Rangoli is a traditional decorative folk art of India. These are decorative designs made on floors of living rooms and courtyards during Hindu festivals and it is one of the most popular activities during all the occasions in India.
Our surrogate mothers and their care takers have beautifully made rangolis with different colours. There was a time limit of two hours to make the rangoli. When they were drawing the designs without filling the colours, made us think, once it’s filled with colours how would it look. To our surprise, it looked awesome. The colour combination used by these contestants were very catchy.
Surrogate Anuradha was declared winner and care taker Pooja was declared runner up. Both the winners were awarded with gift hampers.
Kudos to the SI Team for organising such amazing competitions and to the surrogate mothers and their care takers for their participation in all the competitions.