Rangoli is an art form originating from the Indian subcontinent. Patterns are created on floors or countertops using powdered limestone, red ocher, dried rice flour, colored sand, quartz powder, petals, and colored stones. Rangoli is usually performed during Diwali or Tihar, Onam, Pongal, Sankranthi, and other Hindu festivals in the Indian subcontinent and is generally done during Diwali.
Rangoli symbolizes happiness, positivity, and vibrancy and greets Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and luck.
Rangoli designs can be simple geometric shapes depicting deities or flowers and petals suited to certain celebrations. The main symbols used in rangoli are the lotus flower and its leaves, mango, a vase of wisdom, fish, different types of birds like a parrot, swan and peacock, human figure, and foliage.
The most critical element of rangoli is its variety of colors. These are auspicious symbols that play a central role in the design. Free Rangoli coloring sheets allow your kids to unleash their creativity and imagination as they experiment with different colors on these free printable Rangoli coloring pages.
There are two main ways to make a rangoli: dry and wet; The same goes for coloring pages; kids can use crayons or water-based paints to express creative artistic ideas on these unique Rangoli coloring sheets.
Can use these unique and attractive Rangoli coloring sheets to decorate your home after being perfected by your child to color the Rangoli coloring pages.
You can have fun with the kids, creating unique ideas for Rangoli that you and the kids love. Immerse yourself in the colors of art right now. Have fun!