Ganpati Rangoli Design | Simple Ganesh Rangoli 2022 – Design #11

Ganpati Rangoli Design, Simple Ganesh Rangoli, Ganesh Rangoli Designs

Name of Rangoli Design:  Ganpati Rangoli Design | Simple Ganesh Rangoli 2022 – Design #11

Materials Required:  To make the outline of the Ganpati rangoli design, you can use rice flour, chalk powder, or white rangoli powder.  Using white for outlining the simple Ganesh rangoli is considered sacred because white signifies purity, innocence, peace, and simplicity.  Make your Ganpati rangoli design freehand by taking the rangoli material between your thumb and forefingers and letting it flow freehand.  If you are not comfortable freehand, use a mehndi cone or a tube.

Steps 1 to 10 of Ganpati Rangoli Design – Face and Trunk

After you have selected the surface to draw this simple Ganpati rangoli design, start drawing the Ganesh rangoli as shown in images of steps 1 to 10.  The first 10 steps of drawing this simple Ganesh Rangoli design will involve drawing the outline of the Ganesh Ji’s face and trunk.

After completing step 10, look at the image that you have drawn; is it looking like our step 10 image?  If your answer is in the affirmative, then you have completed the first stage of making this Ganpati Rangoli Design.  Let’s move to the next stage of making this Simple Ganesh Rangoli.

Steps 11 to 21 of Ganpati Rangoli Design – Ears and Head

Start from the right or the left side of Ganesh Ji’s face and start drawing the ears first.  After you have finished drawing the ears, ensure that your design is matching the step 14 of our simple Ganesh rangoli.  Steps 15 to 21 will involve 7 simple steps to draw the head of our simple Ganesh rangoli design.

Steps 22 to 28 of Simple Ganesh Rangoli – Neck

Draw the neck of our simple Ganesh rangoli as shown in 7 simple steps from 22 to 28.

Steps 29 to 42 of Simple Ganesh Rangoli – Tusk, Half Tusk, and the Trunk

In steps 29 to 42 of this simple Ganesh rangoli, we will start drawing the left tusk and right half tusk of Ganesha, as well as the arms.  Compare your simple Ganesh Rangoli design with our design as shown in stage 42.  If it matches, you are good to go ahead.

Story behind Ganpati’s half-tusk

You might have noticed Ganpati’s half tusk.  There is an interesting legend behind this.  While Ganesh Ji was writing the Mahabharata, the feather he was using to write it down broke in between.  Veda Vyasa who was dictating the Mahabharata did not stop.  Therefore, in order to keep up with the flow of Veda Vyasa’s dictation, Ganesh Ji broke his left tusk and continued writing down the Mahabharata.

Steps 43 to 63 of Ganpati Rangoli Design  – Finer Details

By now you have completed drawing the outline of Ganesh Ji’s face and trunk.  In steps 43 to 63 of this Ganpati rangoli design, we will add finer details to Ganesh JI’s ears, eyes, and the head.  Follow the steps as shown in the images of steps 43 to 63.

Steps 64 to 74 of Simple Ganesh Rangoli  – Final Stage

As shown in steps 64 to 74 of this simple Ganesh Rangoli, we will start decorating Ganesh Ji’s arms and the trunk with simple curved lines and dots on the trunk.  Step 74 is the final step of creating this beautiful Ganpati rangoli design.

Simple Ganesh Rangoli: Final Design

Here is the final image of Ganpati rangoli design.  You can decorate your Ganesh Rangoli with various colours.

We hope you liked the presentation and enjoyed designing this simple Ganesh Rangoli.

How to make rangoli coloured powder at home?

You can either buy readymade rangoli powder from the market or you can make it on your own.  Traditionally women used household items from the kitchen to make rangoli/muggulu/kolam designs.  Using household items, such as rice flour powder, haldi, Kumkum, gulal, spices, grains, for rangoli designing is considered auspicious.

You can use either the rice flour or salt to make the rangoli coloured powder.  Take rice flour or salt in a container with lid.  Add food colour and vinegar to it.  Cover the container with lid and shake it well until the blend gets mixed up well. Finally spread the mixture on a clean cloth or a newspaper and let it dry.

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