and easy rangoli designs for Diwali 2017. You can quickly see and learn on how to make simple and easy Rangoli patterns with marigold flowers and decorate it further with diyas and candles.  Simple Rangoli Designs for Diwali: Google Maps is Ready with Deepavali Rangolis in Four Easy Steps.

Cleaning and decoration play a significant role in the ‘Festival of Lights’. Diwali 2017 is knocking at our doors and preparations are in full swing to do Lakshmi Puja. It is believed Goddess Lakshmi bestows her devotees with divine blessings and resides in homes, which are clean, pure and beautifully decorated. One of the important elements of Diwali festivities is beautiful rangolis. By using coloured powders, rice, pulses, glitters and flowers, people make extravagant rangoli designs to please Mata Lakshmi. Diwali 2017 Calendar with Dates: When is Deepavali? Why is Diwali Celebrated? What is Festival of Lights?

1. Make Swastika Rangoli From Marigold

2. Yellow-Orange Marigolds & Diyas Rangoli

When it comes to making rangolis from flowers, everyone’s favourite is marigolds. The big brightly-coloured flowers are extensively used in festivals, religious ceremonies and auspicious occasions. Marigold which means ‘hallowedness and affection’ is easy to grow and quite pocket-friendly. They are also easy to use and are not messy and difficult like coloured powders. People also find it easy to make rangolis from marigold flowers as they are available in many colours such as yellow and orange. These flowers also remain fresh for long hours and don’t lose its appeal. Diwali Rangoli Designs: 5 Easy-to-make, Colorful Rangoli Designs to Celebrate Diwali 2017.

3. Simply Amazing Rangoli Design

4. Floral Rangoli Pattern at its Best

Some of the most common rangoli designs that are made from marigold flowers are Swastik shaped pattern. It is an ancient symbol of good luck and prosperity in Hinduism. Making Swastika sign with marigold of one colour on a contrast-coloured background looks lovely. Among the other patterns, people also make Ganpati image rangoli with marigolds. Diyas, simple circular or simply floral designs are quite hit ideas seen during the festival. Add oil lamps, other flowers such as dahlias and roses or green leaves to make rangolis look even brighter. Rangolis made out of marigolds complete the Diwali celebrations.