wedding is ever complete without the Mehendi.
Whichever part of the country the bride
may be from; her hands are adorned with
the lovely red hue of the mehendi.The
brides have a choice between the Indian
mehendi (which covers pretty much most
of the palm) and the Arabic mehendi (in
which the pattern is drawn to one side
of the hand).
Mehendi is associated
to lots of things - a good dark design
is a sign of good luck for the marital
couple. It is common for the names of
the bride and groom to be hidden in the
mehndi design; and the wedding night cannot
commence until the groom has found the
names. Some examples of popular traditional
images used in mehndi designs are the
peacock, which is the national bird if
India, the lotus flower, and an elephant
with a raised trunk, which is a symbol
of good luck.
We provide finely skilled Mehendi walas
which can explore Indian & Arabic
styles of Mehendi.