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Whether it is wedding, any ceremony or any function in India, as sweets are gifted to one another, there is one thing that Indian women always do or we can say women in India always do; and it is about drawing mehndi on their hands, and some who are more fashionistas type, draw on their feet too. Mehndi is for every occasion but especially in weddings and wedding ceremonies, women draw it much. It is considered auspicious according to the religions whether Hindu or Mohammedanism, and many other also prefer it drawing during marriage ceremonies.
According to some Hindu traditions, tales and folklore, when a bride’s mehndi goes darker, after drawing it, it means, it is said, that her going-to-be husband loves her more and she will also be loved by her in-laws. There are many different kinds of reasons and significances in history and ancient texts about mehndi that why it is drawn on hands and feet during a wedding, but no certainty in them, not any fixed one. But whatever it is, we don’t go into it now; while we present for you various types of Arabic Mehndi designs that you can try on your wedding whether on feet or hands, your choice. And even you can suggest to your friends also.
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You have always seen your mother drawing Indian traditional mehndi designs whenever any occasion comes and you also sometimes. Drawing again and again the same thing bores. So nowadays brides are going for Arabic mehndi designs, which are simple in designs, not much intricate and other reason is they are getting more popular. These mehndi designs have its roots in Persia, though already popular in Oman, Qatar and Bahrain, it has also become a trend in India. And apart from all, everyone around the world loves it whether in the Middle East, Asia, European countries. And nowadays girls also flaunt these mehndi designs as a style statement. Even though normally girls use them on hands and feet but if you consider yourself a queen of fashion or a trendsetter, you have your choices wherever you want to draw them on your body! In old times, mehndi designs were used as a way of body decoration, and as time continuously passes, it became a wedding tradition.
Dull minds definitely don’t want to know about it but smart ones are always curious about anything and they always think “from where something came or origin?” Mehndi art originated some 9000 years ago in Asia and some parts of the Middle East. We don’t claim this fact but it is said. At that time it was not used for decorating hands and feet while because of its cooling properties it was used (still is). Those who lived in deserts, they used it to cool down their body temperature. As time changes, it went to other parts of this world, and gradually Arabic Mehndi designs became popular because of as I above told you, its simplicity and elegance.
We think that a little knowledge you have taken while reading our blog about Arabic mehndi designs. We have told you approx everything whatever information we could get. Now it is about types of Arabic Mehndi designs that we are going to tell you:
Though there is no any specific season for mehndi if you want to have it on your palms. If you want it you can have it but mostly it is applied during big festivals in India like Diwali, Karva Chauth, Raksha Bandhan and Eid including at the time of weddings. So flaunt whatever designs you want to flaunt of Arabic Mehndi designs and of any type you want on any occasion you want. For your ease, here are Arabic Mehndi designs patterns images from where you can take ideas for your next design.
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BY Shaadidukaan | 08 Jan, 2019