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20+ Tulsi Vivah Rangoli Designs That Will Leave You In Awe

Tulsi vivah is the marriage ceremony between the Tulsi goddess and the Amla branch (Shalingram). This ceremony generally marks the ending of monsoon with the beginning of wedding season in India. Tulsi vivah is a Hindu ritual described in the Padma Purana. For the wellbeing of their husbands and families, Hindu married women fast and perform the tulsi vivah puja. Like any other festival and ceremony, this occasion is also celebrated in most beautiful way. Temples and other ceremony places are decorated with lights, and flowers and preparations get started from days before.

Rangoli Designs

Indian festivals are not complete without Rangolis. They are drawn as decoration near the tulsi plant, temples and entrances of different places. They are not mere artistic work or just decoration, they have mythological importance too. The colours of the rangoli designs are believed to bring happiness and good energy into our lives. They are a welcome to all the happiness into our homes.

Tulsi vivah is no exception to rangoli making. This year Tulsi vivah is happening on November 5. If you are planning to decorate your home with rangoli designs, then we have got you covered. We in this article have covered some exceptionally gorgeous and easy doing rangoli designs for tulsi vivah.

1. Tulsi mata in red and green saree with Tulsi plant

This is the rangoli design with a mythological picture of Tulsi goddess wearing a red saree with green top. There is a Tulsi plant on the top giving it a temple like appearance.

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2. Lord Shri Krishna near Tulsi plant

In the rangoli design Lord Shri Krishna who is an avatar of Lord Vishnu is playing flute near the Tulsi plant. The decoration is in a circular form with coconut trees around and white background.

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3. A marriage print Rangoli design

The rangoli design is made in a way of marriage card with Tulsi vivah written on it. There are pictures of drum and other musical instrument along with peacock feather. There is a knot showing the marriage symbol.

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4. Tulsi plant with lamp and other marriage symbols

The rangoli design here is a picture of Tulsi plant in front of which lies a lighted lamp and music instruments. There is also a vessel of water with a tender coconut on it to symbolise auspiciousness.

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5. Tulsi plant with peacocks

This is a simple rangoli design with Tulsi plant and two peacocks on either side of the plant. Ther are also white flowers.

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6. Tulsi plant with a peacock sitting near it

The design shows a small Tulsi plant near which a peacock is sitting. The feathers of peacock are decorated here prettily.

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7. Drums with Lotus and Tulsi plant

In the shape of temple is a lotus flower with other designs below. In front is our musical instrument which symbolise marriage.

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8. Tulsi plant with peacock feather and flute

The below rangoli design is a picture of Tulsi plant with a big peacock feather near it. Ther is also a flute under the Tulsi plant symbolising Lord Vishnu.

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9. A typical Tulsi plant and feather of peacock

Here is a picture of Tulsi plant and temple we all have drawn in our note somewhere in childhood. In addition, there are also a peacock feather and flute. The peacock feather is a symbol of good luck.

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10. A beautiful Tulsi plant and temple

The picture shows a beautifully decorated and festive ready Tulsi plant and temple with lamps and feathers of peacock.

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11. Tulsi plant with banana plants

The picture shows Tulsi plant near a knot which symbolises marriage. There are banana plants near by which also symbolise marriage and auspicious occasions.

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12. Flower centre with symmetrical designs and borders

here is a picture showing an easy to do design with red flower as centre and other symmetric designs along with colourful border.

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13. A fully decorated Tulsi plant and temple

Tulsi goddess is here decorated with all designs and adorns just like any bride.

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14. A classic Tulsi plant and temple

This is a temple which can be seen in old built houses which are made of clay. It has a Swastik sign on it and a lamp.

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15. A pretty decorated Tulsi plant with knots and lamps

In contrast to other pictures this rangoli design has a temple of yellow colour and white knots.

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16. A heart shaped leaf with Tulsi Vivah written

The picture shows a leaf with Lord Shri Krishna on it in white. Tulsi vivah is written in white on red, yellow background.

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17. 2 feathers joining to form base of Tulsi plant pot

Here in the picture is a Tulsi plant in a pot which lies on a base formed by two Peacock feathers. There is a Mangal sutra on Tulsi plant which is a sacred symbol of marriage.

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18. Kolam rangoli designs

This kolam rangoli design is built completely in white. The picture shows a Tulsi plant with temple all in white.

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19. Intricately Tulsi chaura designed with lamp in middle

The design has minute intricate symmetric designs along with space for lighting lamp at the centre.

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20. Garland like decorated Tulsi plant and temple with a bird

The bird in the design can be seen bringing Lotus flower to decorate Tulsi goddess. There are also Lotus flower in the garland around the design.

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21. Mandap with bride and groom and marriage requirements

The design shows Tulsi goddess and Lord Vishnu sitting as bride and groom respectively in front of the sacred fire of marriage.

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22. Rangoli designs with flower and Tulsi leaves

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23. white and yellow designs

The designs are Tulsi plant and temple with yellow borderline. the design is finished with beautiful borders.

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24. A circle containing all the sacred and ancient symbols

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The design shows that there are many small pictures in the circles. They are a turtle, cow, snakes, arrow and bow, Tulsi plant, Shiv ling, conch and many more.

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