Samai Decoration

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Pic Credits: Dhavale Rangoli from Pune
Lighting of Samai/Oil Lamp is an essential ritual in Hindu religious and spiritual pujas.
Samais decorated with rangoli designs and flowers are lighted at the entrance for welcoming guests and even during inauguration programs. 

Pic Credits: Vijaylaxmi Kalburgi
Pic Credits: Vijaylaxmi Kalburgi
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Different and Innovative Rangoli Designs

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Pic Credits: Chara Chaitra

Innovative rangoli designs which are a perfect blend of traditional and modern designs.


Pic Credits: Chara Chaitra



Pic Credits: Chara Chaitra


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Hexagon Floral Pattern Rangoli

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A beautiful hexagon floral rangoli design, perfect symmetry.

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Freehand Peacock Rangoli Design

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Another beautiful Peacock Rangoli Design contributed by S.Srividya, residing at Chittoor, A.P.

Peacock feathers design is brilliantly done with shading and apt color combination.
The rainbow like layers with flowers inbetween lifts the central standing pecock design.



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Simple Stencil Rangolis

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Rangoli Stencils can be used to make rangolis instantly. The stencil is placed on the floor and rangoli is spread onto the design(holes) on the stencil. Spread the colors with fingers over the design while holding the stencil firmly. Then lift the stencil gently.

This is the fastest and easiest way to make colorful rangoli designs. Use your imagination and experiment with different colors and designs.

















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Kundan Rangoli Designs

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Decorative Kundan Rangolis are made from beads, sequins, pearls of various shapes and sizes.

These kundan rangolis have their own charm innovating the traditional rangoli designs. These ready to use decorative pieces are easy to assemble and can be also quickly wrapped up ;)

You can even try a medley of kundan and traditional rangolis design.

These elaborate looking designs can be conceptualized as per's one imagination.
So, don't forget to try the bejeweled look this festive season.

 





Kundan Rangoli, Border Rangoli

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Sikku Kolam Designs Collection

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A collection of beautiful Sikku Kolam Designs for all our viewers. 
Sikku Kolam means knotted or twisted lines interlaced between dots.
One rule of Sikku Kolam is not to have any loose or open ends. The lines should go around in a loop. 

























You can also view the video version of Sikku Kolam Designs Collection.


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Semi Circular Rangolis

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Semi Circular Rangolis are best if there is a space constraint or if the rangoli needs to be made at the door entrance.

With the help of chalk and rope draw the semi circles and then later the inner designs with a chalk.

Then trace the rangoli design with rangoli powder starting from center and then move outwards.

Fill with vibrant colors and decorate with lighted diyas.



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Winner of SBR's Online Rangoli Competition - Jan 2015

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Congratulations Priya Sachdev for winning 
SBR's Online Rangoli Competition - Jan 2015!!!

The winning rangoli image is:

Credits: Priya Sachdev

We are equally thrilled for all the entries. Thanks a lot for your contribution and support.



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SBR's Rangoli Competition Entries - Jan 2015

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Below are the shortlisted entries for SBR's Rangoli Competition - Jan 2015
Credits: Akansha

Credits: Priya Sachdev

Credits: Chara Chaitra

Credits: Chara Chaitra

Credits: Chara Chaitra

Credits: Anshu Agrawal

Credits: Anshu Agrawal

Credits: Priya Sachdev

Credits: Shrirang Mujumdar

Credits: Prajakta Karanjkar

Credits: Akansha P

Credits: SM Savitha

Credits: SM Savitha

Credits: Saurabh Pandhare

Credits: Snehal

Credits: Rupesh Patil

Credits: Swarnalatha

Credits: Swarnalatha

Credits: Swarnalatha

Credits: Subhalaxmi Padle

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