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Memoona Israr

In the heart of Pakistan’s cultural tapestry lies a tradition that has stood the test of time – Mehndi, also known as Henna. This ancient form of body art transcends mere decoration; it is a symbol of joy, luck, and love deeply woven into the fabric of Pakistani celebrations. From weddings to festivals, Mehndi graces the hands and feet of women with intricate patterns, each stroke telling a story of tradition and celebration.