Energy Of Bridal Hands..

© Kiran Voleti

Energy Of Bridal Hands..

Uploaded: November 06, 2005

Description

Captured before one day of my Sisters Marriage.Before Marriage bride is ready with decoration of hands with ORIGINAL color using henna plant powder to get her life to be happy and keep enjoy all the time.Indian tradition follows this from long back.

Comments

Bob Duncan November 06, 2005

How interesting.
You have captured this well. #339137

Bonnie C. Lackey November 06, 2005

What beautiful work - both on the hands and your capture. Boy, I guess no sweaty palms are allowed :-) #2041268

Leanne M.E. Boyd November 06, 2005

I love the detail of the artwork and jewelry. Beautiful shot, Kiran! #2041273

Sergio La Spina November 06, 2005

FANTASTIC GREAT GREAT SHOT WOWWWW I LOVE IT!!!!! #2041524

Karen Damiani November 06, 2005

Awesome image Kiran! Well done!! #2042481

Peggy J. Maguire November 07, 2005

GREAT PICTURE,EVERYTHING IS PERFECT.I REALLY LIKE IT.
PEGGY #2043202

Megan p November 08, 2005

WOW Kiran!! I love this tradition! Very beautiful, I wish your sister and new husband a life of Happiness. #2048572

November 08, 2005

Very nice image Kiran! #2049377

Cathy M. Gromball November 08, 2005

Wonderful photo of this wonderful tradition, Kiran!

Cathy :) #2049706

Terry L. Ellis level-classic November 08, 2005

Terrific capture and wonderful detail, Kiran! #2049822

Rakesh Syal level-classic November 08, 2005

Great Indian heritage and great capture, Kiran!!!! #2050892

Chris Budny level-deluxe November 17, 2005

Great capture of the henna painting; this shot beautifully expresses a unique aspect of Indian culture! #2089101

Robyn Mackenzie November 18, 2005

Henna tattoos are fascinating - I've never seen such a beautiful, elaborate example as this, Kiran! Beautifully captured. Congratulations to your sister on her marriage! #2089668

Jill Odice level-classic November 21, 2005

One summer I had a henna artist working for me and we did designs like these on my hands and feet! It is such a beautiful tradition and artform! Nice shot, you have an interesting gallery of unique work! #2104836

DiAnna F. Paulk November 22, 2005

How beautiful. And thank you for explaining the tradition.

Thank you for commenting on "Blue Habitat" today. #2105950

August 16, 2006

Stunning...I love this shot!!! #3173791

Su Sana E. P level-classic March 16, 2007

Great work or art and a beautiful capture, Kiran!! I'd love to have it one day. May be during my next visit to India. #4060554

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