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Expand the description and view the text of the steps for this how-to video. Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from sarit and more videos in the Diwali category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide at www.howcast.com or produce your own Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmakers Program at www.howcast.com Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, is Hinduism's most important holiday. It celebrates the victory of goodness over evil and light over darkness, and, for many, ushers in the new year. To complete this How-To you will need: Cleaning products New clothes Small earthenware oil lamps called diyas, or electric lights Mustard or sesame oil, if you're using lamps Cotton wool wicks, if you're using lamps Rangoli patterns Chalk Rangoli powder A home shrine Tokens of prosperity Gifts Dried fruits and sweets A Hindu lunar calendar (optional) (optional) Premade rangoli patterns (optional) (optional) Fireworks (optional) (optional) Step 1: Clean your home Prepare for the holiday by cleaning your home from top to bottom beforehand. Tip: The Hindu lunar calendar is used to calculate the festival's dates, which typically fall in October or November. Step 2: Wear new clothes Wear new clothes to keep with the renewal theme of the holiday. Step 3: Place diyas or electric lights Place diyas, which are earthenware oil lamps, or electric lights around your home and place of business. Different parts of India honor different deities during Diwali. One ...
Lahore : Hindu community living across the country would celebrate Diwali festival on October 28 with great enthusiasm. The preparations to mark the most vibrant festival started from the beginning of the month have reached its climax. All young and children are planning different activities to celebrate the event in befitting manner. On the day, people will perform their religious rituals in Mandir decorated with lovely traditional motifs to welcome Lakshami, the goddess of wealth and prosperity. The celebrations continues for five days and each day of Diwali celebrations is associated with different myths, legends and beliefs. The word Diwali has its origin in the Sanskrit word Deepavali which means rows of light. Diwali or deepavali is the festival signifying the victory of good against evil. Festival of lights is celebrated by decorating every home, humble or lavish with the orange glow of twinkling diyas to welcome Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity. Multi-coloured rangoli designs, floral decorations and fireworks add charm to this festival. Exchanging gifts and sweet is part of the activities to share joys of Diwali. People wear new clothes, observe religious rituals and worship Goddess Lakshami praying for progress and prosperity. Diwali is considered auspicious for shopping, inaugurations of new homes, business deals or for starting any new ventures and projects.
Pookkalam is a tradition of Keralites during Onam festival in which flowers are decorated in the front courtyard of every house.
The entrance of Tamil homes during Deepavali is often decorated with the kolam. This is a beautifully designed floral item on the ground. To invite the Goddess Lashimi to enter their homes people light oil lamps around the compound and skillfully draw a kolam at it's entrance during Deepavali using a paste made of rice flour.People believe that this will invoke the blessings of the deity Lashimi . Kolam designs can depict flowers, animals or even geometric forms. Patience and skills are needed in amking the kolam as it is believed to bring happiness and prosperity. Some times a kolam is drawn with bare fingers using predetermined dots. The dots are either connected together to make a pattern or loops are drawn encircling the dots to complete a design. Nowadays there are perforated rolling tubes, perforated trays and stencils available to speed the process of making kolams. During festivals and weddings, rice flour paste is used instead of the flour. This tradition of decorating with kolams is passed on from generation to generation.
Video of Rangoli or floral design, a traditional art of India, and artificial mould at Hampi in Karnataka state.For more information on this video click - www.indiavideo.org Video by www.invismultimedia.com
www.indiamart.com Jalaram Industries is into manufacture, export and supply of diwali diyas, diwali rangoli, plastic rangoli, crafted diyas, zari embellished deep, traditional diyas, diwali lamps, mirror work diyas, diwali hindu lamps in different shapes. The growth of the company has been an out come of the quality of it's products. The diwali diyas are also distinct due to their variety of exquisite designs. We are the leading manufacturer, supplier and exporter of diwali rangoli, diwali diya, plastic rangoli, transparent diwali diya and transparent deepak from India. Jalaram Industries is manufacturer of basically two products: Diwali Rangoli Diwali Diya Diwali Rangoli Jalaram Industries is the first and leading in "plastic rangoli" since more than a decade. We lead in quantity, quality and range. And also every year new design. We have wide range of about 70 designs and many more to come in development pipeline. We are leading manufacturer and exporter of Indian rangoli, diwali rangoli from India. In this widest range we have classified this rangoli into three main categories as follows : A. Size 3" x 3" : All such designs which are single segment and which are small but at the same item, white designing we have taken into account that though they are small in size but should not be conjusted and the impression of the rangoli which we get must be clear and sharp enough to get each and every detail of it. B. Size 2.5" x 6" : All such designs which are longer in size or ...
The Onam celebrations began with the lighting of lamp in the lobby. A rangoli had been made and a coconut flower ie Pookalum had been brought from Kerela specially for the occassion.The function began with a fusion dance performed by Athera and Ashila of class VIII, which was a combination of Mohiniattam, Kathakali and Koodiyattam. It proceeded with a traditional dance performance by the female teachers. And then came the most awaited newly introduced "Boat race" for which the teachers had been practicing really hard and it came out really well. The boat was specially prepared for the occassion.Another unique port was the great Onam lunch which was served by the teachers who belong to the south.
Pookalam or the flower floral decorations is an Onam ritual, for sending this video as an Onam Greetings, click - www.indiavideo.org Video by www.invismultimedia.com
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By sweet kolam IN FLOWER (drawing)................2009....
Rangoli, also known as Alpana, Kolam and by other names, is the traditional Indian art of decorating courtyards, houses and places of worship. A powder of white stone, lime, rice flour and other pastes or powders are used to draw intricate and ritual designs on the ground, often at the entrance to the home. Symmetrical and geometrical patterns are often used. Flower petals of different colours such as golden marigolds and bright red roses can also add an extra dimension to the pattern. Rangoli are particularly prevalent as part of the Divali festival celebrated by Hindus annually which worships Lakshmi Goddess of light and wealth. Rangoli Workshops After extensive travel and a great love of all things Indian, myself and fellow artist Gus Clutterbuck devised a program for schools centring around the Indian art of Rangoli. This program has been taken to many schools and community organisations in Metropolitan and Regional South Australia and New South Wales. The project is a great way to introduce people to other cultures and beliefs whilst learning a new and interesting art form. Rangoli also look great in large public arenas where participants can have a go at being part of a large community project. We can tailor a project to your needs from a two hour workshop to a ten day artist in schools project also incorporating photography and ceramics. If you would like to discuss a Rangoli project for your school or organisation, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit ...
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Lalbagh Flower Show including flower arrangement competition
Lalbagh Flower Show Bangalore Jan 17th to 26th 2009 including Flower Arrangement , Ikebana , Thai Art , Dutch Arrangement , Janur , Bonsai , Rangoli Competition etc
Avadh, Aum and Jigisha
Two young girls draw Rangoli at the training center of well known model village, 'Ralegan Siddhi' in Maharashtra. This village is conceptualized by Padma Vibhushan Anna Hazare.
My first deepawali after my marriage :) wid my sweetu hubby manu in my noida home :)
Flower rangoli for festivals
Rangoli & Flowers
Rangoli made by tones of flowers; By Ujala Group on the occassion of Ramnavmi; a day before Vijayadashmi Festival
Thiruvathirakali is an extremely popular folk dance performed by the maidens of Kerala. It is a group dance and is mainly performed on the occasion of Onam and Thiruvathira. Women, both young and old submerge themselves in the spirit of the occasion and dance with perfect ease and e¢lan. Kaikottikali is regarded as an extremely elegant dance form as the Lasya or the beauty element predominates. Although an element of thandava (dance to destroy the universe) is also included when men too participate. The thandava dominant form is witnessed in some parts of Malabar Area. Great coordination is depicted in Kaikottikali as the performers, usually eight to ten in number, clap in unison. Performers move in circles sometimes in clockwise and sometimes in anti-clockwise directions, gracefully bending in sideways as they do so. Dancers also beautifully co-ordinate their hand movements as they go clapping upwards and downwards in rhythm with the beat and in tune with the song they are singing. Generally, the girls move in a circle around an intricately decorated pookalam (flower rangoli) at the centre of which is placed a nilavilakku (traditional brass lamp). One of the performers in the first line start a line and the others at the back repeat it as chorus. Tales depicted in Kaikottikali owe their origin to Kathakali, a profound dance form of Kerala. 'Ragachaya' of Kaikottikali derives its origin from Kathakali. Accordingly, the songs are based on episodes like Krishna-leela ...
take a pinch of rangoli powder in between thumb finger and identity finger see the video and draw like that
MUGGULU & RANGOLI.ThisTechniqueHasJustBeen INVENTED by Mr.Sanjiva N Appadoo,HeadOfTelugu Studies Department, Mauritius, the maker of Muggulu in this Video clip. By mere holding four pieces of coloured chalk pieces wonders of wonders! A real feast for the eyes of the on lookers. Welcoming the guests on all occasions.A wonderful software is actually been made and will be distributed freely to all those who really LOVE this marvellous ART.
Choreography - Malathi Iyengar (Los Angeles, USA) Production - Rangoli Foundation A thematic Bharatanatyam performance featuring the sacred sayings (Thiruppavai and Nachiar Thirumozhi) of the saint poet Aandal also known as Kodhai (8th Century AD Tamilnadu, India). Kodhai's Dream (Premiere 2006), Hollywood. Music Composition & Arrangement -- Rajkumar Bharathi Music for Layer 1 (Introducing Young Kodhai), Layer 3 (The Auspicious Dream) & Epilogue (Jatiswaram) - Rajkumar Bharathi., Music for 'Shakthi Sahitha Ganapathi' -- Muthuswami Dikishithar, Music for 'Oruthi Magannay Pirandhu' & 'Maale Manivanna' -- Ariakudi Ramanuja Iyengar, Music for' Karpuram Narumo' -- TM Thiagarajan. Narrations -- Malathi Iyengar Sound Design -- David Karagianis Rangoli Dance Company Lakshmi Iyengar, Malathi Iyengar, Hema Iyer, Mary Khetani, Shaheen Sheik, & Soumya Sundaresh Rangoli Dancers (featured as Kodhai's friends, devotees, musicians, & wedding procession participants). Sheila Aula , Shivani Aysola, Shayan Chalan, Sheel Jagani, Sarah Mathew, Sandhya Rajan, & Aarti Rao Introducing Rangoli Dancer, Kalpa Viswanadhan as young Kodhai Lighting Design - Eileen Cooley Set Design (Sculpture of Vishnu) -- Suresh Iyengar Production Design & Costume Coordination -- Lakshmi Iyengar Flower Garlands -- Sharada & Venkatachalan January 6, 2007 - Performance in Bangalore, India Rangoli Dance Company: Lakshmi Iyengar & Shaheen Sheik (disciples of Malathi Iyengar) Dancers from India: Krishnakshi Sharma ...
Rangoli production - year 6 and 7 students
This rangoli is done by me at Sonal's Place...done with flowers in UK.
Lotus Rangoli painting for ISKCON LA!
this is the flower carpet arranged in front of our hoese
Every Malayali and Keralite celebrates Onam with a marked zeal and fervor. The Oregon Onam Celebrations 2007 displayed a wonderful spectrum of traditional celebration procedures. The celebrations for the Onam festival commenced with Athapookalam or the traditional floral carpet. This was followed by various fun games and competitions. A sumptuous Onam Sadhya was served in Banana leafs during the celebration in Oregon Technologies.
The Flower Carpet - Brussels 2006
indian colours which are normaly used in all festivels