Rangoli Contest

Rangoli Contest

will be held at

Hindu Temple of Hampton Roads

on Saturday, March 30th, 2019, 11:30 pm check in time

Theme: “Rivers are Life Lines of India” and “Worship of Indian Rivers”

No. of Participants: Minimum 1 person to max of 2 people in a group.

12 Entries will be accepted on a first come first serve basis.

Registration fee is $10 per contestant (Mandatory).

Registration: Interested groups can email with the full names of the participants to Dharti Patel, dhartip777@gmail.com as well as register by clicking on Rangoli Registration on top left corner of this page.

Rangoli Board PickUp: Board’s will be provided by the TOI committee. Participants once registered can contact Dharti Patel for board

pickup details.

Materials to use: Rangoli powder, Colored Sand, Crystal Salt, Glitter powder, Glue.

Judges: Panel of independent judges will decide winners of the competition at around 3:00 pm and top 3 winners Rangoli will be features at Ted Constant Center on April 27th and also there will be exciting prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize winners.

RULES:

  • Participants can get their basic Rangoli design done at home and apply the powders as necessary at the venue.
  • Please report by 11:30 Am, late arrivals after 12:00 pm will result in automatic disqualification.
  • Rangoli will be picked up after the prize distribution is completed. It’s the responsibility of the participant to pick their Board after the event.
  • No die-cuts, pulses or grains allowed.

Further details will be provided upon registration via Email, the week of 19th MARCH 2019

Contact Dharti Patel: dhartip777@gmail.com

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Rangoli is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Rangavalli’.

Rangoli is an art which precedes sculpture and painting. It is both an auspicious and a preliminary necessity in any religious ritual. It is customary to draw rangoli at the site of an auspicious religious ritual such as a holy occasion, a religious festival, a pious function like a wedding.

Rangoli Contest Theme – Rivers of India!