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Thank you all for appreciating  me and for liking my post (link). In this post I am going to show how I made that rangoli. Here is the step by step process explained with help of pictures (pictures obviously taken by me :-) )-

Preparations - (Things required ) - Empty Contairner, Water, Rangoli colors, Talcum powder or rice flour and rangoli stencil (optional)


Step 1 : Empty container is to be placed where you want to place the rangoli. (after completing rangoli you cannot shift it otherwise rangoli will get spoiled.) . I took a glass bowl.
Fill the container with water. The level of water can be as per your choice. But the container should not be filled to the fullest level.


Step 2 :- sprinkle talcum powder (alternatively rice powder can be used) on water and cover the surface by powder.  I have used talcum powder as I was having a box of unused talcum powder (expired) which came free along with some product some time back.


Step 3 : Rangoli color as per your choice may be used as background color (optional, direct design can be made on this base) 


Step 4 & 5 : Drawing the Rangoli design  on the base. And give it a finishing touch. I have used rangoli stencil to get quick result. But design by hand can be made.


Results - (Final view of rangoli design) -


Rangoli will stay as it is unless and until you try to shift the bowl. My previous rangoli stayed as it is for 2 days and it got spoiled when I tried to shift the container with little pressure.
I hope that you all will like this post. For any query - please post in the comment form. 

( P.S -  I was in a little hurry to complete the rangoli. I made it in flat 10 minutes. So according to me it has the scope to be more perfect)


27 comments:

  1. Simply Amazing and very nicely presented.. :D

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  2. Wow that's a real nice, will try to do this and impress my MIL with my rangoli drawing skills(which is otherwise completely NIL)

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    1. Thanks Prasanna :) I am glad that you liked it :) Do try and share your experience :) All the best :)

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  3. wow ! that's very innovative and nice. I'll try this..:-D

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    1. Thank you very much :) I am glad that you liked it :) Do try and share your experience :) All the best :)

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  4. Your rangoli looks beautiful. Nice tips!

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    1. Thank you very much Renuka :)

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  5. Thank you for sharing. :)

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    1. Thank you very much Indrani :) I am glad that you liked it. it's my pleasure :)

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  6. Thanks a lot for sharing. I will try this next Diwali. :)

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    1. Thank you Kiran :) Try it and post the photos :)

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  7. Excellent Deepa!... very innovative. I am showing this to my wife.

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    1. Thank you very much :) I am very happy to read this. I am very glad to know that you liked it. :)

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  8. Great idea and very well explained!! I am definitely trying this out at home!

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    1. Thanks Sreesha :) I am glad that you liked it :) Do try and share your experience :) All the best :)

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  9. Really, it's very beautiful and an innovative idea too. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thank you very much Bharati :) I am glad that you liked it. it's my pleasure :)

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  10. Brilliant.. I didn't know this was possible

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  11. Loved this.. I too will try it... Nice Post!

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    1. Thanks alot :) Definitely try and share the photos :)

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  12. I like your blog post Deepa Prabhu because you step by step explain the designing of under water rangolis with the help of picture.

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