Bindi is a facial decoration that is usually worn on the forehead in the space between our two eyebrows. Worn by a lot of South Asian women, this ornament holds a spiritual meaning and is quite revered by Hindus.
There are many significations behind wearing a bindi, each of them equally valid. According to the ancient traditions of the Hindu mythology, the bindi is a red dot that is placed in the middle of the eyebrows atop the Ajna Chakra. This chakra signifies spiritual consciousness and acts as a third eye. Although it is mostly worn by women, it used to be sexless during the Vedic times.
It signified the intellect of men and women during the era. Nowadays, women wear a bindi mostly as a symbol of their marriage but it also serves as a fashion trend all over the world. India Imprints holds immense respect for such customs that stand as a symbol of devotion, tradition and spirotuality
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