A tradition you can preserve forever and oh how pretty the two tones look!
Rangoli: 8 inches is the basal diameter, excluding the tassels. The entire rangoli is of 13 inches diameter
ABOUT TRADITIONAL RANGOLIS: Rangoli is a traditional form of Indian art, typically created on the floor using vibrant colored powders, rice, sand or flower petals. It is commonly practiced in India, Nepal, and other South Asian countries during festivals and special occasions, particularly Diwali, the festival of lights.
Rangolis are usually made in circular or square shapes and range in size from small to large. They are often designed with intricate patterns and geometrical shapes, as well as depictions of animals, flowers, and religious symbols. Due to major availability of fresh flowers in India, people create the latest fresh flower rangoli designs every year. Rangolis are also made using special rangoli stencils.
Creating a Rangoli is a time-consuming process, as it requires precision, creativity, and attention to detail. The powders or other materials are carefully laid out on the floor using hands, spoons, or other tools to create the desired patterns and shapes. Acrylic rangolis have also evolved over the period of time.
In addition to being a form of artistic expression, Rangolis hold deep cultural and spiritual significance in Indian traditions. They are believed to bring good fortune, spread positive energy, and honor the gods and goddesses. Rangolis are also seen as a symbol of hospitality, welcoming guests with their bright and colorful designs. Rangoli is a significant diwali decoration item.
Today, Rangolis continue to be an important part of Indian culture, with many artists and enthusiasts around the world practicing this beautiful art form to preserve and promote their heritage. People often search for easy and simple rangoli designs over the internet, we have made a hassle free solution for diwali decoration.
We have taken Patola beyond Patola Sarees & Patola Dupattas. Team IBHI created Patola Mats and Patola Torans with beautiful Shubh Labh hangings to decorate your homes during Indian festivals. The Patola rangolis and pallets can be used as coasters also, many people buy coasters which are traditionally designed, they are also used as candle holders and candle stands. Our pallets serve all diwali decor ideas.
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The transit period for orders placed outside India will be 8-12 days.
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