Free hand Rangoli Chalk Piece


The red oxide flooring is commonly seen in villages and old houses. It gives a very authentic look to the floor. In my mother’s house, we had a red oxide flooring and my mom used to draw various Rangoli designs on the floor. The even now you can see such designs in our villages. But today granites, vitrified tiles, mosaic tiles & marbles are dominating the flooring of houses we rarely see the elegance of red oxide floors. So We have a red oxide flooring in front of the house to draw Rangoli. The Rangoli design can be easily drawn on red oxide with a piece of chalk. Have a look at one of the Rangoli drawn on red oxide here.

Deepavali Rangoli New 2011 Flower Lights


Chittara Rangoli designs website has attracted more than 1,00,000 Visitors this Diwali Season. Total Page views crossed 2,50,000. With this achievement, it’s quite inspiring to give New Rangoli Designs to our beloved Fans & visitors. Deepavali the festival lights always attracts more people to Chittara Rangoli as every one draws Rangoli during this festive season than any other festivals. So here is a new Rangoli designed today at our home for Diwali 2011. This Rangoli is inspired by the Flowers. The main part of Rangoli looks like the petals of a flower. Added the lights for Deepavali special ambience & surely enhances the festive mood. Definetly the lights (Deepams) creates different kind of mood with it’s Red-yellowish colors. Have a look our designs and if you like it please click on the Facebook like button at the sidebar. Please feel free to share this Rangoli with your friends & family to wish them a Very Happy Deepavali.


Diwali Flower Rangoli Festival of Lights Special


Diwali / Deepavali – The festival of Lights is back again. This time it’s shower of flowers here. Our backyard garden is full of variety of floral plants and in this rainy & mansoon season it blossoming with lot of flowers. So the idea of designing a this Diwali Rangoli with Flowers and Lamps. You want to see how it looks like? have a look.


Mehandi Rangoli


What do you do if you find an unused expired mehandi cone? well most of us will through it. wait, here is an idea. For a change I’ve used expired mehandi to draw a rangoli on a sheet of drawing paper. Curious how it looks like? have a look at this.

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