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40 Best Rangoli Dots Designs – Part 1


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Here are the 40 best dot rangoli designs to inspire you. Like drawing rangoli dots designs in front of your homes? Then you will love these easy rangoli designs.

This is the part 1 of the 4 part series. Find other parts here: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4

40 Best Dot Rangoli Designs

This Dot Rangoli Design (Kolam Rangoli) here is drawn using white rock powder. This kind of a kolam rangoli can be seen drawn outside south Indian households. This kind of design might look complex but if we notice closely , it is the repetition of five small dot rangoli patterns – kolams which are linked together by curvy patterns in between. To give the overall rangoli design a finished look , curvy outline has been drawn encompassing the five kolams inside. The maroon border used to outline. It is made out of brick powder mixed with water which makes it easily available and also cost effective.


The rangoli design is depicted in the form of a drawing. The design is a very generalized kind and can be seen in any kind of houses. The arrangement of dots in this rangoli is different compared to the usual linear arrangement. The dots after the first row are placed in such a way that each dot lies below but between the two dots of the previous. The design used here as u can see are two kinds which are repeated alternatively. The dots are joined well to make patterns like shells , petals ,leaf etc to make it look nice.


This dot rangoli design is similar to the previous one is many aspects like the arrangement of dots and the place of usage. The patterns such as a flower with multiple layers and a butterfly have been made beautifully using dots. Drawing rangoli patterns like these is also beneficial to your brain as it requires concentration as well as creativity to form such designs. The use of color in such rangoli designs enhances the look and makes it more appealing to the eye.


The kolam / rangoli dots design here looks pretty simple and beautiful as well. Well, yes it is simple. As you can see the pattern used is just one kind. Who can not draw a flower? The use of dots just makes it even more simple. The curves around each flower gives it more volume and makes it look bigger. That is how use of simple curves and some extra lines can add on to the size of your kolam. The use of leaves and flowers gives the kolam a pretty look and also a refreshing feeling to anyone seeing it, indicating a fresh start to the day .


This rangoli is drawn using straight dots with equal set of rows and columns. The rangoli has been drawn just with the use of straight dots. Who cant join two dots to form a line? Its just a matter of creativity and little bit of imagination to come up with wonderful pattern using geometrical shapes. The key point of any rangoli or kolam rangoli / rangoli dots design is the symmetry. This rangoli is symmetrical both horizontally as well as vertically. Wonderful bright color powder has been used to fill up the patterns and also use of diyas give it a brighter look.


An occasion coming up and not much time in hand? This is the one you should go for. The design is plain and simple. You can add as many flowers as you wish and connect them with simple lines and geometrical patterns .The spaces around the flowers are also made use of by simply joining them together. Adding color to them brings out a more completed look and does not look empty or unfinished. The use of colors should be contrasted well so that the flowers look enhanced and pretty.


This rangoli dots pattern is in the form of a drawing. The advantage with this is the clear visibility of the arrangement of dots. The flower petals are increased in number by increasing the number of dots used. It will hence give a new dimension and obviously a new design. In many rangoli designs after the main part is over, you will find a few left over dots. A simple solution to that is to do what ever u feel like. That’s right. Be it an Astrix , a circle , or a tiny flower around it will fill up the spaces and not to worry , it looks good.


The kolam design here is a unique one. The use of dots has been done beautifully to get a pattern of a lady’s hand folded in namestey. We know that the tulsi plant is worshiped by the women of India as it is well known for its medicinal characteristics. The linear arrangement of dots has also been used to depict a pot a tulsi plant in a very clean and evident manner. This design clearly shows the culture and tradition of India. Such kolams are usually drawn in front of the god or deity while offering prayers.


Believe it or not, this rangoli pattern has been made with the use of dots. Beautiful isn’t it? The curvy patterns have been drawn well using the dots. The peacock as we know is the most colorful and beautiful bird . The use of color appropriate justifies the beauty of the bird and the features as we can see have been drawn very well. The alternating floral pattern can be perceived as a lotus flower or just another flower. The use of appropriate colors is the best part about this rangoli.


Rangoli patterns can look different even though we use the same kind of designs . Use of dots well is the key for a beautiful result. In this rangoli, the only design used are flowers . But variation in the petal size, number of petals and also the color gives it a different look. Basically it does not look boring in the end. We can also see that curves have been used to outline the rangoli , and use of various bright colors gives it a more filled and completed look. Last but not the least , the maroon border gives it a traditional touch.

This is the part 1 of the 4 part series. Find other parts here: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4

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