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Latest Mehndi Designs For Karwa Chauth 2019: Simple Arabic and Indian Henna Mehandi Patterns to Apply on Hands and Feet This Karva Chauth (View Images and Video Tutorials) | 🙏🏻 LatestLY

Latestly 2019-10-09 18:43:35

Karwachauth Mehendi Designs (Photo Credits: Instagram)


Navratri and Durga Puja is over, let's make way for another favourite festival of India- Karva Chauth. The Hindu fasting festival will be celebrated on October, 17, 2019. On this day women fast for the long life and happiness of their husbands. They do not drink water or eat the whole day and wait for the moon to show that night. They then see the moon through a sieve and then with the same sieve they see their husbands. The first morsel of food and sip of water is then fed to the fasting wives by their husbands. That marks the end of their fast. Karwa Chauth 2019 Date and Puja Timings: Karva Chauth Significance, Puja Vidhi And Celebrations Related to Hindu Festival For Married Women. 

One of the important segment of the whole celebration is women dress up in the best of traditionals, and also do solah shringar which in layman terms means sixteen makeup or adornment steps to look more beautiful. This includes sixteen beauty rituals from head to toe. The process consists of makeup, accessories and ornaments. And Mehendi forms an essential part of it. Mehendi or henna patterns both Indian and Arabic are worn by women getting ready for their husbands on this day. Mehendi is not just considered auspicious buts also signifies prosperity and luck. And if you are confused about what design to choose, here are some inspirations for you:

Beautiful




Simple and Chic




Easy And Quick




For The Love Of Intricate




Feet Mehendi Design




Minimal Best




When Less Is More




Easy Arabic Design




Just Wow




The idea is to deck up on this day in the best possible way. For people who want to other Karwa Chauth traditions must know that the women also offer special prayers to Lord Shiva on this day. Karwa Chauth falls on the fourth day after the full moon in the month of Kartik, as the Hindu calendar.