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Holi is a colorful and lively festival that is celebrated all over India. A number of legendary stories are related with this festival of colors. Holi is celebrated during the month of Phalgun as per the Hindu calendar. The festival usually falls a day after the Phalgun Purnima or full moon day. Although people in nearly in all parts of India celebrate this festival, the celebrations differ according to regional influences, rituals and traditions. Best Holi Rangoli Designs & Patterns for Competition

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Rangoli importance during Holi

Rangoli is a eternal tradition that is followed all over India. Rangoli is also known as alpana, aripoma, or kolam. It is an ancient times, practiced by almost all households. In many cases, designs are passed down through generations with some of them being hundreds of years old. The word ‘rangoli’ is said to have been derivative from the words ‘rang’ and ‘aavalli’ which refers to a row of colors. Rangoli designs and colors vary between diverse regions but they all follow a few basic patterns. A rangoli generally has a geometrical structure that is also symmetrical. The design patterns frequently consist of natural elements like animals, flowers, and so on. There is no limit to how large a rangoli can be. Most rangolis are the similar size as a door mat placed at way in. These rangolis are particularly well-liked among residents of city buildings, where space is a restraint. For larger houses like bungalows, it is not uncommon to find a complete courtyard filled with a colorfully designed rangoli. The range in patterns and the complexity levels for a rangoli is largely reliant on the talents and skills of the person making the rangoli. A rangoli is for all time made by hand and all designs are carved out using our fingers. A line is generally drawn using a single finger, like a pencil. In some cases, an outline may be outlined using dotted movements, which are joined jointly at the end. Once a pattern is formed, the desired colors are filled in.

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Colorful festival is near and we all the excited about it. Many of us will be excited about making Holi rangoli designs for their upcoming competition. So without waiting any further, here we will provide you with Best Holi Rangoli Designs & Patterns for Competition.

 

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