Mehndi, also called Henna, is a kind of body painting art which uses Indian henna as pigment. It originates from Mesopotamia, has more than 1000 years of history. By the 12th century, mehndi becomes India's culture, and is popular in Pakistan and the Middle East.
Mehndi, yòu jiàozuò Henna, shì 1-zhǒng yǐ India zhǐjiǎhuā wéi yánliào de réntǐ cǎihuì yìshù. Tā qǐyuán yú Mesopotamia, yǐjīng yǒu chāoguò 1000 nián de lìshǐ. Dàole 12 shìjì, mehndi chéngwéi India de wénhuà, bìngqiě shèngxíng yú Pakistan hé Zhōngdōng.