These are drawings telling tales of love!
We all love henna. The fragrant herb has been in use since centuries to color the hairs or draw temporary tattoos on the hand and feet. Different ethnicities use Henna or Mehendi, in their own way. There are native design norms that make this trend seem more personal. For instance, Arabic Mehendi artists tend to use a thicker tube to create bold designs. In our country, we have an entire wedding event dedicated to Mehendi. The women apply henna to the hands of the bride-to-be to bless her and wish her good fortune. People hire thousands of salons and private artists to show their skills with a henna tube prior to a wedding, or even Eid.
However, in this article, we are talking about Indian Mehendi art inspirations for the brides. We have witnessed Indian brides carrying full personal, and artistic renderings on their palms. It certainly makes for an interesting trend. And you are likely to agree with us when you watch these pictures. This trend might be a tad complicated, but you should give it a try. Plus, the Mughal and Rajasthani art in henna designs make for some really impressive photographs.
Take a look at these gathered designs to know what we are talking about.
Liked what you see? You will agree that it’s all very remarkably done. They appear to us as if they are telling a love story about the bride and groom. These designs are an artistic expression of the bond of marriage. The hopes, and dreams of two people, woven into a complex artwork. One that looks harmonized after all is said and done, just like the highs and lows of the bond of matrimony.