Rangoli is a decorative and colourful design made on the floors especially during festive occasions. These are considered sacred and are meant to serve as welcoming areas to Gods.
Rangolis are usually colourful (though you can find monochrome designs too) and are made using several materials like flower petals, rice, flour etc. In Eastern and Southern regions, Rangolis are made using a mixture made of grounded rice mixed with water, and are specially called Kolams (in Tamil Nadu). So each region has its own ways of doing their rangolis.
Of these myriad designs, Flower rangoli is something we all love and since it’s very popular across the country, we have selected the top 25 Flower Rangoli designs which you can use for ready reference the next time you are drawing one.
The most common flowers used in Flower ranglois are are daisies, roses and marigolds. Not just flowers but leaves are used in flower Rangoli too. So let’s quickly look some of the most popular Rangoli designs.
Rangoli designs with flowers
1. This one is a spectacular flower rangoli using flowers of various colours. The Rangoli here has roses, daisies, different coloured marigolds and much more. This one is a very difficult design and the theme is Floral and Romantic. The flower shape has been given a twist with the emphasis on the heart shaped patterns. All in all, this is a fantastic design for any occasion and can be done on even anniversaries or weddings too.
2. This one also includes loads of colours which makes it a very colourful Rangoli. The center of attraction is the Diya. The orange colour of the Marigold becomes the primary colour in this rangoli and the white and purple spiral shapse on the border adds to its uniqueness.
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4. This one is another very colourful design that includes loads of colours and is really a great way to celebrate any festive day. As it is very colourful, it can be used on any occasion like Diwali, other religious functions or on any other day too. But we think this makes a very pretty Holi Rangoli, especially due to its colour play. Do you agree?
5. Here is another bright and colourful rangoli made with Flower petals. The special touch in this rangoli is the lotus buds used in the center to decorate the Rangoli. The use of colours is also great and makes this design a great way to make your home colourful in style. We also love those flower replicas created in the middle of each yellow flower petal using Rose petals.
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6. Swastika is the sign of all things good and holy for the Hindus and here we see a very pretty swastika being created with beautiful flower petals. This complex design using petals of various colours is an apt representation of the Swastika which is said to be very holy. So you can do it on any occasion like a wedding, or Diwali or Holi too.
7. Now this one, we feel is quite unique from the ones we are used to seeing. This one is created keeping in mind the occasion of Diwali so the diyas on either corner make it even better. We also love the large array of colourful petals used for the rangoli.
8. Lord Ganesha is one of the most worshipped gods in India and he is said to give everyone ‘Siddhi’, the power and knowledge to attain one’s dreams. He is a secondary deity in almost all festivals and we see Lord Ganesha adorn many rangolis too. Likewise here we see him in this beautiful flower Rangoli which can be done on any religious occasion.
9. Another flower inspired ‘Flower Rangoli’ design for you. We love how neatly it has been done and also the colours used for this purpose is very beautiful. The placing of diyas on the border of the rangoli makes it even more beautiful. We also like the different styled flower shapes are used in this design giving it an unique touch.
10. This flower rangoli presents to us the supreme excellence of its creator. The small details in this rangoli make it even more special. We love how the circular patch of grass has been used as the base to create this beautiful design. We also love the weave effect done on the outer part of the Rangoli.
11. Indian dances especially the traditional dance styles and dancers have been a source of inspiration for many artists for centuries. And this inspiration still continues to give our artists the material for their creation. Likewise we see this beautiful replica of an Indian dancer being created by flower petals. Rose, daisies, marigold and more flowers make this great rangoli design. It is truly a very different attempt to portray the tradition of India. A great rangoli for Holi or Diwali. Certainly one of the most appealing free hand rangoli designs with flowers.
12. Now this one is yet another beautiful Flower Rangoli design showing the spirit of Joli. We love how colourful the Rangoli has been made to suit the mood of the festival of colours. The small vessels used in the design as well as those small plates filled with colours on the outer design all signify the importance of colours and the rituals of holi. We love the use of striking colours for this design.
13. This design is quite simple to do yet it looks beautiful on any occasion. The white used here is not a flower though one can use white flower petals instead of colours. The colours used here are simple and green grass is used as the base and yellow and saffron marigold petals are used to create the design. Purple coloured flower petals are used in some places. The highlight of the design is surely the lotus flower used in the centre.
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14. A very beautiful and colourful Rangoli is presented here. The bright saffron coloured flower petals and yellow flower petals make this design very colourful. The white flower petals and red rose petals add to its beauty. The Rangoli created around the Diya stand justifies its cause and attracts everyone’s attention.
15. This beautiful and colourful Rangoli will surely catch the attention of all your guests. This vibrant design shows a flower shaped Flower Rangoli. The colours used here are saffron, yellow, purple and white. The centre is adorned by a beautiful lotus flower.
16. We simply love this design as it talks of the extraordinary skills of the creator. We love how different shades and similar groups of shades have been used to give a shading effect to the Rangoli. We also love the innovative pattern in the middle. There is a whole range of colours present in this Rangoli making it a very colourful Rangoli. The design is done with perfection making it a great design for you to try at home.
17. Diwali is a very special festival all over India and we simply love this cute and simple attempt at Flower Rangoli. In this Rangoli, unlike the usual techniques, whole flowers are used to do the design. Yellow daisies are used to make the borders and only rose petals have been used instead of the whole rose flower. It is quite unique and we feel this is suitable for those who are too lazy to spend too much time on the rangoli. A short and easy design — isn’t it? This is the most perfect of all flower rangoli designs for diwali.
18. We love this simple and traditional styled Rangoli created with flower petals. The circular shape with the flower patterns inside using different coloured petals is quite traditional yet not plain at all. The design seems quite fresh and seems to have been done with good colour selection. A great choice for anyone.
19. We simply love the look of this Rangoli. While the bright pink border attracts us, we cannot miss the lotus flower in the middle. This one is an oval shaped Rangoli with bright contrasting colours like white & yellow and pink & saffron being used. The end result is a unique and fresh looking rangoli to make all the heads turn at that home event. We also love the added diyas.
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20. What do you get when you add flowers and diyas and Ground Chakras? Well we think you will get something like this Rangoli which resembles the effects of a Ground Chakra. So what’s a ground Chakra? It is a firework which when lighted, turns in circular motions making whirlwind patterns on the ground. It is used especially during Diwali. So now you understand why we love this Diwali inspired Rangoli. Truly a great way to celebrate the spirit of Diwali.
21. Another very pretty picture of Lord Ganesha done with flowers. In this design we see the use of many types of Rangoli making techniques. The leaves used here are not real and the design of Lord Ganesha is done over a white background created with rice. There is use of colours, beads and stones too. All in all, it’s a nice blend of traditional and modern techniques.
22. We love this simple and easy to do colourful Rangoli with flowers. The colours used here are truly very bright and are just perfect for the whole design . The floral pattern in the middle is worth mentioning too. We feel it’s a great Rangoli for those with limited expertise in Rangoli making.
23. This one too is inspired by Lord Ganesha and he adorns the center position in this rangoli. We see the use of different colours in this Rangoli and there are a number of small details in this Rangoli. We love the striking colours used to make this Rangoli stand out.
24. We like this one as it is a very simple and easy to achieve design. We love how diyas add to its beauty. There is a touch from Lord Ganesha in this design too – you can see his symbols are present in the center of the design. We feel this one is easy for anyone and can be at any place of the house. You can change the colours according to your needs.
25. Last but not least, here is a vibrant Floral Rangoli for you all. The colours used are very striking and the design too calls for special attention. We love how the design has been given a twist with floors of flower petals used to raise the height in the middle and the icing on the cake is surely the rose in the middle. The fern like leaves used for decoration, the bright coloured petals and the unique design all make this a very apt design for you to try and get loads of compliments your way
Hope you liked our compilation of Rangoli designs with flowers. Let us know which is your favourite?
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