Karva Chauth Special Mehndi Design for Hands | Jewellery Mehndi Design #94 @ jaipurthepinkcity
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Karva Chauth Special Mehndi Design for Hands | Jewellery Mehndi Design #94 @ jaipurthepinkcity

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Karva Chauth Special #Mehndi Design for Hands | #Jewellery Mehndi Design #94 by Sonia Goyal @ jaipurthepinkcity

This video presents a beautiful traditional floral #Arabic mehndi design for hands with the fusion of ornamental #jewelry design. We have published it especially for #karwachauth festival.

This mehndi design has two significant parts. One is an array of flowers and the other one is the jewelry style chains.

The design starts with making a flower on thumb which you can watch at 0:18 in the video. Then a beautiful array of flowers is made at the back hand which follows a curved path and ends beneath the root of the small finger. The size of the flowers are in decreasing order which gives this mehndi design an alluring look.

The last flower has a connective chain of henna paste with dots on equal distances. This chain resembles a gold jewelry look. You can watch it at 1:17 in this mehndi tutorial video.

1:22 to 1:46, you can watch the beautiful rings are made in this design with mehndi. Then at 1:47 to 2:00, the ring of third finger is connected with middle finger and the index finger's ring with 2 equidistant curved chains decorated with dots.

Further more, the ring of third finger is connected with the ring of last finger with one more chain at 2:08.

Last but not least, the fingers are decorated with traditional arabic mehndi style which you can watch at 2:15 in the video.

Overall, this compilation makes this mehndi design a fabulous mehndi design for back hands.

Applying Mehndi on hands and feet by girls and women in India is an essential part of their makeup, fashion and to look trendy along with a ritual, cultural and auspicious aspect of applying mehndi designs.

#Henna (also known as mehandi) refers to and the temporary body art (staining) based on natural dyes. Henna has been used since antiquity to dye skin, hair and fingernails, as well as fabrics including silk, wool and leather.

Bridal henna nights are a popular tradition in #India, North Africa, the Horn of #Africa, South East Asia, Gulf countries, #Pakistan, the Arabian Peninsula, the Near East and South #Asia.

In Morocco, henna (mahendi) is applied to a bride's hands and feet during a ceremonial henna day, prior to the wedding. Additionally, Henna is used by women of all ages ceremoniously or decoratively.

In Algeria, the bride's mother-in-law traditionally presents her with jewelry and paints the henna (mehendi) on her hands.

In India, As a part of Hindu, Muslim and Sikh weddings, henna is applied during wedding ceremonies. Drawing mehndi designs on hands is an important part of many Hindu festivals (such as Teej, Gangaur, Rakhi, Karva Chauth, Diwali, Holi), as well as during Eid.

In Pakistan, henna is used on hands and feet by brides before their wedding, and by many women for Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.

In Saudi Arabia, prenuptial Henna nights are common. Traditionally the bride’s hands are painted with henna by one of her female relatives.

In Malaysia, Henna has been used to adorn women's palms, arms and feet as part of pre-wedding celebrations, Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.

In Somalia, henna is worn by Somali women on their hands, arms, feet and neck during weddings, Eid ul-Fitr, Ramadan, and other festive occasions. Somali henna designs are similar to the Arabian peninsula mehndi designs featuring flower motifs and triangular shapes.

In the State of Israel and in the Middle East many sfaradi/mizrachi and middle eastern communities and families organize a henna party about a week before the wedding. The grandmother applies the henna onto the palms of the bride and groom and they are blessed.

In Tunisia, prenuptial henna celebrations last for seven days. On the 3rd day, the bride wears a traditional dress and has henna painted on her hands and feet. As for the groom, his pinky finger is painted with henna.

In Turkey, henna is applied onto the palm's of a bride the day before her wedding and to other guest's attending.

Also watch:
Mehndi Designs | Gol Tikki Mehndi Designs | Mehandi Designs #15 @ jaipurthepinkcity https://goo.gl/Y3eu29
Mehndi Designs For Hands - Gol Tikki Mehndi Designs For Hands @ https://goo.gl/SNPn6t
Mehndi Designs For Hands - Simple Mehndi Designs For Hands - Easy Arabic Mehndi Designs @ https://goo.gl/u9nLND
Watch Mehndi Designs for Back Hands - Ornamental Mehndi Designs for Back Hands - आकर्षक मेहंदी डिज़ाइन https://goo.gl/LJpBeP
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