Simple Rangoli Designs for Diwali 2019 (Photo Credits: Video Screengrab/ YouTube)
The auspicious festival of Diwali is here, and it only means decorating every corner with lights and rangolis. No Hindu festival in India can be ever complete with the traditional patterns gracing your tiles at your house. And the celebration of Diwali is not spared! Rangolis made out of colours and most distinctive, marigold flowers are a gem in every household. This year Diwali falls on October 27. You might already be engaged with a lot of responsibilities ahead of the celebration of Deepavali. Hence, we are here to share your stress. We have got you the simple rangoli designs for Diwali 2019 that you can make using marigold flowers. Making these patterns are not easy, and you do not want to go old school this festivity. That is why we have accumulated the latest Rangoli patterns and pookalam ideas, each of them complemented with a video tutorial. So, without looking any further, scroll down and find out the best rangoli ideas for Diwali 2019. Diwali 2019 Decoration Ideas: Brighten Up Your House With Diyas, Lanterns, Fairy Lights and Candles This Deepavali.
Watch Video: DIY Rangoli Design With Marigold Flowers
The above video shows the easiest way to make the rangoli patterns using marigold flowers with its petals and leaves. This design could be the perfect centre of attraction at your house. You can grace it by placing some earthen lamps.
Watch Video: Easy Rangoli Patterns Using Flowers
This beautiful rangoli using marigold flowers has been perfected well with the addition of white colours for the finishing. It is a great idea to sort of mix and match both pookalam and rangoli designs and placing a beautiful candle or an earthen lamp at the centre. Easy Rangoli Designs for Diwali 2019: Simple Rangoli Patterns With Colours and New Pookalam Designs With Marigold Flowers for Deepavali.
Watch Video of Pookalam Pattern
This one has to be the best and easiest. The design screams simplicity and elegance. No stress at all! All you need are fresh marigolds and its leaves and earthen lamps. Arrange all of them as per the traditional pattern you have in mind. Tada! You get a beautiful result.
Watch Video: Swastik Rangoli Design
Swastik is used as a symbol of divinity and spirituality in Indian religions. During all the festivals, Hindu devotees make swastika patterns at Kalash, door entrances, and temples or at any special occasion to mark a new beginning. Hence, it will be nice to keep up the tradition and make the pattern using flowers for Diwali.
Rangolis is a decorative and colourful design made on the floors. The patterns are considered sacred and are meant to serve as the welcoming areas for Gods. We hope that the above videos will help you to make beautiful rangoli and pookalam designs during the auspicious occasion of Diwali.