Don't fret if you don't have rangoli colours! You can use grains to make a unique Diwali Ragnoli.
You can use moong dal, urad dal, methi seeds, coriander seeds, kasuri methi leaves, green gram dal, moong seeds, turmeric powder, sugar, red beans, etc. If you don't have white rangoli powder, use chalk. Simple!
4 Amazing Steps to Make Diwali Rangolis without Rangoli PowdersJust follow these 4 steps:
Step 1: Select your design
|6 dots vertical and 6 dots horizontal|
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|The design done with white rangoli powder|
|Kasuri methi leaves|
|All set to begin!|
Step 4: Begin the design by putting methi seeds in the center square, then the moong dal and urad dal as shown in the pictures below.
|Center square filled with methi seeds|
|Top part of the design filled with the grains|
|Final fully filled rangoli design with grains|
|Sieve with Ashtavinayakas pattern|
|Place the sieve flat and sprinkle white rangoli powder through the sieve (colours do not show the outlines so well)|
You can also make a small diya design with grains:
Diya with moong dal and urad dal
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