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Mhari Hatheliyon Ka Beech Dola Mehndi Racha De


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Mhari Hatheliyon Ka Beech Dola Mehndi Racha De




This is a line from a Rajasthani folk song called "Radhoo Ki Lichhami". The song is sung by Jyoti and composed by Kshitij Kumar, Bl Rana, and Indira. The line means "put mehndi (henna) on the palms of my hands" in Rajasthani language.


Mehndi is a traditional art form that involves applying a paste made from the powdered leaves of the henna plant on the skin, creating intricate patterns and designs. Mehndi is often applied on the hands and feet of women during weddings and festivals in India and other parts of South Asia and the Middle East.


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Some facts about mehndi




  • Mehndi is derived from the Sanskrit word mendhikā, which means "the henna plant".



  • Mehndi has been used for cosmetic and medicinal purposes since ancient times.



  • Mehndi is believed to have cooling and soothing effects on the skin.



  • Mehndi is also considered to be a symbol of happiness, luck, love, and prosperity.



  • Mehndi designs vary according to different cultures and regions. Some common motifs include flowers, leaves, vines, paisleys, peacocks, elephants, etc.



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