a) RANGOLI AT THE ENTRANCE
1. With the help of chalk and the rope draw a semicircle at the entrance as shown in the diagram
2. Draw a rangoli using free hand drawing around the semi circle
3. Colour the rangoli using flowers
b) Rangoli for the corners:
Draw the pattern on the corners of the room and fill them using flowers and leaves.
This type of rangoli is usually done around flowerpots, on the steps leading to stage or on the threshold of the main door of the house
– using 4 points
– Using 5 points
– Using 7 points
– Free hand
Some of the coloured patterns are shown as below.
(Note: Stencil can be used for replicating the pattern)
Rangoli for Puja Ghar
Auspicious symbols such as the swastik, kalash, aum lotus and geometrical shapes like triangle, hexagon make a beautiful rangoli in Puja Ghar. It can be made more attractive by arranging colorful flowers and leaves on it.
NOTE: Do not use black colour for making rangoli for Puja Ghar