Rangoli Demostration

31 October

 Aunty Mugdha came by to do a demonstration on how to make a rangoli.

Aunty Mugdha came by to do a demonstration on how to make a rangoli.

 She started by creating a grid with the rangoli powder. This enabled her to create an even octagon.

She started by creating a grid with the rangoli powder. This enabled her to create an even octagon.

 The children picked the colours - blue, pink and yellow for the rangoli. Aunty Mugdha shared with them that the auspicious colours for Deepavali are red, green and mustard.

The children picked the colours - blue, pink and yellow for the rangoli. Aunty Mugdha shared with them that the auspicious colours for Deepavali are red, green and mustard.

 Rangoli powder in different colours.

Rangoli powder in different colours.

 The rangolis are made at the entrance of the house on Deepavali

The rangolis are made at the entrance of the house on Deepavali

 The white powder provides an outline for the pattern.

The white powder provides an outline for the pattern.

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 Rangolis are made to bring good luck

Rangolis are made to bring good luck

 After the demonstration, the children had a try at making a flower with the rangoli powder. 

After the demonstration, the children had a try at making a flower with the rangoli powder. 

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