Viral Rakhi-Themed QR Mehendi Video Takes The Internet By storm, But There’s a Twist!

Rakhi, also known as Raksha Bandhan, is a popular Hindu festival celebrated in India and some other South Asian countries. It is a special day to commemorate the bond between brothers and sisters. The word “rakhi” translates as “a bond of protection.”

Before the festival, the sisters often buy a rakhi, which is a decorative string or bracelet, often embellished with beads, stones, and other ornaments. They may also buy sweets, gifts, and sometimes even clothes for their siblings, and have henna or mehendi applied.

However, a unique mehendi video is going viral thanks to a payment scanner. Watch the viral video here.

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The QR code mehendi takes the Internet by storm

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A video showing a QR code painted on the hand of a woman wearing mehendi has become popular online at a time when digital convenience meets tradition.

This one-of-a-kind mehendi design was meticulously crafted for a rakhi celebration, putting a digital twist on the traditional sibling gift exchange.

As part of the ritual, brothers often give ‘sagan’ (gift) money to their sisters. Instead of handing out tangible currency, the brother can simply scan the QR code painted on the sister’s hand to transfer the sagan digitally, thanks to the updated concept built into this particular mehendi.

There is a catch!

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But hold your horses before you run to your nearest mehendi artist and request one of these designs to surprise your brother.

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A mehendi artisan named Yash shared the images on Instagram. He has aroused the interest of many users, who have been amazed by this novel notion that perfectly combines art, tradition and technology.

However, it is stated in the movie that the QR code is non-functional and is only used for entertainment purposes. “It’s just edited content.” To make it more authentic, I recorded a purchase transaction screen with my mehndi video. The Mehndi QR code cannot be used to make payments,” the message added.

Do you know the history of henna? The history of henna, also known as mehendi, dates back thousands of years and has cultural and artistic significance in various parts of the world, particularly South Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa.

The use of henna as a cosmetic and dye dates back to ancient Egypt, some 5,000 years ago. Egyptian mummies have been found with henna-stained skin and nails, suggesting its early use.

Henna has been an important part of various cultures for centuries. It is used in celebrations, weddings, festivals and other special occasions as an ornament and art form.

Henna has deep roots in South Asian cultures, particularly India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal. It is an integral part of weddings and festive celebrations. Applying intricate henna designs to the hands and feet of brides is a common tradition, symbolizing beauty, joy and auspiciousness.

Henna is also widely used in Middle Eastern cultures, where it has similar cultural and traditional importance. In these regions, henna is often applied during festivals and religious celebrations.

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