Watch: Funny Rangolis That Left A Smile On Our Face

Diwali has always had a vibe about two things, crackers and rangolis. With the government limiting the use of crackers, the rangolis saw a boom in their creativity.

The origin of this art can be traced to the Puranas. The word “Rangoli” means a row of colours. The tradition of Rangoli originated in Maharastra and was slowly disseminated to other parts of India.

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It is thought to bring good luck, prosperity to the house and in the family, and to welcome guests. Some families in India do this activity every morning, or on a special festive occasion like Diwali, Onam, and Pongal, but the creative wildlife is only seen on Diwali.

Which ones left a smile on your face? Let us know.

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