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Thursday, 4 October 2012

Simple Indian Mehndi Designs For Hands

There are three most notable countries in the whole world that give their special preference to the Mehndi occasions on their wedding and religious festivals and these are India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.  But now as the fashion has reached its own high and top class peak the trend of mehndi has harvest its roots in the modern society as well. As many other countries also arrange special functions of mehndi in their wedding happenings. No matter whether it is the religious festival and wedding season the whole function get spoiled without the appearance of mehndi. Mehndi has a special place in our society. It is a form of Heena that is brown or reddish brown in color and is usually pasted on the hands and feet for their beautification and ornamentation. As Mehndi is also uniquely popular in the Indian culture therefore the designs of Indian Mehndi is also becoming immensely famous in Pakistan as well.

However, in Indian traditional Mehndi designs the use of Indian Mehndi designs is quite common. They prominently make the use of such designs as they simple and much easier as compare to many other designs. These Indian mehndi designs are also less time consuming and can be printed on the hand without any trouble. The most noticeable designs include in the simple Indian mehndi designs for hands comprise peacock designs, floral texture and flowers patterns. As Eid is about to arrive soon so such Indian Mehndi design are readily accessible in the market place for the women and girls. Moreover, the world of internet can also be utilized for getting the pictures of such designs. On the whole these simple Indian Mehndi designs are special and certainly make the bride hands even more exceptionally dazzling and beautiful. So just try such designs now and we are sure that you will love it. 












2 comments:

  1. Mehndi is one of the most fascinating and intricate tattoo arts I've ever seen. I am really hooked with these beautiful bridal mehndi designs and would really love to try some. I just don't know if those who are not brides can use it. Anyway, love it.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Des

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