Latest Mehndi Designs For Bhai Dooj 2019: From Arabic to Indian, Easy Back and Front Mehandi Patterns Sisters Can Try This Bhau Beej
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Although, one must not look any reason to apply mehndi, special occasions make the art even more special.  Bhai Dooj is around the corner and just like Diwali, it is yet another reason to beautify your hands with amazing Mehndi or henna patterns. Celebrated two days after Diwali, Bhai Dooj also known as Bhau Beej is a festival similar to Rakshabandhan, that celebrates the beautiful bond of brothers and sisters. Bhai Dooj is celebrated as Bhai Teeka or Bhai Phonta in West Bengal and some other eastern areas of India. Known by various names, Bhai Dooj, Bhaubeej, Bhai Tika, Bhai Phonta, this Hindu festival is celebrated on the second lunar day of Shukla Paksha in the Vikram Samvat Hindu calendar or of Shalivahan Shaka calendar month of Kartika. As per the gregorian calendar, the day will be celebrated on October 29, 2019. The ritual of Bhai Dooj is quite simple and involves sister applying a tilak or tia on the forehead of the brother. The bhai is then offered sweets and aarti is done to him. Sisters, receive gifts in return. 7 Tricks and Tips to Get the Darkest Mehndi Colour Naturally at Home for Karva Chauth Vrat.

However, since this day is also celebrated as a part of Diwali itself, people wear new clothes to look at their traditional best. Mehndi, also known as henna, forms an important part of auspicious festivals in India. Sisters apply mehendi on their palms and backhand for their brothers. It is said that getting a dark mehndi shade on the backhand means longer life for the brother.  Check out some of the Arabic and Indian mehendi designs to try on Bhai Dooj:

 

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Backhand Design

 

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Beautiful

 

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Simple Yet Chic

 

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Full-Hand Mehndi Design

 

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Minimal

 

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To make your mehendi's colour darker you can apply a concoction of sugar and lemon once your design has completely dried. Make sure to use a cotton ball to dab the syrup all over your hands. Let that syrup stay for some time and then remove it without using any water.