Rangoli is considered an important part of the spiritual process; it might be called the purification of the spirit and the prosperity that lies behind such purification.
Kolam is another name for Rangoli, its mainly drawn mainly during Onum. The Pookalam or floral Rangoli is made on the occasion of Onam in order to auspiciousness to one's home. It is said that King Mahabali whose soul visits the state on the ten days and they belive that King will be happy to see beautiful designs made out of flower on the entrance of the home and hence people believe that the prosperity and happiness of that home is ensured for along time. People draw nakshatram of the day on the Pookalam, for example on the Moolam day, Pookalam is made with four corners while on Thriketta, the representation of the nakshatram is done by making a protrusion on the circle in the form of a hand. There is a popular belief that ten rings or steps of the Pookalam represent the ten deities in the Hindu pantheon. First step defines Ganesha, second defines Shiva and Shakti, third defines Shiva, fourth defines Brahma, fifth defines Pancha Boothangal, sixth defines Shanmughan or Muruga, seventh step defines Guru, eighth step is for ashta digpalakar, ninth defines for Indra and tenth defines Lord Vishnu.
Rangoli is a decorative design made in living rooms and courtyard floors during festivals and ceremonies typically consisting of bright colors. They are meant to be sacred welcoming areas. The purpose of rangoli is decoration, and it is thought to bring good luck.
Design: Made on wooden sheet.
Dimensions:10 inches (L) x 10 inches (W)
Weight: 225 grams
Pacakaging weight: 900 gms
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