Circle Mehndi Designs for hands are very popular in the Middle East, North Africa, Southeast Asia and are getting relatively popular in other parts of the world. Mehndi is known as the art of put on henna tattoos or designs on different places on the body for special occasions and events. Circle Mehndi Designs are most commonly applied on brides the day before the wedding or other special events such as parties and gatherings to represent fertility and love. Today it is becoming quite popular and many people are now applying the Circle Mehndi Designs just for fun.
Let’s have a look at some of the most popular symbols used in the Circle Mehndi Designs and see what they represent.
A scorpion or growing vines in your Circle Mehndi Designs could represent love and defense from the evil eye.
Adding camel lips, flowers, leafs and other floral patterns in to the Circle Mehndi Designs represent fertility.
Placing mandalas throughout Mehndi Designs represents wisdom and mystical enlightenment.
Ganesh, the elephant god in the Mehndi Designs means good health and protection from evil.
Working in peacock or paisley signs represents love, fertility and good luck.
Some traditions in Asian countries is to hide the grooms name or personalizes somewhere in the Bridal Mehndi Designs for hands. If he cannot find it, he has to give the bride a gift. It is also believed to mean that the bride will be the main one in the relationship. One other belief is that the darker the brides design, the more the mother-in-law will love her new daughter
I hope that you now have a little better understanding about Circle Mehndi Designs and what some of the different symbols and designs on the Mehndi Designs mean. Now you can start working on your next design and add some new meaning and character.