Punjabi mehndi designs are quite unique and that they glorify the culture and heritage of Punjab. These Indian designs are intricate and need much practice to get it right without any flaws. Unlike Arabic designs that are bold and big, Punjabi mehndi designs are all about intricate designs that tell a story.
Punjabi women love having mehendi applied on all possible occasions. From weddings to karva chaut to baisakhi, a Punjabi woman will have the hands and feet decorated with mehndi for any given chance. While the wedding and karva chaut mehendi is more delicate and elaborate, the ones done on other festivals like Basakhi, as a little less detailed.
There must be hardly any brides who would want to say no to the wedding designs for hands.
Circular motifs make for great henna art, as they are aesthetically very appealing. There is something about a neat circle that makes an impression, thus allowing the design to last in our minds even after the actual henna has faded away.
Many simple mehndi designs images download links are available or you could use the screen shots on your phone to capture these latest henna art ideas for weddings and other occasions for reference.
Flowers are universally regarded as the epitome of femininity. So is it any wonder then that floral designs rank as one of the most popular in the Punjabi design list? When the mehndi stains the skin with its deep orange-red colour, the flower seems to almost come alive in all its glory.
You don’t need birds and flowers to create alluring designs; you can do that with the help of lines and patterns as well. When combined, lines and patterns come together to form an interesting design. Although there is no story or one particular motif that acts as the central part of the design, it is even then a very impressive and sought after way of covering your hand and feet with mehendi.