Spreading Colors of Joy

Rangoli is basically an art form originating in our motherland India. It is derived from a Sanskrit word ‘Rangavalli’ which literally means the revelation of beauty of a culture and acquisition of auspiciousness. This ritual has an essence of bringing good fortune in the family and being blessed by the almighties. These colourful forms of art not only bring colors in our homes but also make our life colourful. Designs of rangoli are passed on from one generation to the next, keeping both, art form and tradition alive. It is believed that during the time of festivities and other religious rituals, there is a presence of divine and the colors of rangoli take the positive aura of divinity to the fullest. The students of St. Kabir School, Naranpura branch prepared beautiful rangolis depicting ‘Make in India’ Movement of Hon. Prime Minister Shri Narendra modi and the vision of Gandhiji for India, Indo – African Relationship as well as ‘Global Traditions’, advancements in New age India as ‘Equity to Equality’ and last but not the least ‘End of the Evil Deeds’ by depicting Holika Dahan in order to show the win over the bad deeds. The students were asked to use ‘Coconut shells’ as the compulsory material of which the students made very innovative use. All the rangolis were very innovative and it was clearly a visual delight for the parents and tough task for the judges to give marks to.

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