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In olden days, the leading lady of the house, after taking bath (with purity) use to draw Rangoli at the doorstep of the house. Rangoli is always drawn on clean surfaces. To clean the surface, the floor used to be broomed, sprinkled cow dung mixed water (known as anti poisonous reptiles) and then rangoli used to be drawn. So let us take a look at 27 pictures door border muggulu below.
1. Easy And Simple Door Rangoli For Diwali Border Rangoli
The tradition of Rangoli drawing at the doorstep is welcome gesture.Traditional rangoli has certain important requisites and one of the most important aspects is symmetry. Whatever be the design, symmetry is upheld from all directions in the traditional patterns. The reason behind the use of such symmetry is more spiritual than for visual appeal. Symmetry is indicative of unity, well being, growth, luck and prosperity not just in Indian culture but also in cultures of different countries. Also, symmetry indicates balance of natural elements and promotes calmness of the mind and soul. Another very interesting feature of traditional rangoli designs is the use of rounded shapes rather than sharp ones. This is also a spiritual concept which depicts convergence of energies.White powder, which is coarsely ground rice flour, is used for rangoli. The use of rice powder is also a concept aimed at universal harmony. The rice attracts ants, small insects and birds, indicating that non-humans are welcome as well, and that all creatures need to coexist. White is also the dominant color in all designs, including the ones which use other colors. Borders and outlines are usually done in white. There is a reason for this as well. White is the color which is formed by the convergence of all colors of the universe. So, white indicates wholesomeness, unity and integration of body and soul. White is also the color of purity and is supposed to ward off evil spirits.All these deep concepts which are imbibed in a rangoli bring a lot of positivity, spirituality and a warm ambiance to the home. It is not without reason that you feel welcome when there is a nice design at the doorstep.