Do you know what a rangoli is? It is deeply embedded in Indian culture and tradition. It is called differently in each province and may have features or patterns that allow an observer which province crafted which rangoli. It is a form of artistic expression with sacred implications for the people of India. It has drawn the attention of the world because of how the tradition has been successfully passed on from generation to generation and because looking at their beautiful creations would tell how richly they treasure that part of their being. Interestingly, Indian women make these rangolis out of rice grains, flour or sand colored with natural dyes or out of flower petals in time for momentous celebrations like weddings and rituals. These days however, commercial colorings can be used. Nevertheless, the patterns are just stunning. This How to Draw Rangoli tutorial will let you draw one. Just follow the instructions of this free How to Draw Rangoli guide and let this be the start of your fascination with this form of art.