Rangoli – intricate, brightly coloured Indian floor drawings traditionally made with dyed rice powder – are created to mark special occasions such as festivals, weddings and births. World-renowned rangoli (Indian floor drawing) artist Vijaya Mohan estimates that she has created close to 10,000 artworks since she first learnt how to draw them as a child in Tamil Nadu, South India. She set the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest rangoli in 2003, and has adapted this traditional art form into a contemporary, inclusive art form that spans cultures and communities.
Our pioneer generation has always given much of themselves to us! Watch our friends recount their memories as they honour the pioneers who have given them the greatest gift possible – a better today. #GreatestGift #sgmemory