Aipan Designs for Kali Puja 2019: Decorate Your House with This Form of Art from Uttarakhand This Diwali (Watch Video)
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Rangoli designs are really sought after during Kali Puja and Diwali. Whether you make go super creative with it or simply use stencils, no Diwali or Kali Puja is complete without Rangolis. While there are so many types of rangolis like the ones using colour powder, flower petals, grains and pulses, etc. The sky is the limit when it comes to getting creative with rangoli. People of Uttarakhand use a beautiful form of home decorating art as rangoli called Aipan. This traditional folk art is said to be commonly made by women of Uttarakhand during special occasions such as Diwali or household ceremonies such as a wedding. These creative motifs are known to evoke divine power and invite good luck and fortune home. People usually make it in their houses towards off evil. Diwali 2019 Rangoli Designs Using Pulses, Grains and Flowers: Here's How to Decorate Your House Creatively This Deepavali. 

Since Aipan designs are considered holy, in Uttarakhand they are mainly drawn at places of worship. They are also drawn along with the main entry door and the front courtyard of the house. Women try to make the best designs and also pass on their special patterns to their daughters and daughters-in-law.

These day aipan designs are also being replicated as a part of interior decoration or designing various modern-day items.  2019 will see Diwali celebrated on October 29, you might want to choose your aipan design soon. Let us help you with some creative designs for Kali Puja rangoli. Take a look:

 

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Pattern Aipan Design

 

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Aipan Design At The Entrance

 

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Aipan Design With Goddess Lakshmi's Feet

 

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Creative Aipan Pattern

 

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Aipan On Diya

 

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Aipan Design With Swastik

 

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Aipans are considered auspicious during ceremonies like marriages, threading (Janeu), naming ceremony, etc. Each and every Aipan design is said to have a unique significance and is drawn with a certain purpose.