This rangoli was made by the students of the Mathematics Club on July 22, celebrated as Pi Day.
This is a rangoli I have shown before, drawn by the teachers, on the day of farewell to the last batch.
This is a rangoli made using flower petals by the Kindergarten children , on the day of Onam festival in July.
In South India, a rangoli from white granite powder is made fresh every morning at the entrance of the houses to bid welcome to visitors, gods and good thoughts. The next morning the old rangoli is swept away and a fresh one is made. The impermanence of the rangoli reflects the impermanence of the world around us, and tells us not to be attached to material things.
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