Rangoli is the most popular, most experimented with, yet unrecorded
of ethnic Indian art. A mud floor, or a wall, some rice flour from the
and the boundless realm of an artist's imagination is all that is required.
Themes range from family deities to plants and animals and pure designs
from simple geometric ones to large, intricate, complicated decorations.
Geeta rediscovers and transforms a fascinating array of traditional
and geometric patterns into contemporary artistic practice.