Diwali Rangoli design images: Here’s how to welcome Goddess Lakshmi in style

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New Delhi | Updated: Oct 28, 2016 5:20 PM

Rangoli is one of the oldest and most beautiful art forms of our country and is the traditional way to welcome Goddess Lakshmi.

 Rangoli is one of the oldest and most beautiful art forms of our country and is the traditional way to welcome Goddess Lakshmi. Rangoli is one of the oldest and most beautiful art forms of our country and is the traditional way to welcome Goddess Lakshmi.

The year-long wait has finally come to an end. Diwali is here along with Dhanteras – the festival of wealth. It’s the apt time to deck up your homes, offices and surroundings. Rangoli is one of the oldest and most beautiful art forms of our country. It is the traditional way to welcome Goddess Lakshmi and beautify those places. To enhance the beauty of rangoli, one can place a lighted diya at the centre of the rangoli. You can also use flower petals and leaves also. Interestingly, the form and shape of rangoli also indicate the cultural diversities of India.On this auspicious occasion, decorate glittering rangolis and spread warmth and happiness. Wish you a very happy Dhanteras and a prosperous Diwali!

Check out these Rangolis

Hindu women arrange oil lamps and flowers around a "Rangoli", a traditional pattern made from coloured powders, during the celebrations ahead of the Hindu festival of Diwali in Ahmedabad November 1, 2013. REUTERS/Amit Dave/Files

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rajesh-kalraPhoto courtesy @Rajesh Kalra
vodafone-puneRangoli created by girls in Vodafone Shared Services in Pune.

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