Tescos 10 Colour Rangoli Colour Powder Each 500 Grm with Happy Diwali Blessing Card for Diwali | Durga and Pongal(G_10CLR_5KG)
Rangoli Colour Powder Represent by the Ramnath Marketing store’s.One of the most fascinating folk art-forms, Rangoli colour is integral to the festivities of Diwali! Traditionally supposed to be a symbolic welcome to Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth, who is worshipped during Diwali, it has evolved over the years, into numerous variants. Rangoli is a native of Indian culture and used in every festive occasion to decorate one’s house. It unites the family members who rejoice together with these in a festive mood. Order these today and take a step ahead to build happy, healthy and strong bonding among the various relationships which exist within your home. Rangoli is an art form originating in the Indian subcontinent, in which patterns are created on the floor or a tabletop using materials such as powdered lime stone, red ochre, dry rice flour, coloured sand, quartz powder, flower petals, and coloured rocks. It is an everyday practice in All religous households, however the colours are preferred during festivals and other important celebrations as it is time consuming. These colors are eco friendly. Rangoli are usually made during Diwali or Tihar, Onam, Pongal, Sankranthi and other Hindu festivals in the Indian subcontinent, and are most often made during Diwali. Rangoli have different names based on the state and culture. Rangoli hold a significant role in the everyday life of a Hindu household especially historically when the flooring of houses were untiled. They are usually made outside the threshold of the main entrance, in the early mornings after cleaning the area. It is believed that a Hindu household without a clean entrance and rangoli is an abode of darida. Using cereal powders for rangoli is also believed as panchayat booth Seva because insects and other dust microbes are fed.
These colors are eco friendly, Smooth And Silky, These Colors Make This Art Form A Convenient One.
The usage of colours and vibrant designs are showcased during occasions such as festivals, Like Diwali, Pongal And Navratri.
Rangoli is a native of Indian culture and used in every festive occasion to decorate one’s house. It unites the family members who rejoice together with these in a festive mood. Order these today and take a step ahead to build happy, healthy and strong bonding among the various relationships which exist within your home.
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