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Rangoli related to Datta principle

Description: This article provides information about the rangoli which attracts the Deity Datta principle.


A rangoli is drawn during a festival, pūjā, or other celebrations. If the design of the rangoli and the colours used in it are in accordance with that Deity; then the respective Deity principle gets attracted to the rangoli and emanates in the surroundings. As a result everyone derives its spiritual benefits.

Depending on our bhāv (spiritual emotion) the rangoli can attract as much as 20-30% of the Deity principle. If a rangoli is filled with sāttvik colours then Deity principle has to use minimum energy to come to the place where rangoli has been drawn.

Importance of bhav when drawing rangoli

  • If an individual has bhav then the maximum amount of Deity principle is  attracted to the rangoli which is 30%.
  • It is important to fill the rangoli with colours so that the Deity principle can get attracted to it. The Deity principle is attracted to the rangoli in proportion with the bhav of the individual who is drawing the rangoli especially if bhav is less than 60% However if the bhav is more than 80%,  any Deity principle can get attracted to any design of the rangoli.

Rangoli related to Deity Dattatreya

Shape and color


The above shape attracts the Deity Datta principle to the rangoli. Hence, on Datta Jayanti devotees can derive more benefits by drawing rangoli which has above shape in it. The Red-Brick color / an earthy red color (Geru) attracts maximum Deity Datta principle.

In addition to the above, the following rangolis can also be drawn to attract the Deity Datta principle.





The first rangoli has 11 dots and 11 lines. This rangoli is to be drawn while worshipping idol of Deity Datta

The second rangoli has 6 dots and 6 lines. This rangoli is to be drawn if worshipping Deity Datta in Pādukā or Oudumbar form

The third rangoli has 6 dots and 6 lines. This rangoli is to be drawn on Datta Jayanti.

The fourth rangoli has 11 dots and 11 lines. In all 4 rangolis if the outer appearance is the same, just by changing the direction & inner design the frequencies change.

On Datta Jayanti, Deity Datta’s principle is 1000 times more active on Earth as compared to any other day. By worshipping Deity Datta with devotion and chanting ‘Shri Gurudev Datta’ for at least 2 hours one can derive maximum benefits of the Deity Datta principle.

  1. Importance of rangoli
  2. The spiritual significance of Datta Jayanti
  3. Importance of Deity Datta’s chant ‘Shree Gurudev Datta’
  4. Spiritual science about Deity Dattatreya

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