Very symbolic, this Rajasthani bridal mehndi design is created with smart use of thick and thin lines throughout the hand. Along with these lines, we can see Rajasthani raja-rani Varmala scene, lots of flowers and stars, swirls and paisleys that are complementing the whole design splendidly.
When Indian symbols meet Mughal motifs they create geometrical, realistic, stylized and abstract Rajasthani bridal mehndi designs for full hands, like this one. Loaded with flowers and peacocks this design has the power to leave everyone spellbound.
The royal mehndi design from the state of Kings showcases a royal Barat that comes with a herd of elephants. The mehndi artist has managed to incorporate swans, peacocks feathers, lotuses and filled fingertips in reverse filled style.
The prime motive behind the application of Rajasthani bridal mehndi designs for full hands is to bless the bride with good luck. This design contains motifs that are considered auspicious and lucky in Hindu tradition such as peacocks, swastika, flowers, and swans. The precision and detail given to peacocks and their feathers are worth the praise.
Rajasthani mehndi designs tend to cover the entire hand, leaving very little spaces in between elements. In this design, you can see a full hand design created with paisleys, lines, dots, and swirls. Lotus, the flower that symbolizes good luck and purity, has been used in abundance.
Reverse-filled Rajasthani bridal mehndi designs for full hands also take inspiration for the glamorous Mughal era. The abundant use of geometric patterns, swirls, paisleys, dots, and lines is increasing the beauty of this full mehndi design.
If it's Rajasthani, it has to be royal! This design depicts yet another royal wedding that features everything from love birds, elephants, lotuses, paisleys and leaves. The bride is also looking like a princess in her finery.
Rajasthani artisans take pride in their royal flora and fauna in their Rajasthani Bridal Mehndi Designs for Full Hands. This gorgeous full hand mehndi has been created with ample and beautiful use of elaborate peacocks, flowers, leaves, lotuses, sunflowers, and paisleys.
A heavenly Varmala scene taking place while flowers are being showered is also common in Rajasthani bridal mehndi designs for full hands. The mehndi artist has also beautifully depicted bridesmaids standing to welcome the groom with thali in hand.
Rajasthani bridal mehndi designs for full hands usually show the bride and groom looking at each other with Varmala in their hands and it is pretty evident in this design too. It also features the use of classic Rajasthani elements such as paisleys, traditional four dots, and an elaborate peacock in the garden.