Rangoli Designs | Mandana Paglya | Goddess Lakshmi footprints Rangoli for Diwali | ekunji





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Published on Oct 12, 2011

"Paglya" is a specific design of Rangoli or Mandana which represents "Pag" mark (foot print) of Goddess Lakshmi and hence drawn in the homes on Diwali festival.
If you want to learn that how to draw Paglya design of Rangoli (Mandana) then this video could help you. This video describes complete procedure and all the steps of drawing Paglya rangoli design in very easy way.
Rajasthan is land of festivals and colours. There is a tradition to draw Mandana on the floor, walls and windows with Limewater and Geru (Ocher or reddle) to decorate homes on Diwali festival and other festivals.
Purpose of this video is to provide free education about Indian festivals and culture and to conserve it.

Click http://www.ekunji.com/society/indian_... to read about "Lakshi Puja method on Diwali" in detail.

Direction: ekunji
Production: ekunji
Script: Sameer
Music: Sachin
Audio and Sound editing: Sushant Mishra
Artist: Asha Agarwal
Copyright: ekunji

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