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Regular Mehandi

Regular Mehandi

The wedding season is coming up, and what’s a wedding without some glamour and oomph? The mehendi ceremony is one of the most fun-filled and glamorous pre-wedding occasions in India that generally takes place a day or two prior to the wedding.It is considered to be one of the oldest wedding traditions

Fill Fill Fill with lots of motifs, patterns, flowers, veins, from top to bottom and your elaborate and stunning bridal mehendi designs are ready…

For any Indian bride, Mehandi is one of the most auspicious accessories. It is one of the ’16 Shringhars’ of Indian bridal customs. It does have an emotional touch. It has most special day.

Regular Mehndi Designs for Hands

If you’ve ever been to an Indian, Moroccan, or Pakistani wedding ceremony, you’ve probably seen — or worn — mehndi. Many brides, both abroad and in the United States, wear these henna “tattoos” on their hands and feet for wedding celebrations; look closely and you might spot their loved one’s name worked into the design. Many women work henna into their regular beauty routines, but it’s certainly lovely for special occasions too. See 30 strikingly beautiful examples of this decorative art form now.

Regular Mehandi Design