India is known as a hometown for festivals and Janmashtami is one of them, it is the day when Lord Krishna was born. It is celebrated with lot of bliss and spirituality all over India. According to hindu mythology Lord Vishnu was reincarnated as Lord Krishna and that day is counted according to the Hindu lunar month. He was born on the 8th day and every year we celebrate it keeping the same count. Apart from being a hometown for festivals India is also known for making rangoli during festivals which is an auspicious part of the most Indian celebrations.
In India, colorful decoration with flowers and Rangoli holds a special place and Krishna Janmashtami is no exception. Some of them try to have Rangoli design signifying Lord Krishna’s favorite accessories like the flute design, peacock feather design, etc. However, some of them choose generic beautiful designs. Let’s have a look at some simple and beautiful Rangoli designs.