The auspicious festival of Makar Sankranti is arriving. Dedicated to the deity Surya (Sun), the festival marks the first day of the sun’s transit into Makara (Capricorn), marking the end of the month with the winter solstice and begins the longer days. Makar Sankranti 2020 falls on January 15. Also known as the harvest festival, the day means colours, new clothes, guests at home, delicacies, and hullaballoo—in short joy and happiness. Each house corners are adorned with simple rangoli designs for Makar Sankranti. They are gorgeous, and you cannot take your sight away from the traditional patterns that enhance the overall festive decorations to celebrate the harvest festival. Hence, on the auspicious occasion of Makar Sankranti 2020, here we bring you quick and beautiful rangoli patterns, each with a DIY video attached to it so that you can spread the joy on the harvest festival. January 2020 Festivals, Events and Holiday Calendar: Makar Sankranti to Republic Day; Know All Important Dates and List of Fasts for the Month.
Rangoli is a creative decorative design made on the floor, at the centre, in corners and even at the entrance of houses during the festivals or special events. It is a tradition that Indians have been following since one can remember. There are different types of rangoli designs—dots rangoli design, flower rangoli design and much more. Each has its own significance and beauty that charms the festive season. And one does not have to be an expert in making those patterns. On the holy occasion of Makar Sankranti 2020, try out these easy and latest rangoli patterns. From the Til Gud Ladoo to Moong Dal Ki Khichdi, Traditional Recipes To Celebrate The Harvest Festival.
1. Rangoli Design Using Fork and Just Two Colours:
This is one of those unique design that will instantly brighten those white tiles at home. How? Just follow as the creator proceeds. Using just a fork, two colours (white and pink) and some basics, create this beautiful design to welcome Makar Sankranti.
2. Latest Rangoli Design:
You can make it at the centre or the corner; this traditional pattern has all the charm you need. The bright colours that depict the sun dawn, colourful kites and some conventional design to give it an excellent end. This rangoli pattern will enhance your already adorned house to celebrate the harvest festival.
3. Makar Sankranti Special Rangoli Design:
Makar Sankranti is also known as the festival of kites for people living in Gujarat. So why not add that beauty in your rangoli? It might seem a little tricky, but with the accurate time and close observation, the design can nicely pop out.
4. Makar Sankranti Rangoli Pattern:
This is the gorgeous design. If you can make it, you will surely be the talk of this festive season. Again, this pattern is not easy, but worth an attempt or two. This Makar Sankranti, just give this design a try!
These are some of the rangoli designs for both beginners and experts. You can easily make it at home, and it will not take much time of yours. Choose the perfect one and get started to mark Makar Sankranti.