Pongal 2021 Rangoli & Dotted Kolam Patterns: Try these beautiful Muggulu patterns and Rangoli designs to make Pongal special (Watch Videos)

Pongal 2021 Rangoli & Dotted Kolam Patterns: Try these beautiful Muggulu patterns and Rangoli designs to make Pongal special (Watch Videos)

Pongal 2021 Rangoli Designs (Photo Credits: Daily Rangoli Designs, Easy & Simple Rangoli YouTube)

Pongal 2021 Rangoli & Dotted Kolam Patterns: While the festival of Makar Sankranti will be celebrated tomorrow (January 14) in many parts of the country, the festival of Pongal in South India will be celebrated with pomp. In fact, Pongal is also considered important for South Indians, because from this day their new year starts and they celebrate the harvesting of crops with great pomp. On this day, the Sun is worshiped as the giver of food and money. Surya Dev is offered by offering special bhog to the new crop. This festival is celebrated in Tamil Nadu for four consecutive days. This festival of crops celebrated from 14 January to 17 January includes Bhogi Pongal, Surya Pongal, Mattoo Pongal and Kanam Pongal.

The festival of Pongal is mainly celebrated with joy in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh. On this very special occasion, people make Rangoli and Kolam patterns at the main entrance of their houses. If you are also looking for a special Rangoli design or dot kolam pattern for Pongal, then we have brought for you beautiful Muggulu Pattern and Rangoli Designs, which you can easily with the help of these tutorial videos Can make

Pongal Kolam Design 2021

Also read: New Pongal Rangoli Designs 2021 & Muggulu Patterns: Make beautiful Rangoli with dot and pot on crop festival Pongal, see the adorable designs

Easy Maggulu Pattern

Dot Rangoli for Pongal

Pongal 2021 Kolam Design

Also Read: Pongal 2021 Rangoli Ideas & Designs: Make Pongal’s festival special with these adorable designs of pot kolam and dot rangoli (Watch DIY Videos)

Actually, the festival of Makar Sankranti is celebrated with different names throughout the country. In North India, it is celebrated as Khichdi and Makar Sankranti, while in Gujarat it is called Uttarayan. This festival is celebrated as ‘Sankranti’ in Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka. In Tamil Nadu, this festival is celebrated as ‘Pongal’ and in Punjab as Lohri. This festival of crops is very important for farmers.

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