1)Rangoli : Rangoli is an Indian traditional folk art form. It means a row of colours or layer of colours.This art form the women decorate the entrance of their houses early in the morning,Especially during the Deepawali, Pongal, Onam etc. The materials used to make Rangoli are rice flour, coloured sand, colour powder, flower petals. The patterns created on the floor with thumb and fore finger. Hindus draw bright Rangoli patterns to encourage the Goddess Lakshmi to enter their homes and to bring Peace and prosperity. It is also believed that to make the surroundings aesthetic and auspicious Rangoli also known as ’Kolam’ is a folk art form of India.
2)Ham Sab Ek Hain : A man belonging to a Hindu religion finds a statue. He gives the statue the shape and of his religion and goes away happily. Later a man belonging to Christian community finds it and he gives it the shape of his religion. Later a man belonging to Muslim community gives it the shape of his religion. But then, the three men realises their mistake and all the three together give the statue the appearance of Mahathma Gandhi, the father of the nation. This gives us the message that we are all one and there is no difference between any religion. We are all Indian and need to be proud to be Indians.