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Mehndi is a ceremonial art form which originated in ancient Subcontinent of India which is now Pakistan and India. Intricate patterns of mehndi are typically applied to bbrides before wedding ceremonies. The groom is also painted in some parts of India. In Rajasthan, the grooms are given designs that are often as elaborate as those for brides. In Assam, apart from marriage, it is broadly used by unmarried women during Rongali bihu, but there are no restrictions on its use by married women.
Muslims in Pakistan also started to use it as an indication of coming of age. Henna is now also used in some Gulf States, where the night before the wedding night is dedicated to decorating the bride with henna, and called "Henna night". Also, as an alternative to a 'hen party' in the Western countries, some families have "Mehndi nights", or "henna nights", similar to the ones in the Gulf States. The bride and also close friends of the bride have their hands, arms and even feet decorated with henna. In the Middle East and Africa, it is common for women to apply henna to their fingernails and toenails and to their hands.
Henna paste is usually applied on the skin using a plastic cone or a paint brush, but sometimes a small metal-tippedjacquard[disambiguation needed] bottle used for silk painting (a jac bottle) is employed. After about 15–20 minutes, the mud will dry and begin to crack, and during this time, a mixture of lemon juice and white sugar can be applied over the henna design to remoisten the henna mud so that the henna will stain darker. The painted area is then wrapped with tissue, plastic, or medical tape to lock in body heat, creating a more intense colour on the skin. The wrap (not a traditional method), is worn for 2 to 6 hours, or sometimes overnight and then removed. When first removed, the henna design is pale to dark orange in colour and gradually darkens through oxidation, over the course of 24 to 72 hours. The final color is reddish brown and can last anywhere from one to three weeks depending on the quality and type of henna paste applied, as well as where it was applied on the body (thicker skin stains darker and longer than thin skin). Moisturizing with natural oils, such as olive, sesame seed, or coconut, will also help extend the lifetime of the stain. Skin exfoliation causes the henna tattoo to fade. Traditional Pakistani and Hindu Weddings in India can often be long, ritualistic, and elaborate affairs with many pre-wedding, wedding and post wedding ceremonies. Different countries and regions of a country celebrate the ceremonies in different ways according to their own marriage customs, rituals, and culture.
According to Hindu tradition, the ceremony is mainly held at the bride's house or at a banquet hall on the eve of the marriage ceremony or few days before the marriage. Generally the bride and groom attend the event together and on the occasion a professional mehndi artist or a relative applies mehndi to the bride's hands and feet. The designs are very intricate. Often hidden within the mehndi pattern the name or initials of the groom are applied. The event generally has a celebratory festival feel to it with the women dancing and singing traditional songs and the girls wearing vivid colors such as hot pink and yellow, often if the bride to be wishes to tease her future groom she will make him wear purple. The groom usually wears jutti instead of western footwear.
In Pakistan, the Mehndi is often one of the most important and fun filled pre-wedding ceremonies, which is celebrated mainly by the bride's family. In Bangladesh, the Mehndi ceremony has traditionally been separated into two events; one organized by the bride's family and one, by the groom's family. Mehndi ceremonies take place outside India, Pakistan and Bangladesh amongst the South Asian community and places like Birmingham in the UK are such known hotspots for lavish Mehndi celebrations.
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Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers
Latest Designs Of Mehndi Designs of Mehndi 2014 for Eid On Foot Simple Dresses on Hands on Facebook Arabic Style for Fingers