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    This Diwali, Perk Up Your Home With These Super Easy Rangoli Designs

    Let's bring out our favourite colours and try out these easy-to-do rangoli designs

    Come Diwali and it’s lights and colours everywhere. Diwali is special because it is celebrated all over the country (and abroad) with equal amount of enthusiasm. Diwali or Deepawali, the festival of lights celebrated in the Autumn season and is considered to be the best time of the year.

    Houses decorated with earthen Diyas and colourful lights during Diwali is a sight to behold. It feels surreal to witness the night view as it seems like bright stars descending the earth during Diwali.

    To make Diwali even more brighter, people make rangolis to adorn the entryway of homes. Indians love colours and this love for colours is expressed through beautiful rangolis. So this Diwali, following this centuries-old colourful tradition, let’s bring out our favourite colours and try out these easy-to-do rangoli designs.

    Bright and elegant with a sweet message

    Photo credit: Ashok-Etutor

    Go Ganesha

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    Vivid enough to welcome your guests?

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    What’s prettier than the peacock design with lit diyas

    Photo credit: Pinterest

    Don’t like powder colours? Do it with flowers

    Photo credit: Shaadidukaan

    This glitter rangoli is just right for Diwali

    Photo credit: Shaadidukaan

    Tradition in petals

    Photo credit: Pinterest

    Half-circle rangoli anyone?

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