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Rangoli

Making 'Rangolis' has always been an inspiring and joyful activity with all the children. This year too we all enjoyed making them. Everybody created  them in their preferred styles and designs. Children of age groups 4 and 5 years also took part and they made such lovely ones :).

Now to display some of those amazing works! As always we can only display the ones we manage to capture on time :) , as most children love showing their creations to everyone at home and school! So here we have a few of those out of about twenty to thirty artworks....we may try and add a few later.



Prisha's choice of colors and patterns are very interesting. She was very keen to incorporate swans or peacocks into her designs!


 Niyati's 'Rangoli' is fabulous and everyone loves it!



Tarini likes to make them perfect and neat.


Ishrat loves her colorful rainbow with rain drops and prefers to make this instead, choosing all her favorite colors! Gorgeous isn't it...?! :)



Hope you enjoyed viewing them!
Have a creative day!


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  1. very nice designs! I love all of these rangoli designs . I learned many of the Rangoli designs from your post! Thanks for providing them.

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    1. Thank you, Shravya! It's very much appreciated!

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