Rangolis are a big part of Indian culture and can also be called Alpana, Aripoma, or Kolam. Particularly at Diwali time you will see many houses have a colourful rangoli at the entrance of their home. Rangoli said to derive from 'Rang' and 'Aavalli' means row of colours. Rangoli is a colourful symmetrical design made mostly from coloured powder and rice.
When kids are young though this can be very messy so to introduce the children in your life to rangolis check out our bright and colourful 26 piece rangoli jigsaw puzzle with a divo/diva light at its centre. 7.25 inches in size (over 18cm) when complete it'll be a beautiful addition to your Diwali decorations and the kids will feel involved also. While 26 pieces the circular pattern and symmetry makes it a bit trickier to put together, we therefore recommend this puzzle for ages 4/5+ depending on their puzzle ability. The puzzle comes in a compact box (130mm x 175mm x 37mm) with an image of the design on the front.
For older children we also have a double sided 72 piece rangoli puzzle in our shop.
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