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Simple rangoli or border with bangles and cotton buds techniques
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Diwali rangoli decoration with bangles and CD
The rest is easy. Remove the CD and draw a multi petaled orange flower with a cotton bud. Decorate the centre of he circle with bullets. Decorate the outside and inside with white rangoli powder. The result a small and beautiful rangoli design for festival decoration ideas.
This is a simple rangoli only with a combination of free hand and corner rangoli designs. The edge of the wall is decorated with corner rangoli designs and below it the circular rangoli design with colours is drawn free hand.
The next rangoli has also been drawn a circular or near circular ( since it is drawn without any aid ) . First a circle is drawn , filled with yellow colour around it we add pink and then finally blue or violet. The inside of the blue is decorated with spirals and the outermost circle is pushed with a finger to get the pattern shown. Should be easy to draw it on the floor or as part of a rangoli bigger drawn on a white or colourful background.
The previous rangoli magnified to show only the corner rangoli design. This can be drawn independently also or to decorate another colourful rangoli on both sides or all around. Draw two semi circular shapes and develop them into orange colour floral petals as shown. Between two floral corner rangoli designs draw a spiral and decorate it with white and blue dots to enhance the beauty of the rangoli . Try for Diwali decoration at home.
After some free hand rangoli designs with colours , the next image shows a simple 7 to 4 dot rangoli design converted into a beautiful , cute and colourful rangoli for Diwali. For beginners or for those who are on the look out for simple designs this pattern should be suitable to celebrate the festival with a riot of colours with just such a small designs. After drawing the floral petals colour them with blue pink and yellow in some order , I have chosen yellow for the central flower and the remaining 6 flowers alternate with blue and pink. Actually blue , pink and yellow combine well and enhance the beauty of the kolam ( oh! rangoli ). I am from Tamil Nadu so I invariably draw "kolam " . My elder sisters live in Maharastra ( Mumbai and Nagpur ) and so for them it is rangoli though we all learnt muggulu from our mother ! She was from Vijaynagaram in Andhra Pradesh so it was Telugu for her.
So what ever name we use , the beauty is the same , it is one of the simplest art forms of India , but among the most beautiful. I do not think that there is any other art form that is created daily .
After some colourful rangoli without steps , one simple rangoli with lots of steps by steps images , so that it will be useful to beginners.
Instead of drawing the white rangoli and filling with colours , this rangoli has been drawn with rangoli colours , starting with a triangle , with circular patterns and spiral expanding on the three sides. Hope it is useful for Diwali decoration of 2016 ( updated )