Looking for beautiful Rangoli Design Ideas on Lakshmi for this Diwali? Here are 9 selected simple rangoli designs that you can seek inspiration from.
One of our favorite festival Diwali is here. And, like every year, we hope you are busy making preparation to celebrate this beautiful festival of lights. While Diwali celebration marks the homecoming of Lord Ram, Sita, and Laxman after 14 years of exile, many people perform Laxmi Puja on this day.
Laxmiji, who is the Goddess of wealth, is worshipped to bless the family and house with prosperity. Based on the mahurat of prayer time, the Puja is performed in the evening on Diwali day. And, to welcome Goddess Lakshmi, many people draw beautiful rangolis and Paduka (footsteps) on the entrance of their houses.
It is believed that Goddess Laxmi loves going to houses that are well cleaned and are beautifully decorated. Hence, many of her devotees start cleaning their houses several days in advance for Diwali and prepare Lakshmi Pujan rangolis along with other beautiful Rangolis.
In order to welcome Goddess Laxmi, they also draw Shripada or Goddess Lakshmi’s footprints at the entrance of the house pointing inwards. This drawing of Shripada symbolizes the entry of Goddess Lakshmi in the house of her devotee.
Hence, here are some of the selected Lakshmi Rangoli Designs or drawing of Shripada to bring positive energy and prosperity to your house. We hope you would enjoy and make these best Lakshmi Rangoli designs for Pujan this Diwali:
Aren’t they beautiful?
Through IFORHER’s Eco-friendly Diwali Series, we request our every community member to celebrate Diwali in an eco-friendly way. Because this earth belongs to our kids as much as it to us. So, let’s try our best to give them the cleaner air to breathe.