Mehndi traditional temporary body art with SANA Mehndi is form of traditional temporary body art from ancient India. Henna (lawsonia inermis) plant leaves dried and powdered for paste to draw mehndi body arts.
The word "mehndi" is derived from the Sanskrit word "mendhika." Its use, along with turmeric, is described in the earliest Hindu Vedic ritual books. As a Vedic custom, it is intended to be a symbolic representation of the inner and outer sun, centered on the idea of awakening the inner light of humans.
There are many variations and types of mehndi, such as Indian, Arabian, and Iranian mehndi. Usually, women apply mehndi on their palms and feet for traditional festivals, weddings, and ceremonies, while men apply it for traditional festivals. Mehndi is still a popular form of temporary body art among the women of the Indian subcontinent, Africa, and the Middle East. As time progresses, mehndi has become a popular form of temporary body art among men too. With her creative designs and abilities, SANA has been able to extend mehndi to the globe from Valampuri Kite Resort.
No one wants a design on their body for a lifetime. Everyone craves variety and uniqueness. As an artist, I understand the pulse of people all over the world and have found a new way to represent the ancient heritage of mehndi through my designs. Mehndi is the perfect form of temporary body art that doesn't harm your healthy lifestyle.
Session 30 minutes to 01 hour