Easy rangoli with dots for Diwali thru images


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The dot pattern is 16 dots 2 rows then 14 to 2 on either side.
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The design is created with only straight lines connecting the dots

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The outermost dots are connected with step like formation

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The next layer of dots are connected

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The centre simple pattern is as shown

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Connect the central pattern to the outer step like design with squares

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That leaves 4 dots in 4 places.  This we can connect with any pattern according to our imagination.  I have converted them into spirals with dots decorating the periphery.

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The next image shows how shading technique is done. To save time I have only shaded portions of the rangoli
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More colours to enhance the beauty

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This very simple rangoli reminds us of a game we used to play during summer holidays .
One person draws a line connecting two dots ,  the other person does the same anywhere on the dot grid.  It continues till all the lines are converted into boxes .  Whoever completed one box wrote his name or initial inside .  After completing the game we used to count to find out who had more boxes and that person won.  We used to repeat this game in a notebook endlessly.  Those were the days without mobile phones.  We had our old notebooks called "rough note books " or the incomplete note books that were used for this game.  Using a pen or pencil we used to spend afternoons playing this indoor games till the evening. 

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