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Karwa Chauth 2021, Get Your Hands Adorned With Mehandi

Know where you will get best Mehandi artist in Delhi on Karwa Chauth 2021

India is all set for the festive season and with this, wedding bells are echoing all over. However, a very important festival that cannot be ignored this festive season is Karwa Chauth. This year Karwa Chauth 2021 falls on October 24. It is an important festival for all married couples. Married women observe fast for the safety and long lives of their husbands. This fast is very difficult, as they do not have to eat anything or drink even water all through the day, unless and until the moon appears.

This seems to be a difficult task but Indian women do this fast with all love and respect for their beloved husbands. Karwa Chauth falls on the fourth day of the dark fortnight in the Kartik month every year. Karwa means earthen pot and Chauth means Chaturthi. After the pooja, women should wait for the moon to rise as the moon is also worshipped here. For offering augur to the moon, they use Karwa.

With all this preparation for this festival, begin days before. Beautiful outfits, jewelry, makeup, decorative thali, puja items are an essential part of this day. On Karwa Chauth, women are especially excited for mehndi. Markets are perfumed with henna. However, this mehndi adorns our hands but not our pockets. The cost of a beautiful mehndi design sometimes charges 1000s of bucks.

This does not mean that you should drop the idea of putting henna on this Karwa Chauth.

 Here we are giving you some simple but beautiful mehndi design ideas that will make your Karwa Chauth 2021 more special.

Due to the pandemic, markets were not operating to their 100% capacity. Therefore, Mehndi businesses were also severely affected by this. While talking to Hindustan Times, some Mehndi Walas revealed that their business had gone down by 30-40%. As markets are not open for long hours, therefore, Mehandi artists had to wrap up their work early.

However, covid restrictions had loosened to some extent this year. Hence, we are also expecting that this time markets will be enlightened with the feel of Karwa Chauth this time.

Here are some markets in Delhi that are famous for their Mehndi artists.

Tilak Nagar

Tilak Nagar is located in west Delhi. This place is famous for dupattas, salwar suits, artificial jewelry, and food joints. However, in the festive season, Mehndi walas are in high demand here.

Kamala Nagar

This is a hub for north campus students to hang out. You will get lots of cool stuff here with the best Mehndi artists. Near Bada gol chakkar, you will find Mehndi artists who are experts in a variety of styles. From Arabic to Mughlai and Rajasthani, all styles designs are available.


Hanuman Mandir, CP

This is the hottest stop for Mehndi lovers. Usually, for putting the henna design on your hands, they will charge ₹100 and it may go beyond ₹1100 too.


Karol Bagh

Whether it is festive or wedding season or not, Mehndi artists are always superbly busy. Get your Mehndi done here and you can shop for Karwa Chauth too. Designs start from ₹100 here.

Lajpat Nagar

Here you will find some hatke henna artists. Apart from normal Mehndi, Kundan Mehndi, glitter Mehndi, and henna tattoos are also very famous here. The regular design starts from ₹100 and can go up to ₹1500 depending on the design.

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Rajouri Garden

This market is a perfect combo of traditional and trendy wear. You can enjoy Mehndi design here while having some chaat papri.

Krishna Nagar

If you have gone to Krishna Nagar then the Lal Quarter market should not be missed. The regular Mehndi design starts from ₹40.

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