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#319 the indian welcome

319/365 the indian welcome, originally uploaded by rosipaw.

Rangoli is Indian folk art for special festivals and celebrations, or a welcome to visitors. It consists of coloured rice or flour, and flower petals, intricately arranged in beautiful shapes, often together with candles.

Lots of different rangoli decorated the floors of the foyer when we visited our partner school, St Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School, Meera Bagh, in New Delhi. What a magnificent welcome!

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