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The festival of lights, popularly known as Diwali or Deepawali, will be observed this year on October 24th, 2022. Dhanteras is the first day of the five-day festival, which finishes with Bhai Dooj. Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and some Buddhists all around India and the world celebrate Deepawali. The celebration stands for the triumph of good over evil, of light over darkness, of knowledge over ignorance, and of hope over despair. The holy month of Kartika’s fifteenth day is when the festival of light is celebrated.
There is a modest custom of decorating the home with colourful, tiny rangolis on Diwali. Even while everyone adheres to this custom, relatively few people are aware of its origins. Hindu mythology states that we also celebrate Diwali to welcome the goddess Lakshmi into our homes. She embodies success, riches, money, and happiness. In order to greet her, people create rangolis outside of their homes. Due to the popular belief that Goddess Lakhmi once sat on a lotus flower, many people embellish their rangoli with floral patterns. In order to impress Goddess Lakshmi and invite her into their homes, devotees use all kinds of inventive methods.
We’re going to share with you some intriguing rangoli design concepts that you should attempt. Here are 10 lovely rangoli patterns to decorate your house for Deepawali.