HINAJ is an organization of Creative Artists. Artists behind HINAJ are part of industry since 1980. Their art is heart-centered and inspired by creativity beyond imaginations. It is an exciting experience when you have all your materials to hand, and nature, in one of her many moods, is spread out before you. They provide the best service to our clients as By far the best proof of our quality & result assured service is our experience.

In first pic there is saweera pasha.
In sec pic nazia malik, waqt channal morning host.
Sharmane MASALA tv host sugar and spice with Najma khan.
HINAJ with the famous actress ERUM
HINAJ with TAHIRA Host At Ary Zauq,
Maedha, Naheed ansari ,saira riaz
Naheed ansari with Hinaj owner najma khan.
Hinaj owner Najma khan with chef mehboob
HINAJ on the set of good morning pakistan on ARY DIGITAl.
Nida Pasha.
Nida Yasir.
Bushra Insari.
HINAJ owner with zeba shenaz on Good morning pakistan set.
HINAJ owner Najma Yaqoob Khan with yasir nawaz.
Hinaj owner Najma Yaqoob Khan with Shahista wahidi on the set of Utho Jago Pakistan..
Hinaj owner Najma Yaqoob Khan Applying mehndi on Sana feet…

Latest trend in mehndi world can be catches through this web page..Eid mehndi designs specially made for eid are beautiful and unique..Girls, ladies and small girls can also adopt these designs..

 

wedding heena design

As mehndi is special part of wedding celebration.Mehndi function is incomplete without mehndi:) as we know that mehndi take a separate function to be.There are lot & lots of mehndi design which we can make on any festival but mehndi for brides should be something that is special. As every bride wants that is carry a different and stunning mehndi  so its very necessay to have some good design for brides.

So enjoy some cool design for brides.If u have any then share it with us:)

The art of applying henna in hands and feet is known as Mehendi and it is a very old custom and ancient art form of the Asian subcontinent. The propagators were the Mughals. The Mughals taught us all about the history of Mehendi and introduced it to India during 12th century AD. During that period the royal and rich use to decorate themselves with it. The patterns were intricately made by the artists or the beauticians. Indian weddings are incomplete without the mehendi ceremony .The ritual of mehendi ceremony is followed in every part of the country where the hands of the bride are adorned with the lovely red color of the mehendi. On these festive or wedding occasions mostly traditional Indian designs are made on the hands of the bride.

The art of applying henna in hands and feet is known as Mehendi and it is a very old custom and ancient art form of the Asian subcontinent. The propagators were the Mughals. The Mughals taught us all about the history of Mehendi and introduced it to India during 12th century AD. During that period the royal and rich use to decorate themselves with it. The patterns were intricately made by the artists or the beauticians. Indian weddings are incomplete without the mehendi ceremony .The ritual of mehendi ceremony is followed in every part of the country where the hands of the bride are adorned with the lovely red color of the mehendi. On these festive or wedding occasions mostly traditional Indian designs are made on the hands of the bride.

The origin can be from Egypt because it was one of the art forms in Egypt. It has the evidence that it has been found that henna was used to stain the fingers and toes of Pharaohs earlier to mummification. The mummification process took many days and as the Egyptians were diligent in planning their rebirth after their death, they became quite fanatical in the preservation process. The Egyptians believed that body art ensured their recognition into the afterlife and therefore used Mehendi to identify them.

Mehndi patterns will be beautiful and have four different styles.
1. The Middle Eastern style is mostly made up of floral patterns similar to the Arabic paintings.
2. The North African style follows the shape of the hands and feet using floral patterns.
3. The Indian and Pakistani designs include lines patterns and teardrops.
4. The Indonesian and Southern Asian styles were a mix of Middle Eastern and Indian designs using blocks of color on the very tips of their toes and fingers.
Here about 100 mehndi design are given so pick your favourite one….

Exclusive new designs of mehndi for this eid…

As the girl’s eid is never complete without mehndi so there are new designs to explore…

Mehndi is our traditinal rewaj ………

Mehndi, also know as Henna, is a beautiful art form traditionally adorning women’s hands and feet. It has been practisedmehndi3 in the Middle East, Asia and many parts of Africa for thousands of years.

In many Eastern countries, since it is a natural product, henna is used to help heal skin diseases, colour the hair and cool the skin in hot climates. Mehndi is a wonderful alternative to tattooing due to its temporary nature. It is applied using a paste made from finely ground leaves of the henna plant, and then removed after drying to reveal a heavy dark maroon stain on the skin.

Different Styles

Mehndi designs traditionally fall into four main categories:

* The style of the Middle East which is made up of vines and leaves with beautiful flowers inspired by Arabic paintings and textiles
* The style of India is detailed and uses fine lines and paisley patterns
* The style of Pakistan is the most intricate and time consuming using detailed lacy designs and fill-ins
* The style of Africa is large and bold with geometrically patterned angles

Bridal Mehndi

Although mehndi is generally used in many occasions around India and Pakistan, the wedding ceremony has become synonymous with this beautiful dye. It is traditional for the bride to get together with her female family and friends, a couple of days before the wedding to apply the mehndi. As the patterns used are very intricate and time-consuming, the occasion is filled with song and dance, so that the bride does not get bored. The bride’s henna must be the most beautiful and elaborate than anyone else’s.
It is said that the darker the design, the more her mother-in-law loves her as the bride is not expected to perform any housework until the henna has faded.

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The Mughals brought Mehendi to India as lately as the 12th century AD. As the use of Mehendi spread, its application7apnimarzi methods and designs became more sophisticated.

According to professional henna artist and researcher Catherine C Jones, the beautiful patterning prevalent in India today has emerged only in the 20th century. In 17th century India, the barber’s wife was usually employed for applying henna on women. Most women from that time in India are depicted with their hands and feet hennaed, regardless of social class or marital status.

The art of Mehendi has existed for centuries. The exact place of its origin is difficult to track because of centuries of people in different cultures moving through the continents and taking their art forms with them and therefore sharing their art with everyone along the way.

Some historical evidence suggests that Mehendi started in India while others believe it was introduced to India during the twelfth century A.D. I personally feel that it would be hard to argue the fact that it appeared as an art form in Egypt first.

Proof has been found that henna(Mehendi) was used to stain the fingers and toes of Pharoahs prior to mummification over 5000 years ago when it was also used as a cosmetic and for it’s healing power. The mummification process took 70 days and as the Egyptians were diligent in planning for their deaths and their rebirth in the afterlife, they became quite obsessed with the preservation process. The Egyptians believed that body art ensured their acceptance into the afterlife and therefore used tattooing and Mehendi to please the gods and guarantee a pleasant trip.

The henna used for mehendi comes from a bush called Lawsonia Inermis which is part of the loose strife family and is grown in the Sudan, Egypt, India, most of the North African counties, The Middle East and other hot and dry places. The bush is also grown in Florida and California for his ornamental appearance and often grows to be quite large, ranging from six to twenty feet in some cases. The lance- shaped leaves from the bush are harvested, dried and then crushed to make the henna powder. Henna is used for hair dye, as a skin conditioner and as a reliever for rashes. The art of Mehendi isapnimarzi 4 referred to as henna, mehndi or mehandi depending on where you are and which name you feel came first (or are most comfortable using). No matter what you call it though — the art form remains essentially the same as it was centuries ago. It is beautiful the way it stains the skin!

Mehendi is not the huge commitment that tattooing is because of its temporary nature. For people who are too scared to endure the poking of a needle or are too ambivalent to commit to wearing the same permanent design forever — Mehendi is a wonderful alternative. I would suggest that anyone who is hesitant about getting a permanent tattoo — try walking the streets with a henna design for a couple of weeks first. It helps you discern if you can accept the constant backward glances and whispers that you often hear when you are in public as a decorated person. Henna also allows you to play around with designs until you find one that you are comfortable with — and then you can get it permanently etched into your skin if you want to. Some people like permanency while others are much more comfortable with temporary forms of body art. Regardless of how you use henna to decorate your body — the main idea is to have fun.

Henna designs have traditionally fallen into four different styles. The Middle Eastern style is mostly made up of floral patterns similar to the Arabic textiles, paintings and carvings and do not usually follow a destinctive pattern. The North African style generally follows the shape of the hands and feet using geometrical floral patterns. The Indian and Pakistani designs encompass more than just the feet and hands and generally extend further up the appendages to give the illusion of gloves and stockings which are made up of lines, paisley patterns and teardrops. Lastly, the Indonesian and Southern Asian styles were a mix of Middle Eastern and Indian designs using blocks of color on the very tips of their toes and fingers. All of these styles remain popular today but have also been joined in popularity by Celtic designs and Chinese symbols. The point once again is to have fun with designs and experiment with them until you find something that you feel really passionate about.