Sangita's Rangoli Art

  • Rangoli is a mixture of Indian Art and Craft.
  • Traditionally it uses vibrant coloured powders to create impressive patterns on the floor with finger tips.
  • Contemporary materials include pulses, lentils, coloured rice, coloured desiccated coconut, pasta, wax, felt.
  • Rangoli is created onto a canvas which includes paper, card, wood, thali(steel dish), floor.
  • Geometrical shapes and floral designs are meticulously created using these materials onto the selected canvas.

  • Commissions are taken for a Rangoli in a size, material and scene to suit your needs.
  • Some ready to hang 3D Rangolis are in stock for sale, please contact me.
  • Examples of Rangoli created using a variery of materials follow.
  • I have created my own contemporary style which allows the finished 3D Rangoli to be hung on an interior wall.

  • Sangita is pleased to offer Rangoli workshops which cover both traditional and contemporary methods.
  • Workshops are suitable for children, adults, family learning, etc.

    3D Rangoli Artwork created during group workshops
    Rangoli using pulses & lentils 6feet x 2feet (Swindon Mela 07) Rangoli using coloured rice 4feet x 4feet (Swindon Mela 08). View Video
    Cross culture Rangoli using pulses, lentils, paint 4feet x 2 feet (St Josephs 09)
    Rangoli using pulses & lentils (Flux-Uplands 08) Group Rangoli using lentil & pulses (Swindon Carers 10). View Video
    Rangoli using pulses & lentils (Flux-Isambard 08) Rangoli using pulses & lentils (Lyndhurst Centre 08)
    Cross culture Rangoli using pulses, lentils, paint 4feet x 2 feet (St Marys 09) Cross culture Rangoli using pulses, lentils, paint 4feet x 2 feet (Chipphenam 09)
    Rangoli using pulses & lentils (Ruskin Junior 10) Rangoli using pulses & lentils (St Catherine's 08)
    Rangoli using pulses & lentils (Underground Youth Club 09)


    3D Rangoli Artwork created for sale
    Traditional Rangoli using coloured powders Rangoli using coloured desiccated coconut
    Rangoli using Thermacol Rangoli using pulses & lentils

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