100+ Beautiful Rangoli Design for India Independence Day and Republic Day

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Rangoli (or kolam or Muggu) is a traditional folk art of Indian which is made out of different colors. These colors are in powder form and they are designed on occasions. Different pictures, signs and symbols are drawn with the help of rangoli designs and colors. This post shows more than fifty ideas of independence day and republic day rangoli designs that are related to Indian flag, 26 January, 15th August and three colors. This post also shows 50+ Peacock Rangoli Designs, and Rangoli design for Diwali. You can make these patriotic rangoli patterns at home, office or any public place to show your love towards India.

Why Republic Day is celebrated

Many people throughout India celebrate the nation’s Republic Day, which is a gazetted holiday on January 26 each year. It is a day to remember when India’s constitution came into force on January 26, 1950, completing the country’s transition toward becoming an independent republic.

Why Independence Day is celebrated

India celebrates Independence Day on August 15 each year. India became an independent nation on August 15, 1947, so a gazetted holiday is held annually to remember this date.

The Indian Independence Day is a very special day in Indian history and celebrated every year with great splendor, joy, and respect for Mother India. Everyone wants to make this day special by doing something for nation, On this occasion, girls draws the beautiful Rangolis in front of Indian Flag, because this is also the festive moments for Indians.

Here we have added Patriotic Rangoli designs, Indian Flag Rangoli Designs, Tri-color Rangoli Design, Desh Bhakti Rangoli Pictures on Peacock Pigeon & Tiranga patterns, Easy 15 August Rangoli Designs Pics for school & colleges, Simple Indian Map Rangoli Pattern for competitions and Flowers Rangoli in our collection, so you can express your love towards this beautiful nation.

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Make this beautiful rangoli using flower petals, leaves and rangoli powder. Draw this special rangoli design on Independence Day or Republic Day to show your patriotism towards India.

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Beautiful Rangoli made at Little Angels City Center on Independence Day.

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“Freedom” depicted by the the Indian tradation of Rangoli.

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Children celebrating the Independence Day with their colorful rangoli of our National flag.

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Swastik rangoli design in tri-color: Chalk out a rhombus shape in dotted base. Now make these four sided patterns with white. Make three layers of it so that you can put three different colors. Make sure that the shapes are uniform so that the design comes out neat. Color the middle with blue instead of black, like you see in the rangoli design. Blue would signify the Ashok Chakra.

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This Independence Day or Republic Day spread the message of love and peace through your rangoli design. This is an interesting rangoli pattern which includes the shapes of our world, dove birds and also the tricolors in a sash-like shape. Give a bright base like you see in shades of mauve and purple. Now drawn a circular pattern and add blue. Chalk out shapes to make countries and then draw the dove birds. These birds signify hope, peace, joy and love, and you too can add similar words over the tri-color.

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Create this gorgeous peacock rangoli design for Independence Day or Republic Day, which has been enhanced by different designs in the tri-color shades. The colors of saffron, white and green has been added to the body of the peacock and they make internal intricacies in a big peacock pattern. Right in the stomach of the bird, we see a circular shape chalked out, which makes the entire Ashok Chakra. It is accompanied by a design of Gandhiji’s charkha (spinning wheel).

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Make this elegant peacock rangoli design on 26th January (Republic Day), the day India became Republic. To show your love toward India. Try to make it as neat as possible so you should go by your skills and comfort.

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