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Amazing body art, this is probably a new bride in India. I find inspiration from the traditions of a variety of cultures in this world in any age.

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Arabic Mehndi designs are most popular in specially Asian womens in all over the world . Arabic Mehndi Designs For Hand are most attractive.

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The Beauty of India seen in each of the Women, hidden....yet unbridled in their dance

For the Indian bride, the perfect Indian bridal jewelry enhances her looks as much as her make-up does. Makeup or jewelry they certainly seem gorgeous.

here is the latest collection of bridal mehndi designs trends for wedding brides. It includes Arabic, Indian Mehandi patterns.

The art of henna (called mehndi in Hindi & Urdu) has been practiced for over  Origin of Henna5000 years in Pakistan, India, Africa and the Middle East. There is some documentation that it is over 9000 years old.  Because henna has natural cooling properties, people of the desert, for centuries, have been using henna to cool down their bodies.

The art of henna (called mehndi in Hindi & Urdu) has been practiced for over Origin of years in Pakistan, India, Africa and the Middle East. There is some documentation that it is over 9000 years old. Because henna has natural cooling properties

The Henna House by Angela (@hennabyang) on Instagram: “Henna with passion. Stephanie's stunning bridal hands.”

The Henna House by Angela (@hennabyang) on Instagram: “Henna with passion. Stephanie's stunning bridal hands.”

I love the design. I'd get rid of the bride/groom, like the original description said, but these are still incredible and cool.

10 Stunning Mehndi Designs For Arms To Try In 2018

Mehndi art and the usage of Henna has been around for centuries and has not been relegated to just India or the Sub-Continent of India. Several African nations use Henna as not only a decorative piece but in other aspects of their culture!