Monday, 13 August 2012

Pakistani Mehndi Bridal Dresses

Source(Google.com.pk)
Pakistani Mehndi Bridal Dresses Biography
It is difficult to track the history and origins of mehndi because of centuries of migration and cultural interaction. Even though it is difficult to determine where the traditions began, there is some historical evidence claiming that it originated in ancient India as a ceremonial form of art. The most commonly believed tale is that mehndi was introduced to India by the Mughals. It has been used for at least 5000 years for its cosmetic and healing properties. Documentation proves that the ancient Egyptians stained the fingers years. Mehndi was introduced to India in the 12th century, by the Mughals. At first, it was only used by the rich and ruling families. Eventually, it was liked and used by everyone. As more people started using mehndi, the recipes and patterns became more refined. In 13th and 14th century Persian art women and dancers were displayed with henna painted hands. Arabian countries used mehndi for its cooling properties. Muslims used mehndi since the beginning of Islam. Even Prophet Muhammad colored his bear and hair with mehndi. Egyptians used mehndi to dyethe hair and fingernails of their dead, over 5000 years ago.and toes of their Pharoahs prior to mummification. Mehndi application methods and designs became more sophisticated as its uses spread. In 17th century India, the barber’s wife usually applied henna on women. Most women from that time, in India, are depicted with their hands and feet adorned with henna, regardless of their social class and marital status.
 Pakistani Mehndi Bridal Dresses
 Pakistani Mehndi Bridal Dresses
 Pakistani Mehndi Bridal Dresses
 Pakistani Mehndi Bridal Dresses
 Pakistani Mehndi Bridal Dresses
 Pakistani Mehndi Bridal Dresses
 Pakistani Mehndi Bridal Dresses
 Pakistani Mehndi Bridal Dresses
                            Pakistani Mehndi Bridal Dresses
 Folk Wedding Song Of Mehndi ( A Ceremony In Wedding) In Pakistan_Language::Punjabi

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