Muggulu is an ancient folk art. It is hand drawn at the main entrance to a home, in most parts of South India, and in some South-asian countries such as Malaysia and Singapore. The traditional medium used to make muggulu is rice flour. Other synthetic white powders and dyes are also used. Muggulu has other regional names such as Rangoli, Kolam, Alpana, Mandana, and Rangavalli.
We have a good collection of Muggulus and rangolis. Hope you'll enjoy them. We also publish member contributed muggulu designs in our site.