Rangoli is an Indian traditional or folk art, which is generally created on the floor on some festive occasions. This ancient Indian art is believed to have originated in the Indian state of Maharashtra, from where it gradually spread to the rest of the country. 'Rangoli' is a Sanskrit word, signifying a creative expression of art by means of colors. In ancient times, beautiful rangoli patterns and designs were made on the entrances of Indian homes for beautifying them and welcoming the guests.
As a part of our Fun Week festivities, we organised a Rangoli Competition. It was truly a fun event – where all participants had fun playing with colours.