Dusshera is an Indian festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. The victory of Rama over Ravan. The festival triggers a positive, celebratory vibe in Indian households. One way that this expresses itself is through a myriad range of colourful Rangolis. Rangoli is an art form that proudly represents the diverse culture of the country through exquisite colour schemes. Originating in the Indian subcontinent, Rangoli was previously made out of materials such as coloured rice, dry flour, coloured sand or flower petals. We can now find a variety of colours, from classy greys to glittery golds in the market. Organic and inorganic, there is so much to choose for your canvas!
The making of rangolis is not merely a ritual but a tradition that has been passed through generations. No matter the terseness of circumstances a family might be going through, Dussehra is the time of the year when all negativity is relegated to the back of one's mind. There is nothing more fulfilling than a pitch-perfect rangoli design and the smiles beaming with pride after stepping back and admiring the masterpiece.
Various traditions and practices are depicted through rangolis of different regions. In Hindu mythology, the rangolis are etched at doorsteps to embrace the arrival of goddess Lakshmi who is deemed to bring wealth and prosperity into the family. Celebrate the prosperous festival of Dussehra with a beautiful rangoli at your doorway. This Dusshera, begin with nurturing the goodness within you.
While people gear up for the festival of Dussehra, the movie Marjaavaan has caught the attention of the audience, especially due to the picture of Ravan in the poster of the movie. This might have lead audiences to interpret the story as one of good versus evil. The movie is directed by Milap Zaveri and features Sidharth Malhotra and Riteish Deshmukh in the lead roles. Previously, Riteish Deshmukh shared a tweet on social media with the poster of the film.
Tu Dushman hai Lekin tere liye taali bajaane ko dil karta hai. #Marjaavaan releasing on 22nd November 2019— Riteish Deshmukh (@Riteishd) August 23, 2019
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