Mehendi is a sanctified dye and one of the most important 16 shringars. Owing to the huge potential and numerous designs that can be fashioned with it, the henna paste has always encouraged mehndi artists to stab the most intricate tapestries.
Henna is prominently used in various parts of the world to beautify hands and feet however the designs vary evidently. From the geometric Moroccan patterns to the floral Arabian artwork, the dye doesn’t disappoint anyone. And it is no surprise that mehndi designs have evolved over time giving rise to newer forms and the incorporation of glitters and other adornments. And ofcourse the modern brides who are always scavenging for the “different” accelerate the evolvement process.
Here is a compilation of different mehndi patterns from complex designs spanning almost the entire arms to the relatively simpler ones which are restricted to the palm. You can take your pick based on the amount and intensity of your Mehndi love.
This modern work of art gracefully decorates the hands with delicate flowers, leaves and vines.
An atypical and catchy display of art which leaves the onlooker wondering as to how can this be created with henna paste.
This one is an elaborate and bride-specific design.The length and intricacy calls for a distinct gaze.
This artwork is so delicate it gives the appearance of fine fabric over which bold linings are made.
If you are among the ladies who experience the dire urge to match everything then this is a perfect pattern and the blue glitter can be replaced with any other color of choice matching the outfit and makeup.
Going with the current trends you can also choose to complement the henna with other colored dyes.It adds more depth and flamboyance to the art.
The curves of a climber are beautifully incorporated in the art along with delicate linings and filling.
A purely pakistani form of henna pattern where the design twines around a central paisley.
Unlike other artwork this is one design that most of us can atleast attempt to make it by ourselves. its simplicity and freshness make it outstanding.
A typical Indo-Arabic pattern involving boldly outlined shapes filled with fine artistry.
Another sophisticated piece of art where the design expands in concurrent circles and the wrist is festooned with bangle or bracelet like designs.
A beautiful display of diamond shaped patchwork fused with netted pattern and bold floral work.
This is a typical Indian exhibit with fine filling in the shapes and the symbolic peacock form. Other features of the Indian designs are the faces of the bride and groom incorporated in the pattern and craftily writing the groom’s name in the bride’s mehndi.
This one is flawless, elegant and most appealing amongst all and is perfect not only for the bride but for any girl who is attending the wedding.