The auspicious occasion of Krishna Janmashtami falls on September 2 this year and as the midnight sky takes over, people celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna with festivities and God’s favourite delicacies and with Colourful Rangoli Designs.
Since this festival is about celebrating the arrival of God in our lives, devotees decorate their houses and make special food times that Krishna loves. Rangoli, hence, is an integral part of the festival decoration.
Made of dry colours, rangoli is a design drawn on the floor of the house entrance as a symbol to welcome the guests. The colours denote happiness and festive fervour and are handmade by the women of the house.
In most parts of India, rangoli is an everyday routine for women and they consider it extremely auspicious. These days we get a variety of stencils to make the process easier for women who either do not know how to make a rangoli or have less time.
Krishna Janmashtami Special Rangoli Designs