Pongal 2020 Kolam and Rangoli Design: Simple Sankranthi Muggulu And Beautiful Dot Patterns For The Harvest Festival (Watch Videos)

Pongal Kolam designs (Phoot Credits: easy rangoli, Daily Rangoli Designs YouTube)

Pongal is here and preparations are going on. The most important festival of Tamil Nadu witnesses large scale celebrations across the state. And kolam, a traditional art form, or rangoli also known as Muggulu is an integral part of the festivities. The harvest festival is incomplete without those beautiful designs being drawn outside homes ahead of the festival. Pongal is a beautiful design made from white colour, generally drawn using rice powder. Pongal is a four-day harvest festival which begins on January 15 and continues to January 19. And as the Pongal 2020 approaches, we bring to you latest videos of beautiful kolams and Sankranthi Muggulu with dots which you can draw outside your door this festive season. These rangoli designs are sure to lift up the look of your house. Simple Rangoli Designs for Makar Sankranti 2020: Quick and Beautiful Rangoli Patterns to Celebrate the Harvest Festival (Watch Videos)

You can also add colours to the designs and enhance its look. Pongal Kolam competitions are also held which witnesses an array of beautiful designs. Drawing kolams outside homes are believed to be auspicious and hence people make it during festivals and other similar events. Rangoli competitions witnesses varying types of designs ranging from the coolest to quirky ones. Check out some of the simple and beautiful Pongal kolam to add flavour to your celebrations. Pongal 2020 Healthy Recipes: 5 Lip-Smacking Dishes to Bring Out the Flavours of South Indian Cuisine in Your Kitchen.

Beautiful Kolam Design For Pongal:

Simple Pot Kolam:

Easy Rangoli Kolam with 3 Dots:

Dot Rangoli:

Beginners Easy Kolam Design:

While these are some of the best kolams, you can also bring in your creativity and convert it into a special one. Kolams are a traditional part of the celebrations in Tamil Nadu since ages and has evolved into varying designs. Meanwhile, we wish everyone celebrating Happy Pongal in advance!

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