As per mythology it is the day when God Ram with Goddess Sita had come back to Ayodha after 14 long years of exile and to celebrate the day the people of Ayodhya had enlightened their houses with diyas.
Diwali is also the festival of Goddess Lakshmi- the goddess of wealth, and on Diwali people worship her to bring prosperity and happiness to their homes. They generally clean their houses, decorate their houses with diyas, torans and rangoli.
As time passed the younger generations became more interested in decorating the houses with colourful rangoli’s, torans and diyas. Some homemade and some being purchased readymade and placed in. With mothers and aunts preparing all Diwali delicacies from sweets to salty snacks to special lunch and dinner, youngsters get busy in making rangoli’s adding to the festive mood.
Rangoli is not only an art form, it has become symbol of our culture worldwide which is generally drawn during festivals like Onam, Diwali and other auspicious occasions.
Rangoli in Diwali is a tradition that is passed on from one generation to another. The colourful rangoli is not a mere drawing with different colours rather it signifies the happiness and prosperity. Listed below are few easy rangoli designs for this Diwali: