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Navratri Special Mehndi Designs For Hands

Navratri Special Mehndi Designs for Hand
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We never wait for occasions to add colors to our hands with beautiful Mehendi patterns. Whenever we feel like having one we just go for it, but the festive weeks call for your solah Shringar and that has to be on point, most importantly henna-clad hands and Navratri are the seasons where devotees adorn colorful themed outfits and accessories. These henna-adorned hands complement and beautify their look. Are you looking for some trendy hand mehndi designs for Navaratri? Here are some stunning options you can choose to draw attention and garner compliments. Scroll down to check and pick the best one that you would like to adorn and add colors to your festive season

Navratri & Durga Puja Mehndi Designs For Hands

Navratri And Durga Puja Mehndi Designs For Hands

Add Navratri Elements On Your Palm

Add Navratri Elements On Your Palm

Monika Suthar designed an attractive hand Mehendi design that perfectly goes with Navratri as it comprises all the traditional elements on it. One of the palms is adorned with dandiya sticks, mud pot, Diyas, footsteps and sparkles images, floral prints on the fingers, and typography on the wrist. The other hand is adorned with an image of a girl playing dandiya and musical instruments on the wrist. This is a sight for the sore eyes.

Mandala Art Which Elevates Your Mehendi Art

Mandala Art Which Elevates Your Mehendi Art

Anju Hingna embraced a beautiful design on both hands. She decided to decorate the right palm with half patterns of goddess Durga and mandala art which is bifurcated by Trishul and the other hand with a girl playing dandiya wearing a lehenga and the skirt is stretched to the fingers. The wrists are decorated with paisley and other patterns which very well complement the rest of the work.

Show Your Love For Garba

Show Your Love For Garba

Kickstart your Navaratri with attractive Mehendi designs on your hands. Just look at this unique pattern which is simple yet elegant and beautifully pours out the Navaratri vibes. We see a sketch of a girl donning Langa Davani and dancing to the Garba tunes and floral patterns on the fingers running around. Navaratri coming soon written on the side. The sketch draws all the attention as it shares intricate details. It is designed by Mayuri

When You Wanna Be Creative And Stand Out

When You Wanna Be Creative And Stand Out

The palm is embellished with the sketch of the goddess Durga and a Trishul on her forehead. Fingers are adorned with a swastika symbol. This pattern is simple but displays Navaratri vibes. It is simple yet impactful. This is designed by Radhika Soni.

Couples In Dandiya Avatar

Couples In Dandiya Avatar

VR Mehendi Rajkot has designed an exemplary pattern that displays couples playing dandiya and adorning perfect traditional outfits. It consists of floral patterns in the background and on the fingertips. This is a beautiful and creative Mehendi pattern one can adorn and beautify you

Dandiya Is Fun

Dandiya Is Fun

One thing that comes to our mind when someone says it’s Dusshera then surely it’s dandiya nights and this beautiful art very well represents the Navaratri. We see men and women playing dandiya and sporting traditional Indian wear. The front and back sides of the man and woman are displayed respectively. Happy Navaratri is written on the wrist.

Durga Maa On Your Hand

Durga Maa On Your Hand

Navarathri is all about Durga Maa and this beautiful art represents it so beautifully. The palm is adorned with a sketch of Durga Maa and a sketch of a woman carrying a Kalash on her head and Diya in her hand. The fingers are filled with floral patterns.

Let’s Play Dandiya

Let's Play Dandiya

Navaratri is all about fun and dance. This Mehendi design depicts the same. The lavish lehenga choli adorned with floral prints, and heavy accessories completed her look for the dandiya nights. You can embrace this sketch on your hand as Mehendi art.

Intricate Detailed Sketch Of Durga

Intricate Detailed Sketch Of Durga

If you don’t want heavy design Mehendi, go for something as simple as this. Hiral Hiren Dixit decided to paint the hands with the sketch of goddess Durga on the center of the palm. The goddess is adorned with heavy ornaments and fingertips with floral prints.

Intricate Dandiya Design

Intricate Dandiya Design

This dandiya Mehendi art gives a real feel filled with heavy intricate details. This stunning art by Meena Rawal is a sight to the sore eyes. Starting from the fingertips to the wrist which is filled with swan and peacock patterns respectively and spreading the dandiya vibes in the center.

Show What You Are Through Your Art

Show What You Are Through Your Art

This Mehendi art depicts Durga riding a Lion / Tiger, with many arms each carrying a weapon and often defeating demons. You can adorn this pattern on your wrist or, if not, you can also adorn it on your wrist.

Dandiya Is A Vibe

Dandiya Is A Vibe

This Mehendi perfectly denotes the excitement for dandiya. The girl dances to dandiya music with sticks in her hand wearing a traditional outfit. The fingertips are shaded and comprise simple patterns on them. The dandiya girl is the center of attraction in this Mehendi pattern.

Kalasha And Dandiya Sticks

Kalasha And Dandiya Sticks

The palm is decorated with a dandiya stick and a Kalasha and beside it, the one-sided face of Durga is inside the mandala art. They have embraced the Moroccan Mehendi style on the fingertips and wrists.

Let’s Play Dandiya

Let's Play Dandiya

The palm is beautified with impeccable Mehendi art which features a man and woman playing dandiya wearing a dhoti or pajama and a turban and whereas women are seen wearing ghagra choli. The background and the fingers are filled with floral prints which makes it look fresh and attractive.

You Are As Strong As Kali

You Are As Strong As Kali

This Mehendi pattern embraces the sketch of Mahakali. Who is considered to be the goddess of ultimate power, time, and destruction? The rest of the part is adorned with simple mehndi patterns and Durga’s sketch on the wrist and a happy Navaratri inscribed in it.

Aren’t all these designs perfect for Navaratri? Save it for your future reference and we hope that we helped you in finding a perfect Mehendi design for you. Keep visiting our website and follow us on Instagram for the latest fashion and lifestyle updates. Stay classy, trendy, and sassy..!

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