Mattu Pongal 2021 Rangoli & Muggulu Designs: Make this beautiful Pongal Pot Rangoli and Kolam pattern, Goodluck will come with happiness

Mattu Pongal 2021 Rangoli & Muggulu Designs: Make this beautiful Pongal Pot Rangoli and Kolam pattern, Goodluck will come with happiness

Mattoo Pongal 2021 Rangoli Design (Photo Credits: Video Screengrab / YouTube)

Mattu Pongal 2021 Rangoli & Muggulu Designs: Happy Pongal 2021! (Happy Pongal) Today, the main festival of crops (Pongal) is being celebrated. Actually, Makar Sankranti is celebrated as Pongal in Tamil Nadu and this festival of crops is celebrated here for four days. The first day of this festival is called Bhogi Pongal, Surya Pongal on the second day, Mattu Pongal on the third day, and Kanam Pongal on the fourth day. This four-day festival is celebrated with pomp in Tamil Nadu, but is also celebrated with joy in the southern states like Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. During this time the houses are decorated with fresh flowers and Rangoli (Rangoli) is made at the main door of the house as a symbol of auspiciousness and happiness.

Actually, Rangoli is considered as an important part of decoration to celebrate the festival of Pongal in South India. In such a situation, we have brought you the tutorial video of Mattu Pongal 2021 latest Rangoli Patterns and Maggulu Designs, with the help of which you can invite happiness and goodluck in your life by making beautiful Rangoli. Check out the adorable designs of Pongal Pot Rangoli, Kolam Pattern and Muggulu here.

Mattoo Pongal 2021 latest rangoli

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Mattu pongal dot rangoli

Significantly, in Hinduism, Rangoli is considered an important part of decoration. Making Rangoli on special celebrations or occasions is considered auspicious. It is said that no festival is complete without it. Rangoli is made with rice flour, fresh flowers and colorful colors. Making Rangoli at the main entrance of the house not only enhances the auspiciousness of the festival, but it enhances the beauty of the house and brings happiness and prosperity in the family.

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