Mehendi (henna) – photo

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The catalogue is regularly updated as new and interesting variations of Henna (Mehendi).

Mehendi – henna on the body pictures. Symbols and their meaning

Mehendi is the art of decorating the body pictures, which are applied with henna. Images of Mehendi are not only decorative, but also protective function, because each element has a secret meaning, and serves as a talisman and the help of man. A selection of images of mehendi is extremely varied, so before applying it is important to become familiar with the characters and their meaning:

TURKISH CUCUMBER

Another name for this ornament «Paisley». Resembles the vegetable revolution, embryo or sprouting Bob.

This image has always been considered a symbol of fertility; it means a development, and energy.

That is why half of the cucumber ornaments often choose for the wedding ceremony.

Additional values mehendi «cucumber» is the well-being and prosperity of the family, immortality and eternal life.

ELEPHANT

Hindus believe that the elephant embodies exactly the qualities that should be inherent in the present ruler.

It is wisdom, prudence, forethought. Also, the elephant is the symbol of military glory, Valor and victory, because it is a very strong animal. And because the elephants lived a long life, the symbol «elephant» carries more significance and longevity.

Men use this symbol for nobility and courage. And women for wisdom and peace.

SHRI GANESHA

A very interesting picture of Deity with the head of an elephant and the body of a child. Ganesha is a symbol of knowledge and wisdom, as well as protects everyone who has children’s spontaneity and innocence of the soul.

This symbol, you can draw and children and those who are expecting a baby.

For lovers of wisdom, development and new beginnings also fits the image of Shri Ganesha.

LOTUS

The most famous symbol of spirituality and purity. It is a symbol of spiritual superiority over the material, a symbol of the origin and development of the universe. Often portrayed with the deity inside.

If a person seeks for spiritual growth and the revival of the purity and strength of spirit-it fits the image of a Lotus.

PEACOCK

Peacock since ancient times been considered a bird of paradise, and a symbol of the beauty and joy of life. Also a picture of a Peacock is associated with the beauty of the cosmos and the night sky, and colored spots on body and tail-with flickering stars.

Peacock image on the body can increase the human creative energy, return the joyful perception of life.

Suited for people with creative and meditate, those who are able to admire the surrounding world and turn life into a celebration.

SPIRAL

This symbol has two options for the image. Spiral clockwise is considered sacred, and means the development, creation and life itself. Spiral anticlockwise means destruction, decay and death.

The image is suitable for those who are looking for harmony within us, who knows the Universe and seeks new knowledge, discoveries and opportunities.

There are other common drawings mehendi:

  • Mandala – a symbol of spiritual enlightenment and development
  • Bud – a symbol of the birth of a new life and love
  • Curly stem-protection against the evil eye
  • Grain is a symbol of abundance and prosperity of the family
  • Bracelet is a symbol of love for success
  • The Octagon is a symbol of complete protection
  • Hamsa – ward, a protective amulet
  • The Sun is a symbol of divine power