Latest mehndi design in your hands on the occasion of Hartalika Teej, it will be beautiful in beauty

According to the Hindu Panchang, Hatalika Teej, the biggest festival of women, is celebrated during the Shukla Paksha Tritiya of Bhadrapada month (August-September).

On the day of fasting of Teerthalika, married women worship Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. The fast of Teerthalika Teej is celebrated for marital bliss and progeny.

This year, this fast is being observed today i.e. on August 21. On this day, women keep fast and thirsty throughout the day, and then in the evening worship the sand and sand idol of Shiva and Parvati ji. During this time she prepares herself well by doing sixteen adornments.

The craze of this fast happens to most new brides. So she makes mehndi in her hands a day before fasting. If you too are keeping fast for this time, do not forget to make your hands with these latest and simple mehndi below.

Applying mehndi in the hands adds to the look of women. It is believed that if henna is deeply engraved on the palm, then it brings happiness, good luck and love in life.

If you are very fond of making mehndi, you can try other types of designs besides traditional design on hands. These designs are very easy to make, but when made on the palm, it looks quite heavy.

These days, Mehndi designs with bells are very appealing to women. One of the most special things about it is that it fills the hands well. You can make flower-leaf, peacock or kerry vine etc.

If you do not have much time to apply mehndi, then you can make a criss-cross design. It gives hands a heavy look. It will take you only 10 to 15 minutes to make it. In this, a single bale of leaves is spread by criss-cross.

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