App Information Rangoli DesignsSkylandAppsLifestyle
- App NameRangoli DesignsSkylandAppsLifestyle
- Package Namecom.skylandapps.designs.rangolidesigns
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- Requires AndroidAndroid
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10,000+ Latest Rangoli Designs 1.0 APK
Rangoli Designs: It's believed that rangolidesigns started many centuries ago. Some refrences of rangolidesigns are also available in our scriptures. The art of rangolihas changed and rechanged over many centuries. Rangoli goes byvarious names in many parts of India.In Tamil Nadu it's known as Kolam, in Andhra it's known as muggulu,in Karnataka it's known as muggitu, in Rajasthan it's known as amandana and so on. We have some easy indian rangoli designs forbeginners.Practice these easy rangoli designs from the comfort of your homesto impress your in-laws or your neighbors. If you enter any hinduhouse in India, you are bound to be welcomed by a rangoli designwhich is normally drawn with chalk powder or lime stone powder onthe floor. Traditionally rice flour was used to create rangolidesigns, since it can act as a food source for tiny insects andbirds.Easy rangoli designs are used in almost all kinds of hindureligious occasions, festivals, weddings and so on. It's believedthat rangolis ward off evil spirits from homes. So try one of theseeasy rangoli designs today.So for this reason we have made this app. In this app. contains the1300+ Latest Rangoli Designs. Smart, Cool & Simple.Download fast...
Rangoli Classics 1.1.0 APK
Rangoli is a classic Indian folk art. This appis a collection of different types of classic Rangoli designs. AllRangoli designs are available offline.Rangoli designs are popular with different names in differentregions of India. Rangoli is a Hindi word. It is known as RangaValli and Muggu in Telugu, Rangoli in Karnataka, Chaookpurna inChhattisgarh, Mandana in Rajasthan, Aripan in Bihar, Alpana inBengal, Sanskar Bharti in Maharashtra, Kolam in Tamil Nadu,Rangavalli in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, Alikhthap in Kumaon,Kalam in Kerala, and Saathiya in Gujarat. Not just in names, thedesigns also vary as per the region.Rangoli Designs / Muggulu / Kolangal are usually made during Diwali(Deepawali), Onam, Pongal (Sankranti), Ugadi (New Year), Dussehra(Dasara) and other Indian festivals.• Both plain and colored rangoli designs are there to make it easyto understand and draw.• Every rangoli has details about number of dots, lines andpatterns (straight or crossed).• Favorite Rangoli designs can be chosen which are shown as aseparate collection for quick access.• 100 Rangoli designs are included in this app in total.