Diwali festival Diya rangoli kolam designs || Deepavali muggulu
- 5/11/2018 को प्रकाशित
- It is our tradition to draw kolam every day morning at the door steps.
There are many benifits of drawing kolam in front of the house.
It is auspecious and believes Godess Lakshmi enters the house if kolam is drawn.
Kolam brings lot of positive vibrations and energy to you and your home.
Draw kolam soon after you wake up and then do your prayers.
Kolam or rangoli is a part of Indian culture and transferred from generation to next generation.
This ancient art form is also called as muggulu in parts of South India like Andhra pradesh and Telangana.
People draw different creative rangoli kolam designs using kolam powder or muggu pindi which is
actually crushed Lime stone powder available at different parts of India.
There are different types of rangoli or kolam designs like dots kolam, sikku kolam, padi kolam, Margazhi kolam.
People draw special rangoli designs for Festivals like Sankranthi (Pongal), Diwali (Deepavali), Vijaya dasami (Dasara).
Women create deepam rangoli or kolam designs during diwali festival time, create very big and Dhanurmasam muggulu (Margazhi) for Sankranthi or Pongal festival.
It is a belief among the people that drawing muggulu infront of the house in the early morning soon after wake brings
good fortune to them and their family.
People mix rice flour to lime stone powder and prepare their own kolam powder. Muggulu can also be drawn with rice flour only.
These Beautiful and creative designs are decorated with flowers based on the occasion or festival.
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