Hindus tattoos and their meanings can be various and very different. India is the country of great traditions and very rich culture , the art of tattoo in this country is on the very high level and attitude to the tattoo art here is peculiar.
Despite of the fact that Hindus tattoos are considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world, for their creators and bearers they rarely play just the decorative role and just used for beauty. With the help of tattoos in India were told the tales of heroic deeds of their applicants, some Hindus tattoos said about the important events in the life of the applicant - marriage, the birth of the children and so on. Of course, some Hindus tattoos had magical meaning, for example, with their help love could be drawn or lover could be held. The Hindus tattoos served the mean of transmitting or revealing true feelings. Also Hindus tattoos were the guardians from evil spirits and bad people. Among Hindus tattoo designs the most often used were the plants and the animals, also often used were different gods and sacred symbols.
Color didn’t have a simple meaning in Hindus tattoo art. For example red color in Hindus tattoo designs was used to depict victories and deeds, blue – to reveal sorrow and grief that the person came across one day.
In ancient India there have been a lot of well-known techniques of application tattoos, but mostly often they were kept in secret among the members of a certain family and were transmitted from generation to generation, but for today many of them are lost already. Henna Hindus tattoos in India were considered exclusively famine and were used only to be placed on the palm, foot or ankle.
Today Hindus tattoo become more and more popular in Europe, they draw attention of the clients because of their beauty, riddles and the variety of Hindus tattoo designs.
Henna Hindus tattoos are very popular among females. Henna tattoo application – the art of mendhi, appeared long ago. During more than five thousand years Hindus women ornamented their arms and feet with special symbols and the art of their application after some time became one of the mostly recognized traits in India. Mendhi in comparison with common usual tattoos never do any harm to the health, such Hindus tattoos can be kept on the body from two to four weeks and are one of the most modern Indian accessories. However, it is important to notice, that nowadays elegant ornaments of Eastern origin are applied by not only Indian beauties, but also by some celebrities in Hollywood. Among the lovers of this new accessory can be named such celebrities as Demi Moore, Madonna, Naomi Campbell, Drew Barrymore and many others stars of American cinematography. It is not striking that Hindus tattoos are transmitted to the arsenal of the European beauties, beautifying not only feet and arms. But also chest and other, more intimate body parts. Henna Hindus tattoos in comparison with the regular tattoos is a temporary body ornament, but holds for rather long time (up to three weeks) than dye and other means of body drawing. It is mostly wide-spread in Arab countries, India, Northern Africa and Indonesia.
Here are additional tips you have to know about Henna Hindus tattoos.
The drying must be made in a worm place and if it is possible use infrared lamp. If you water a little your Hindus tattoo with a small amount of lemon juice with the addition of sugar in the proportion 1:2, the color of your Hindus tattoo will be more vivid. But do not use too much watering because your Hindus tattoo can be washed away because of the abundance of water.
When needed time passes, accurately with hard brush, remove the paste from your skin.
Some plant oils – almond or sesame – will also make your Hindus tattoo design look more vivid and shiny. Rub the skin with such oil right after the procedure of the tattoo application. Olive oil, besides the shine, will give your image more dark picture.
If you applied such temporary Hindus tattoo you should not actively go in for sports because much sweat can significantly shorten the lifetime of the tattoo.