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Women are exceedingly fond of Pakistani mehndi designs on their hands and feet. They apply regularly, to make them appear exceptionally beautiful. Mehndi is a part of all auspicious events in Pakistan. During weddings, the Mehndi ceremony (Rasm-e Henna) is considered to be an important occasion. Mehndi is applied on the hands of the bride and the groom. Henna which is the other name for Mehndi, is noted to be an essential part of good fortune, well being and sensuality in the Arabian culture. This culture has spread to Pakistan and later to India and other parts of the world. .
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Henna is used by almost all the Indian families too, to mark the beginning of any happy event, being weddings, festivals and parties. It has been a big part of all our celebrations for many centuries now. It plays a very important role in every woman’s life. Be it a wedding or a festival, no celebration is complete without Mehndi. In most cultures Mehndi is considered very auspicious and customary for the bride. Women love to make intricate designs on their body with Mehndi.
In the mehndi art industry, bridal mehndi is one of the most sought after designs; not only for the hands but bridal mehndi designs for legs too have plenty of designs to choose from. There are a number of bridal mehndi styles, like: Arabic, Indian and Pakistani.
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The Pakistani mehndi design is well known for its exquisite patterns and motifs. The patterns are closely knit and look similar to mesh-works on your hands and feet. These designs require a lot of skill on the part of the Mehndi expert. During weddings, the brides have the name of their grooms interwoven along with the pattern on their palms.
The designs mainly consist of floral and geometrical patterns, which are carefully and precisely drawn. This efficient work of art adds a subtle beauty to Pakistani Mehndi Designs. The designs can vary, depending on the occasion. When the event is special, the patterns are highlighted with sparkling Coloured crystals, which give the Mehndi a radiant look. On simple occasions, Mehndi designs would appear to be less intricate, consisting of simple starry and paisley motifs.
In general, Pakistani Mehndi designs for hands or feet are exceedingly elaborate and time consuming. Black Mehndi is used most of the time to craft these magical patterns onto your and feet. The result? Fantastic! If most of you out there are lovers of Mehndi, do have a look at our latest Pakistani mehndi design tutorial to learn more about the latest designs of 2016.
Keeping in mind the beautiful culture of Pakistan, we can confidently say that each and every Pakistani mehndi design is unique and fresh too. This style is a fusion of Indian and Arabic designs. Setting all differences aside, when it comes to the Indian mehndi design and the Pakistani mehndi design, they unite to bring out a brand new look.
Another important feature of the Pakistani mehndi is that, the ladies generally use black mehndi and the Rajasthan Indian mehndi is totally red or deep orange in colour. When it comes to the Pakistani mehndi designs for Eid or marriages, the ladies use patterns like network or mesh work. Their creativity is shown in some of the common motifs like- floral, leaves, paisleys and peacock patterns.
Sometimes, the Pakistanis use bright mehndi designs because of the use of fancy stones like crystals and glitter. Pakistani mehndi designs use a lot of circular shaped patterns that not only look elegant but also traditional. The outline of the designs with black mehndi gives a bold look to the pattern. The Pakistani mehndi accentuates the beauty of the hands.
All you lovely ladies bring out the best in you by trying out the traditional Pakistani mehndi!
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