Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Best Wishes for Deepavali... & Pictures of Nine Dot Rangoli with Diya decorations.

Today is  the Festival of lights, Diwali signifies the victory of lights over darkness and  of truth over dishonesty and of happiness over sorrow. Let the world  work towards this Deepavali Spirit to bring peace, equality and justice. May this Festival of Lights bring blessings of Joy, Prosperity, Peace and Good health to all my followers, readers and visitors.  You all have a wonderful New Year.
Yesterday I enjoyed drawing nine dot Rangoli, for me it is therapeutic art form and gives me immense pleasure. I had limited choice of colors but it worked good for  this one inch spacing - 9 dot rangoli. I used  single vinyl sheet to draw this Rangoli. I pasted it on  bigger size white color thick paper. First I made rough sketch of design then made final outline with white Rangoli, later slowly filled Rangoli colors. I used individual small size tiles to do surrounding decorations with diyas. Enjoy the Rangoli pictures with Diya decorations. 



 Picture of completed Rangoli before starting Diya decorations.



 Time to lit  Diyas.















Thanks for watching...Shubha Deepavali.

17 comments:

A said...

Very very very beautiful decoration. Making that Rangoli is not easy. Great job.

Happy Diwali :))))

Dollyg said...

happy diwali dear

sm said...

beautiful Rangoli
happy Diwali

Usha said...

A, Thanks. It was a bit hard to get thin white rangoli lines. Over all it is good work out for body and mind..end result of Ragoli glowing with diyas eased all finger and body aches.

Usha said...

Dolly, delighted to see you visiting to give diwali wishes. Thanks and same to you. :)

Usha said...

sm, Thanks for Diwali wishes and appreciating Rangoli.

Rahul Bhatia said...

Lovely decor and mouthwatering delights!Happy Diwali... belated

Jyothi said...

WOW! Just amazing! I would love to learn to do rangoli. Belated Diwali wishes. :)

MaxDeIndiana said...

beautiful rangoli

Mak said...

Very very beautiful rangoli & diyas decoration Usha! Belated wishes to you & your family.

Pranati Nath said...

woww...so beautifull decoration..:)Hi Usha, thanks for the information. I really appreciate you.....:)

Usha said...

Rahulji, Welcome here..Thanks for diwali wishes and taking time to check my blog.

Usha said...

Jyothi, Nice to see you here...you must draw rangoli...start with basic designs.It is great experience and I am sure you will love it too. thanks for stopping by.

Usha said...

Max, Thanks..I am glad you liked Rangoli. thanks for the visit.

Usha said...

Mak, Thanks for Diwali wishes and compliments on Rangoli decorations.

Usha said...

Pranati, Thanks for your visit. Hope Blogger-Index stops scrapping and publishing our blog posts soon.

Sarita Ulhas Patil. said...

Hey hi.. awesome rangoli...is it possible for you to post how many dots rangoli it is n if possible please share a design for the same