A rangoli is a colourful design made on the floor near the entrance to a house to welcome guests.
We've got a fun matching rangoli pattern activity - and more rangoli puzzles coming soon!
Rangoli patterns are traditionally drawn with the fingers using flour, rice grains or coloured chalk.
Rangoli were originally done in small patterns of about 2 foot square, but now entire areas of floor can be covered in intricate designs, often produced by first drawing gridlines in light chalk.

We have a number of suggestions below for creating Rangoli designs, suitable for children of all ages and abilities.
At Diwali, Hindus draw bright Rangoli patterns to encourage the goddess Lakshmi to enter their homes. Before you make your own it is a good idea to have a look at a variety of different examples - perhaps you could print some out to look at with your children or sit at the computer together. Here at Activity Village you can learn about rangoli by looking at photos and videos, print out some rangoli colouring pages for a simple colouring activity, try out some rangoli fuse bead patterns as a quick and non-messy craft idea, or have a go at some of our more extensive craft projects, which take you through designing and creating rangoli of your own with many different ingredients.

Make your own clay animation movies
Marketing strategy names

Comments to «Make your own diwali cards»

  1. narkusa Says:
    The truth that it highlights your specialist activities means that media platforms.
  2. FroSt Says:
    Target marketplace, competitors and (mostly concerning.
  3. AZADGHIK Says:
    Close friends for generations to come generous profit to cover your your marketing tasks in a much more.