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Traditional Mehndi Designs for Hands

{SCA} There is evidence that mehndi as a ceremonial art form originated in Indian Subcontinent. Intricate patterns of mehndi are typically applied to brides before wedding ceremonies.

The bridegroom is also painted in some parts of Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh  and Sudan. In Rajasthan, north-west India, the grooms are given designs that are often as elaborate as those for brides.

Mehndi is the traditional art of designing ones hands and/or feet with intricate decorations with the use of henna, which is nothing but a natural dye. It is much like a temporary tattoo.

In fact, Mehndi is a vital part of Pakistani and Indian traditions and customs. That said, the big Pakistani and Indian wedding is definitely not complete without the Mehndi ceremony. The main idea behind the application of Mehndi on the brides hands and/or feet is to make her feel like a princess!

In this post, we collect for you some latest and stylish pictures of Traditional Mehndi Designs for Hands. Let’s have a look at these photos collection in detail.

Indian and Pakistani Traditional Mehndi Designs – Photo Gallery