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Rangoli Flower Carpet

Witness Vijaya Mohan’s Signature Work

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Big, brightly coloured Rangoli patterns are created in living rooms and at the entrances of Indian homes on the morning of Deepavali. Rangoli is traditionally made from dyed rice flour, raw coloured rice, or flower petals. Often, oil lamps and tealight candles are placed on the finished Rangoli to light it up after nightfall. The rice flour and bright colours usually attract insects that come to the home to eat it; this is a tribute to the harmonious coexistence between families and the creatures that come into their homes.

This Deepavali, Vijaya Mohan – an Indian Singaporean is a renowned and acclaimed Rangoli artist, creates her signature work along the Colonnade using an uncanny medium – come see for yourself! For your information, Vijaya holds the Guinness World Record for the largest Rangoli in the World and additionally holds 29 Singapore records in various categories ( the largest, longest, most number of people etc). In honor of Deepavali, Gardens by the Bay hosts an array of Deepavali themed exhibitions and activities. Enjoy a modern take on Rangoli art as it is reimagined with reused bottles!

What: This Deepavali, Vijaya Mohan – an Indian Singaporean is a renowned and acclaimed Rangoli artist, creates her signature work along the Colonnade using an uncanny medium – come see for yourself!

When: October 14-28, 2019.

Where:

Colonnade (Supertree Grove), 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953, Website

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