Planning a wedding is difficult enough. In wedding attraction is mehandi ceremony. The Mehendi ceremony is one of the pre-wedding functions held in most Indian households as a part of the wedding festivities.
One thing we all aware of it…
Mehendi laga ke rakhna…doli saja ke rakhna…lene tujhe o gori..aaenge tere sajna…
Mehndi is yet another traditional yet exciting pre wedding ceremony. In Indian weddings, a lot of emphasis is given on customs and rituals and the same is reflected in the Mehndi ceremony before marriage. Mehendi ceremony has become such an integral part of the wedding ceremony that it cannot be imagined without it. Furthermore, Mehndi is one of the sixteen adornments of the bride and her beauty is incomplete without it.
Festivities in an Indian marriage begin with the mehendi ceremony. From the bride-to-be, to all the females in the house gather together for a fun-filled evening/noon and adorn their hands with beautiful, flower, birds, and abstract henna design patterns.
Mehndi ceremony usually takes place just before marriage. According to the ritual, the bride does not step out of the house after this ceremony. Mehndi ceremony is essentially organized by the family of the bride and is usually a private affair which takes place in the presence of friends, relatives and family members. However, the scale of the ceremony depends upon individual choice. Some people celebrate it with great pomp and show.
Mehndi is one of the oldest forms of body art conceived by man. The Hindi and Arabic word Mehendi is derived from a Sanskrit word ‘mendhika’ which referred to the henna plant itself. Reference to uses of henna can be traced back to the Bronze ages. In the bible, henna is referred to a Camphire. In and around the Indian subcontinent, henna has been used as a cosmetic even before Vedic ages. India is considered as the source from where the body art traditions with henna spread to different parts of the world like Egypt, Asia Minor and the Middle East. References of henna during the mummification process of Pharaohs as well as anecdotes of the famous queen Cleopatra using henna to paint her body are well-known in history. Prophet Muhammad is known to use henna paste to color his graying beard and was known to advocate use of henna to others as well. Use of henna is considered immensely auspicious in many traditions around the world, especially within Hindus, who would consider Mehndi part of the customary 16 adornments or Solah Shringaar.
Mehendi represents the holy bond of matrimony and is therefore, considered a shagun(sign of good luck). It signifies the love and affection between the couple and their families. Here are some popular beliefs that are associated with this tradition:
The darkness of the mehendi colour on a bride’s hand represents the deep love between the would-be-couple. The mehendi’s colour also shows the love and understanding between the bride and her mother-in-law.
The longer the mehendi retains its colour, the more auspicious it is for the newlyweds.
Mehendi is also deemed to be a symbolic representation of fertility.
Mehendi is known for its medicinal properties. Its herb is also very beneficial for the growth of nails. It has a cooling effect that soothes stress, headaches and fever. Probably, mehendi relieves the bride and the groom of all the wedding stress. It also protects them from viral diseases before the wedding.
Although, the ritual was predominantly observed in parts of northern India, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab, the trend has gained popularity all over India. More and more cultures are embracing the idea of Mehendi Ceremony as a pre-wedding ritual mainly due to the aesthetics involved. The ceremony has become a symbol of grandeur, fun and festivities, and excuse for some major pre-wedding girl bonding.
For wedding everyone wants to use best & organic henna mehandi. NMP Udhyog is here for you. It has best herbal, Organic Henna Mehandi. You can use it for mehandi as well as for eyebrow, tattoo, hair etc. In today’s trend it use in spa & Saloon also.
To Read more-
Pen down your thoughts @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Call us @ +91-9910415530