Diwali 2022: Where and how should Rangoli be made on Diwali, know the right Vastu rules - Newztezz Online


Thursday, October 20, 2022

Diwali 2022: Where and how should Rangoli be made on Diwali, know the right Vastu rules

On the day of Diwali, where and what kind of rangoli is made in the house and courtyard, the goddess of wealth Lakshmi runs away, read this article to know.

There is a tradition of decorating the house with auspicious symbols and auspicious symbols on the auspicious festival of Deepawali. There are different religious beliefs behind this. According to a belief, on the day of Diwali, Lord Shri Ram returned to the city of Ayodhya after 14 years of exile and killing Ravana. In the joy of whose arrival, people decorated the entire Ayodhya and lit lamps. Since then till today the tradition of decorating the house with Rangoli, lamps etc. is going on on the day of Diwali. Rangoli made on the day of Diwali is considered a symbol of prosperity. It is believed that Rangoli, which is made outside and inside the house, is made to welcome Goddess Lakshmi, due to which she walks away after being attracted. On the day of Deepawali, how should a Rangoli, which increases auspiciousness and good fortune, be made at which corner of the house and what is its religious significance, let us know it in detail.
  1. The word Rangoli is derived from the combination of two words 'Rang' and 'Avalli' which means – a row of colours. The special importance of making this ancient art on Teej-festivals has been told.
  2. There are many types of Rangoli made inside and outside the house, but it is considered very auspicious to make a lotus-designed Rangoli on the day of Deepawali. According to religious belief, Goddess Lakshmi is soon pleased when a lotus rangoli is made on Diwali, which is considered to be the seat of Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth.
  3. According to Vastu, Rangoli should be made at the main entrance of the house on the day of Diwali. Especially colors like red, yellow, green, pink, orange should be used to make Rangoli at this place. It is believed that by using these colors, positive energy increases. According to Vastu, black color should not be used for Rangoli.
  4. While making Rangoli, your finger and thumb together form Gyanmudra (Pranayama pose). It is believed that these finger postures make your brain more energetic and active, as well as increase your intellectual power.
  5. It is also considered very auspicious to use flour, rice, turmeric, kumkum, flowers and leaves while making Rangoli. If you want, you can also use rice to make Rangoli by dyeing it in different colors on the day of Diwali.

(The information given here is based on religious beliefs and folk beliefs, there is no scientific evidence for this. It has been presented here keeping in mind the general interest.)

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