The introduction of Mehdi on Eid
Eid Mehedi is a very popular style of hand decorating. Besides, many people do not get the fullness of the festival if they do not dye their hands with henna on various occasions including weddings and birthdays. Mehdi on Eid
The history of dyeing, drying, powdering, or pasting henna leaves on different parts of the body is very old. And there is no question of festivals, especially Eid. I want to have henna in the hands of the bride and groom at the wedding. News BC Bangla.
The popularity of henna has not diminished, but has increased over the ages, as there has never been an allergy or side effect to it.
The history of giving Mehdi is much earlier. However, there is no information about the exact date and time of Mehdi’s discovery.
Dhaka University teacher and researcher Touhidul Haque said that although there is no written document, the information about the use of henna by the Prophet of Islam, Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) has inspired Muslims to use this henna.
Later in the Indian subcontinent, the Mughal Empire further expanded the practice of giving this Mehdi. Touhidul Haq said that there is a saying of Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) regarding the use of Mehdi.
Depending on these factors, the use of Mehdi in this Indian subcontinent was at one time limited to the Muslim community or Muslim society. It was later expanded by the people of the Mughal Empire.
Mehedi is widely used in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan. It is also used in Middle Eastern countries and in countries where the Arabic language is spoken in Africa.
Professor Touhidul Haque was saying. Mehedi is being used in many countries of the world but its cause or purpose varies from place to place.
He said that in the beginning, the introduction of Mehdi started from a religious point of view, but later this practice got a social and cultural identity. But now people have accepted it as universal. However, in different countries, henna is used for different reasons and purposes.
In the history books, mummy’s hands and toenails are painted like henna in the Pharaonic Empire of Egypt. However, it could not be confirmed whether it was painted with henna.
In the present era, a special day called Mehedi Sandhya is organized in the wedding festival of different religions where the whole family, starting from the bride and groom, rejoices only to paint themselves in the color of Mehedi.
Many people are using this henna as an herbal medicine for various skin diseases.
Mehdi on Eid