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Rajasthani Mehendi Designs Indian 2011

Posted by admin on August 21st, 2011 at 4:40 am
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Rajasthani Designs Indian 2011

Mehndi Designs is also called heena plays a very important role in skin decoration for women. Rajasthani etc.From the earliest time Rajasthan is believe as the symbol of culture and tradition. Before partition Rajasthan has its own culture and after partition, it maintains and keeps its culture in its ancient purity.

In India and Pakistan use of Mehndi is very famous. At every ceremony like Birthday and other festival or on wedding day, girls apply different design of Mehndi on their hands. The Rajasthani for hands are heavy compared to other designs and mostly girls like to apply Rajasthani on their hands at their wedding day.

In the past paste was generally applied on the skin by using match sticks, but in the modern age match sticks are replaced by the plastic cone or a paint brush. There are different types of patterns and designs used at the time of various festive occasions.

.Therefore, there is a specific design of chowk for the Gangaur – dance festival, another for Holi, and yet another for the Teej and other festivals. Amongst other favorites is chopper design, representation of a game, played by throwing dice and is symbolic of conjugal love.

Beejani or Pankhi, yet another fabulous pattern, meaning a hand-fan, a typical design for the summers and not to overlook the famous lahriya pattern, which literally means a wave or a ripple, it is the most admired pattern in the rainy seasons.

It is believed that Simple Rajasthani good luck and auspiciousness to the family. It symbolizes prosperity and good luck. Today even the international tourists yield to the temptation of mehndi.

Many foreign females could be seen in Rajasthan sitting patiently to have that ideal motif of mehndi designs on their hands. It is said that the tradition of henna incepted in Egypt for coloring fingertips, palms, nails, hands and the soles of the feet.

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