Friday, 12 June 2015

Top 10 Kundan Rangoli Designs And Patterns


Top 10 Kundan Rangoli Designs And Patterns

The colourful and decorative rangolis have been adorning the courtyards and floors of homes of Hindu people since ages. Regardless of the festival or occasion for celebration, Rangolis have been nurturing the Hindu tradition & culture with their unwavering design and style.
With the changing times however, even these traditional Rangolis have evolved into newer and more impressive forms. The latest artistic innovation of traditional style rangolis are the Kundan Rangolis. Created out of beads, rhinestones & ornamental pieces like plastic gems on thick acrylic sheets, the best thing about these beautiful Kundan rangolis is that these can easily be arranged the way you want & look equally elegant on floor as well as on the wall of your house.

Featured below are the Top 10 Kundan Rangoli Designs

Dulhan Kundan Rangoli:

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Dulhan Rangoli
This innovative Dulhan Kundan Rangoli is the perfect choice for wedding ceremonies and festivals. It can also be used as an art piece for the centre table or corner table or in the Pooja Ghar. This Dulhan Rangoli can also go as a great gift idea for a friend or family.

Kairi Shaped Kundan Rangoli:
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This beautifully assembled Kairi Shaped Kundan Rangoli consists of 6 kairi shaped pieces arranged around a circular center piece. The kairi pieces can be arranged either with their tips on the outside or inside as per your choice.

Swastik Kundan Rangoli:

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Given the fact that swastika is a must for most festive decorations and pooja rooms, this brand new decorative Swastik Kundan Rangoli looks gorgeous on the floor. This beautiful set of 5 detachable rangoli pieces looks absolutely stunning during the festivities & weddings and can also be presented as a gift to someone.

Spade Shaped Kundan Rangoli:
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 Add colour and style to your Diwali, Ganesh Utsav, Navratri and other festive and wedding decorations with this beautiful Spade Shaped Kundan Rangoli. Extremely easy to assemble and remove, this kundan rangoli is lightweight and very easy to handle and store. The best thing is that, the same set of 5 detachable rangoli pieces can be arranged into different patterns.

Flower Shaped Kundan Rangoli:
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These intricately designed Flower Shaped Kundan Rangolis look especially beautiful as a decoration in the puja room. Though intricately designed, the 6 flower pieces and 1 center piece are extremely lightweight and pretty easy to handle, maintain and store.

Leaf Shaped Kundan Rangoli:
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INDIA HANDICRAFTS
This colourful handmade Leaf Shaped Kundan Rangoli is the latest trending rangoli for this festive season. This multi-coloured rangoli consists of 6 leaf shaped petals and 1 center piece that can be innovatively designed to form various patterns.

Wooden Based Kundan Rangoli
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A welcome variation to the acrylic kundan rangolis, this Wooden Based Kundan Rangoli looks awesome on all kinds of floors. In addition, the bright golden base of the rangoli decorated colourfully with red and green stones and beads set off the entire look of the rangoli, making it a perfect addition to any d├ęcor.

Double Kairi Shaped Kundan Rangoli:
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This colourful handmade Double Kairi Shaped Kundan Rangoli consists of 4 double kairi shaped pieces arranged beautifully around 1 circular center piece. The double kairi pieces are decorated with bright blue, pink and green beads and stones & can be rearranged to form various innovative patterns.

C Shaped Kundan Rangoli:
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HANDICRAFT

This innovatively and intelligently designed C Shaped Kundan Rangoli is designed using bright blue and pink stones and beads. The 6 C shaped rangoli pieces can easily be arranged with their curves facing inside or outside around 1 circular center piece.

Modak Shaped Kundan Rangoli:
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The Modak Shaped Kundan Rangoli is yet another innovative and elegant rendition of kundan rangolis. This rangoli is made of 4 perfectly shaped yellow modak shaped acrylic around 1 blue square center piece lined with bright green beads. This bright coloured kundan rangoli looks especially gorgeous on dark floors.

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Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Kundan Rangolis For This Festive Season

Decorative Kundan Rangolis For This Festive Season

The sky is turning a different hue and the moist fragrant air is a pleasant reminder that it would soon be time to bid goodbye to the scorching summers and for the festivities to make their presence felt.
Talking of festivities… no festive season can be complete without the age-old traditions that go hand-in-hand with every Indian festival. The most common tradition being the art of etching out big rangolis made of flowers, leaves, coloured sands or rice, to adorn the courtyard of your house, living room or the puja room. However, with the changing lifestyles and increasing number of working women, it’s not always possible to etch out or for that matter, even maintain such big works of art, especially if you belong to a metropolitan city.

Transparent Kundan Rangolis come up as nothing less than a blessing in disguise for accommodating traditions in today’s busy lifestyle. These beautiful pieces of art can be rearranged the way you want and can easily be dismantled for easy storage and maintenance. These decorative kundan rangolis are a perfect replacement to the traditional rangolis but require less maintenance and can be reused anytime anywhere you want!!


Just in case you are one of those who love to browse options before zeroing down on your choice, then IraCreations brings for you an unmatched range of Kundan Rangolis at the best prices. All you need to do is to make a selection and place your online order. Yes it’s that easy!! So, get your fingers working and gear up for the festivities… They are just round the corner.


Monday, 29 September 2014

Ira Creations on Social Media

IRA CREATIONS on SOCIAL MEDIA.

Hello Friends,

Wish you all a very Happy Navratri.

Kundan Rangoli
Ira Creations Swastika
Last week has certainly been quite eventful for Ira Creations with respect to sales as well as its promotions on social media. 
Kundan Rangoli
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 We got a good response from customers here in Nagpur at Vastu Vision. Customer just loved our products. 

On the First day of Navratri, Ira Creations launched its website www.iracreations.com. No you can directly buy products form the webiste.

It has its own twitter handle with name creationsira
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Big Swastik for Diwali
Also we uploaded our First video on YouTube for customer on how to use the Kundan Rangoli at Home. To see the video Click Here
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We are soon going to come up with our Bang Bang new offers on 2nd Oct on the eve of Gandhi Jayanti.





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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Celebrate Festival Season With Ira Creations

Celebrate Festive Season in Special Way with Ira Creations


With a whole lot of festivities just round the corner, it’s the perfect time to welcome our gods and goddesses in a special way. The age old tradition of welcoming our deities has been to put colourfully patterned rangolis on the floor of courtyards or living rooms, usually with the help of dry flour, coloured sand, coloured rice or flower petals.

However, in today’s busy lifestyle, it’s not always possible for women especially the working ladies to etch out big rangolis or take time out for buying flower petals and coloured sands or rice. To help all such working women & families not wanting to compromise on their age old tradition of putting rangolis, here is the perfect solution.

Ira Creations offers an array of intricately handmade kundan rangolis that look as beautiful and traditional as original rangolis but save you from the hassles of buying rangoli material. These rearrangeable pieces of decorative kundan rangolis are perfect for adoring the floor of your courtyard, living room or puja room and are available in varied price range to suit your requirement.
While the traditional rangolis do not last for long and need to be wiped or washed off once they are a day or two old, these transparent kundan rangolis can be used year after year. The most interesting and useful thing is that, you can set up these pieces within minutes anyplace you like. In fact, any member of the family can arrange the pieces of these kundan rangolis so that the ladies can have time to look into other important preparations.

Yet another interesting fact is that, with the help of online shopping option offered by Ira Creations, you can have several different patterns of rangolis always available at hand. All you need to do is to pick up the patterns of your choice and place an online order for the same.


So what are you waiting for?? Pick up your choice of decorative kundan rangoli now and keep your art and tradition alive in a special way this festive season. 

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Trip to Sole Hill Station in Vidarbha - Part 1

It wasn't a usual lazy Saturday morning but a weekend which soulfully started at 05:30 AM with cold breeze carrying the blanket of cloud over our head making way for Sun God to throw  its pristine sunlight over Mother Earth. With Dusk just round the corner 4 of us (Me, My wife, my cousin and his wife) started our journey to sole hill station in Vidarbha region i.e Chikhaldara from Center point of India 'Nagpur'. Impression of Dzire headlights started to fade with passing time and rising sun, we left city with the speed of 110 KPMH via NH6  listening to Atif Aslam's mesmerizing songs.

It was a great feeling of relaxation after a tough 5 days of work. We all wanted to just be in the moment and enjoy each and every second of the trip thinking if we could stop the time. But, how can you stop it. Only thing I was able to stop was thinking about future and past. Within no time we bypassed Amravati  feeling hungry to to have something Chatpata*.

Steadily we took a diversion towards Chikhaldara driving through the single lane State Highway via Paratvada. Just after having an unsatisfactory breakfast at Paratvada, we saw something which brought our mood back on track, we saw ourselves closing to Satpura Range wearing a thick grey blanket of clouds.. Crossing the Ghats of the Mountain was one of its experience with clouds ready to shower we could see and small river making its way between the two mountains it was a picturesque to be painted, if I ever could.

Reaching Chikhaldara, we headed straight to see Bheem Kund which broke my childhood myth about the story behind the place. This was the place where Keechaka was killed by Bheema and thrown into the Valley. Being Acrophobic I was feeling butterflies in my stomach looking into the valley which made me wonder how would people like Bheema used to travel in such dangerous deep valley 5000 years ago.

Devi Point is a temple which is inside a cave where chilling water is continuously dropping and no one knows the source of it. just next to the cave there is a Waterfall which is a must to get drenched. When we got inside the waterfall which is covered with huge tree all around, it started falling cats and dogs and wind was blowing at 200 KMPH with threatening thunders making cacophonous all around. Another 5 mins whole area got vacated and we were the only ones present in the whole premises. Water started turning Brown from White in color and started hitting our heads like rocks. It was like taking Ice Bucket Challenge every second. It was frightening but adventurous, Imagine, you are under a waterfall with heavy rains around and there is a deep valley just next you with thunders having its own gala time and Fog which is not ready to let you see beyond 5 meters and only source of inspiration was the temple next to me.

Being totally drenched we left the temple, it was late in the afternoon and we were on our way to nearby restaurant on a empty road with rains still pouring I was sharing my experience of heavy rains with my family and suddenly I heard a sound of someone crying out loud in pain. We tried to look around and there was no one there and voice was coming from inside the jungle around. My cousin being aware of the area as he alerted me saying its either its goons or some bad spirit. I quickly called my driver and asking him to get the Car who was at restaurant and for next five mins we just kept walking ignoring the pleading voice and sooner the headlights of Car fell on my eyes I felt like true God has come to save us.

After lunch we resumed our journey to Melghat Tiger Reserve, Semadoh which was 25 KMs from Chikhaldara. Being a tiger reserve we wanted reach hotel before it got dark and intermittent rains were playing a good catalyst for fear in my heart.

At Semadoh, we stayed at government guesthouse which is next to Sipna River, (Sipna means Sagwan the type of wood in local Language). We reached there at around 5:30 PM and Sun God were about to sign off from its duties. There was neither Electricity nor mobile network. We checked in and went to our rooms built inside the jungle on the banks of  brown colored Sipna river.

It was the freshest air I have ever breathed in Mahrashtra. Place was so silent that you can even hear your own heart beats. We quickly changed and as rain had stopped we went next to the river and spent quality time with our partners there enjoying Mother Nature and Thanking God for making it so beautiful and allowing us enjoy it.

I can still hear that river flowing in my ears. If you don't have a torch you can't even see a person standing next to you. It was pitch dark but equally calm over there in Semadoh. Electricity came and stayed with us for whole night.

 You can ask the cook of the guesthouse and he can cook the food for you of your own choice. Expect only simple village food over there. We played cards till midnight. Also tried taking a walk in between into the jungle hoping to see some animals. It is said there are 75 tigers in this tiger reserve but we were unlucky to see even a peacock.

With the mixed feeling of fear of wild animals and excitement of the same we went to bed at 1:00 AM in the Night after the whole long tiring but priceless day.

Next event full day will be discussed with you in the following blog..

*Opportunity: To all the aspiring entrepreneur reading this blog, there is no good restaturant for having breakfast at NH6 between Nagpur to Amravati for having breakfast. See if you can cash is opportunity waiting to be bagged.

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Tanha Pola : Aali Re Marbat.

Tanha Pola


Pola a Festival to celebrate Agriculture is celebrated with full joy and happiness here in our Agrarian country India specially in Maharashtra. It is celebrated on last day of Auspicious Month of Shravan.  On this day all the farmers thank their friend (Ox) by decorating them like a Queen or King and then go Home to Home to take blessings.

On the very next day another festival named Tanha Pola (Chota Pola) is celebrated mainly by the kids where they carry small cattle in toy form. All the kid in a locality gather at one place and engage the racing competition for their toys. After that kids go with their toys to round whole locality asking for Bakshish. Its a cheerful time for kids and their parents.

But there is one more unique thing that happens on the same day only in Nagpur. It is MARBAT. The main reason behind celebrating Marbat at Nagpur is to protect the City from the attack of Vicious Spirits. On this day people create the statues of all the evils events in a form of "Badgya" (see Pic) and take the procession out around the Nagpur. Then these statues are burnt in presence of people  of the area. This ritual commemorates the burning of Evil spirits.


Major attractions in Marbat procession are Pili Marbat and Kali Marbat. Statues of these two marbats are carried all round the city over the shoulders of the organizers. All the people try to take blessing from these Marbat by touching their feet. It is believed that if a Small new born kid get her blessing then they wont be affected by any disease in the life time. Also believed that if you cross under the Marbat the all the ailments will be vanished.  This years the major issues like Black Money, Ebola, Monsanto are burnt in form of Badgya.

Thousands of people come from nearby villages to see this procession. Youngster celebrate it by dancing all the way from Start point to end point on the Music. Its actually a treat to watch these rituals and festivals being celebrated.

 May all the evil from this world get vanished this pola.

Gheyun Jaaa Reee Maarbaat... (Marbat take all evil along with you).

Thought: Will just taking out these kind of procession help us to Win over Evil. Or  Evil is sitting inside us whom we need to burn by doing good work and helping others.  Just Think Over It. For others Gheun jaa re marbat,

Enjoy the Pics Below


Black Money Badgya

Monsanto Badgya

Aya re Badgya

Nagpur Crowd for Marbat

Rally view from Itwari Nagpur.

Tanga Stand Nagpur.

Pili Marbat : Best of all

Aali re Pivli Marbat

Enjoying crowd

Aali re Kaali Marbat

Kaali Marbat

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Kaali Marbat




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Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Sanskar Vs Sex Education

Here we try write about the critical issue, Sanskar Vs Condoms

What do you think can better Sankar help India to reduce the  no of cases of AIDS or I can be done by the better sex education in India.

We believe that time has come where we understand ,accept and be practical that Sex Education is must in todays world rite from the tender age.

We are not saying that Sanskar has no role to play. But on the contrary we must also accept that nobody gives their children a Bad Sanskar. But its not the grooming but the attitude and approach that needs to be changed.

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