Raksha Bandhan is such a beautiful festival, sisters can’t miss the chance to make this more memorable by doing every little thing. On Raksha Bandhan, sisters tie a sacred thread on the wrist of their brothers and in exchange, brothers bless their sister with a promise that they will support and protect her.
Just like every other festival in India, people wear traditional clothes and women apply Mehndi (Henna) on their Hands and every other woman applies Mehendi with different styles, as there are so many designs.
Indian Mehndi Design
Indian Mehndi style is one of the most popular styles which highlights nature, Birds and creatures, the sun, Kalash, lady of the hour, and lucky man figures are included regularly in India. This design covers the hand fully and is detailed without any space and with the traditional pattern.
Arabic Mehndi Design
It originated in Persia (today’s Iran) and Arab Mehndi designs are very common in the middle eastern countries UAE, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, etc. Arabic mehndi designs have more free-flowing patterns and the inclusion of classic mehndi elements like paisleys, florals, and leaves in a modified way.
Moroccan Mehendi Design
Moroccan Mehndi Design is very famous in Middle Eastern countries and it is somewhat similar to Arabic Mehndi designs but the Moroccan designs are very simpler than Arabic Designs.
Moroccan Mehndi designs are more contemporary and it is believed that these designs protect from the evil eye and there is a particular diamond-shaped Mehndi design.
Jewellery Mehndi Design
As the name suggests this design is supposed to be made in the form of Jewellery in Hands, it is one of the modern forms of Mehndi design but it looks very minimalist and Beautiful. Though it is a new concept in Mehndi, it gives a very traditional touch as well.
Pakistani Mehndi Design
Pakistani Mehndi Designs are very intricate and usually, they include floral designs, mosques, and domes and it represents their culture really well. Usually, Pakistani Mehendi Design outer lines are much bolder than other Mehndi Designs.
Bangle Style Design
Bangle Style Mehndi Design is becoming incredibly popular these days and this design can be created using any other Mehndi design, be it Indian, Arabic or Pakistani. The Bangle Style Mehndi is designed around the wrist and for making it more intricate different sparkly stones can be added.
The Lace Glove Design
As the name suggests, this design is made in the form of a glove and the inspiration behind the design is a lace glove. This design is created using petal-like patterns to create a lacy glove look. The colour of the mehndi can be black or brown, the length of the pattern depends upon the person if they want it till the arm or wrist or just fingers as well.
African Mehendi Design
African Mehndi Designs are somewhat similar to Indian Mehendi Designs, the traditional African Mehendi showcases the designs of Flames, circles and tribal patterns.
In African Mehendi Designs they don’t cover the entire palm, they usually prefer the back of the hand for designing.
Figure Art Design
This is one of the most trending Mehndi Design, Figure art Design in which some form of life art can be seen. It could be anything from portraits with faces or birds, animals or designs of Castles. This type of design is heavily inspired by the Indian form of Mehndi design.
Object Art Design
This is the modern form of traditional Mehndi designs: flowers, dream catchers and half-moons and Mandalas are the prominent figures of Object Art design. It looks very edgy and modern and is perfect for people who want to add a modern twist to their traditional Mehndi design.
Celebrate this Raksha Bandhan with these beautiful Rakhi Designs, you may leave your comments regarding your favourite among them.
Mehndi Designs for Raksha Bandhan 2023
A. Jewellery or simple Indian Mehndi art design will look perfect on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan.
A. The festival of brother-sister bond Raksha Bandhan will fall on 30th August, Wednesday.
A. Shubh Muhurat for tying the Rakhi thread is 9.00 AM.
A. Raksha Bandhan is a festival of the sister and brother’s sacred relation, where a sister ties a beautiful thread on the brother’s wrist and feeds sweets by performing Aarti during this.