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till the Horn of Africa to leave an emblem of tradition and culture uncommon to all other civilizations of the present world with its orange-red imprints on the beautiful hands and feet. Mehndi was discovered around 1500 B.C; the application of Mehndi has become an important religious and social ritual in our festivals and grandeur celebrations. Nowadays, the pattern of Mehndi has quite intricately augmented with one of the finest designs available for imprinting by relatively modernised methods. Previously, the Mehndi used to be applied with the help of hands and matchsticks, instead, until the introduction of rather intelligent approaches. With the increase in sophisticate techniques, the task became even more complicated and obscure but likewise even more alluring and fascinating. With the erudition in the individual designs of Mehndi across various continents, greater care has been likewise required to make the art of drawing as impressive and applausive as possible. Plastic cones containing greenish-paste, much a common view now in the market besides the Mehndi, have greatly aided the designer in enhancing their expertise as they prove out to give a better control to the manipulator while drawing out the Mehndi designs explicitly. Whilst these cones ensure precise and skilful job, they have made intricate lines design quite common among sub-continent and Arabian Peninsula which had been an enduring task with the conventional use of hands and matchsticks previously. These are not only time-efficient and an inexpensive means of fulfilling utility of want, they are less messy and side-by-side disposable so that the place can be cleared of Mehndi quite easily and conveniently. The explicitly obscure and intriguing Mehndi designs have seemed to give a new dimension to the works of art. With the introduction of new efficient techniques, the expertise has gone beyond recognition and appraisal and a source of well-earned respect for their communities.