Shri Natural Ayurvedic SindoorBrand : Bipha Ayurveda
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What's inside that really matters
Sindoor has both social and religious significancein India. Married women in India wear Sindoor at the tip of their parted hair everyday to honour their husband and as a prayer for his long life. Both married and unmarried women wear it in the centre of their forehead as a beauty enhancer. It is one of the 16 traditional items referred to as Solah Shringar used in Indian bridal makeup. Men and women also apply it as a tilak on their forehead while visiting a temple or attending a religious ceremony. Sindoor is also a ritual offering to Hindu deities, mostly in temples dedicated to Shakti, Lakshmi and Vishnu.
How to use
Married Women Take a pinch of sindoor between your thumb and index finger and apply it in a straight streak starting from the tip of your hair parting to the centre. Married and Unmarried Women Apply a dot, small or big, on the centre of the forehead. Men Apply a dot or make a long streak on your forehead.