Sat, 23 Oct|
Number 28 Community Hall
In partnership with Number 28 Community Centre, Belper.
Time & Location
23 Oct 2021, 10:00 – 15:00
Number 28 Community Hall, 28 Market Pl, Belper DE56 1FZ, UK
About the Event
Join in the workshop and create your own rangoli design on a tile using rice and pulses and take it home and decorate your doorstep. Let this anicent Indian decoration ushers in wealth and joy into your home in this season of light. Workshop suitable for age 6+.
Rangoli is an ancient art form originating in the Indian subcontinent, in which symmetrical patterns are created on the floor usually at the entrance of a home during Diwali using materials, such as flowers, coloured sand, rice and pulses, to welcome goddess of wealth and good luck. It represents happiness, positivity, prosperity and good health for all the households.
Supported by Belper Town Council and Arts Councilof England.
Rangoli Workshop 23/10/21
Suitable for age 6+£5.00+£0.13 service fee