Raksha Bandhan 2022 Mehendi designs: Trending henna art to complete your ethnic look for Rakhi celebrations
Happy Raksha Bandhan 2022: Are you looking for gorgeous henna art for the upcoming Raksha Bandhan celebrations? Then, don't worry because we have curated our favourite unconventional and out-of-the-box Mehendi styles to help you out on Rakhi.
Raksha Bandhan 2022: The festival of Raksha Bandhan is almost here, which means it is time to bring out brand new traditional outfits from your closet and style them with gorgeous accessories and glam, including henna-clad hands. This year, Raksha Bandhan will fall on August 11 and 12. This Hindu festival honours the loving bond shared between brothers and sisters and is marked on the full moon day (Purnima) of Shravan or Sawan month. Traditionally, sister(s) tie Rakhi on their brother(s) wrists and wish them a prosperous, healthy and happy life. As for the brother, they shower their sisters with gifts, blessings, support, and a promise to protect them from every difficulty in life. (Also Read: Raksha Bandhan 2022: Date, history, significance, celebrations and all you need to know about this special festival)
If you are celebrating Raksha Bandhan this year, it means you have already started preparing in full swing. Apart from brand new ethnic clothes and jewellery, you must also be looking for trending and stunning Mehendi designs. And we get your excitement to swift through Indo-Arabic, white henna art, Moroccan, Pakistani, Rajasthani, floral, royal, lace gloves or more Mehendi patterns for your hands. So, as you gear up to put a one-of-a-kind ethnic look together for Raksha Bandhan, we decided to help you with our favourite unconventional and out-of-the-box henna art. Whether you want a minimal or a full-hand design, this trendy list features it all. Scroll ahead to check them out.
Meanwhile, Drik Panchang says that brothers and sisters can tie Rakhi from 08:51 pm to 09:13 pm on August 11 because of Bhadra. Additionally, they can also mark the festival during the time of Bhadra Punchha, which will be from 05:17 pm to 06:18 pm on August 11. Since the full moon will last only till 07:16 in the morning and there is no Bhadra on August 12, people can also celebrate Rakhi on this day.