In this delightful Diwali colouring page for younger children, a young girl paints an intricate rangoli design at the entrance to her house to welcome visitors and the goddess Lakshmi.
Rangoli Colouring Pages
Here is a simple way to create your own rangoli design - using one of our rangoli colouring pages! Use felt tips, crayons or pencils for some traditional colouring fun, or paint the sections in white glue and use glitter, coloured salt, sand or rice to pick out areas of your rangoli! Teachers could make a beautiful classroom display by cutting out the finished rangoli and mounting side-by-side on the wall.
This pretty design can be the base of a rangoli collage using rice, glitter, chalk or petals - or even a playdough mat! It might also be fun to colour it in and then embellish the design with glitter glue, gold pens etc.
Use coloured sand, glitter, rice, petals, confetti - whatever you have at hand - to make a pretty rangoli design using this template as inspiration. Of course you could just colour in the design and embellish as you do. You could even use playdough to make the rangoli...
This is a traditional grid-based rangoli design, where dots are first marked and then loopy lines drawn around them to create a clever pattern. You see these drawn in white chalk powder, and then possibly embellished with other colours.
This pretty circular design is fun to colour in. Use bright rangoli colours or do something completely different!
A star, hearts and quadrilaterals in concentric circles combine to make this rangoli colouring page.
This rangoli colouring page follows a fairly traditional rangoli design, with a flowr in the centre and a pretty border around the edge.
Here's a lovely rangoli colouring page in the shape of a glorious peacock - a bird that often features in rangoli designs.
This pretty rangoli colouring page has repetitions of a five-petal flower with a circular centre. Fairly easy to colour, it is suitable for younger children.