Ambari Aane, Chandrayaan – 2 captured in Rangolis

Ambari Aane, Chandrayaan – 2 captured in Rangolis

September 30, 2019

Mysuru: Rangolis are something each of us can easily relate to in this cultural city. Women all over India have deep connection with it and competitions over same aren’t new.  Keeping the festive season in mind, the Mahila and Makkala Dasara Sub-Committee had organised a State-level Rangoli design contest in front of Mysore Palace here this morning.

About 80 participants including children from several districts participated in the event creating some amazing rangoli designs like Ambari elephant, Goddess Durga, various flowers, animals and the sun. A characteristic drawing was Chandrayaan – 2 by Anita from Mysuru with a caption ‘Failure is also a step to success.’

First three winners in women’s category: N.G. Swethasri, T. Chandrakala and Janakamma. Winners among children: Meghana, Honnusri and Varsha.


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