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Mehndi function as a means to save time and to do away with added expenses of individual functions during this hectic time of merry making. The bridal Mehendi is usually attended by the women and is most often held during the late afternoon. All present participate in choosing their Mehendi designs and this includes picking from various Indian Mehndi patterns or Arabic designs. Interestingly, the application of Mehndi is associated with several things. For instance, the darker the colour of the bride’s Mehndi, it is said that the more her partner will love her.
It is also a common practice for the names of the bride and groom to be hidden in the Mehndi design and until the groom has found the names, the wedding night will not commence. It is also said that the bride should not step out of the house after the end of the Mehndi ceremony.

Mehndi is a pre-wedding function that nobody ever wants to miss. It is the actual celebration day of any wedding, mostly celebrated by the bride's family. It is considered to be the bridal shower of Indian weddings. On this occasion, a professional mehndi artist applies mehndi to the bride hands and legs. The mehndi motifs are known for its intricate designs with the popular motifs being flowers, peacock, mango, baraat n even religious symbols, depending on the religion of the bride. Usually, the bride's and groom's name are hidden in the mehndi design and the groom is made to find out in order to woo his bride. It is even said that the darker the bride's mehndi is, the more her husband will love her.



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