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Rajasthani Mehandi

Rajasthani Mehandi

Mehendi designs sometimes include few intricate patterns which are applied to brides before the wedding ceremonies. The brides both hands and feet are filled with heavy designs. These designs often show the bride and groom pictures or may include varieties of shaded flower and leaf patterns. In Rajasthan, the grooms are given designs that are often as elaborate as those for brides. Full hand mehendi looks even more gorgeous when they are accompanied by colourful bangles.

One of the common and easiest forms of Rajasthani mehendi design is to make traditional motifs like mango leaf border which is filled with small squares. The leafy patterns add more touch in the designs. This design is even suitable for any household function rather than big occasions like weddings. These designs can extend to the entire length of the hand, making it very suitable for the bride and her closet friends!!!

Rajasthani Mehandi Designs for Hands

The Rajasthani mehndi designs mainly comprise the folk dance, tradition, art forms, creativity and the colours of the Rajasthani culture. Rajasthani mehendi designs or art shows the unique representations of henna by the use of flowers, leaves (especially mango leaves as they are believed to be auspicious), peacock-shaped designs etc.which reflect the Indian culture and tradition.

Rajasthani Mehandi Design