Have you heard of Mandna and Rangoli? Well, these are elaborate hand-made patterns, designed with colors. While rangolis are usually drawn on the ground, such as in courtyards and floors, the Mandana is mostly painted on the outside walls. There are many interesting designs and quite a few of these have cultural and religious meanings. Broadly put, rangolis and Mandanas are believed to usher in prosperity and overall wellbeing. You will be taken to a traditional Indian home, most probably built with natural resources in a rural setting.
Here, you will watch this art and try your own hand at creating similar rangolis or Mandanas. You will, perhaps see a huge fascinating array of beautiful designs to draw some inspiration, before attempting yourself. As this experience entails visiting a local home, you will also get to interact with the local folks and hear many interesting stories on rangolis, Mandanas, and other topics over a cup of local tea.