The Royal Love Legend

The Royal Love Legend of Prithviraj’s wife Samyukta. Rani Samyukta mesmerizing bewitching beauty with brains as she was one of the most determined Indian women at that time.
Sanyukta, also known as Sanyogita, Sanjukta, or Samyukta.
Her natural beauty with nature is incredible.
The ancient time they didn’t have so many things for makeup.

Henna is used in India as a hair dye and in mehndi, an art form in which complex designs are painted on to the hands and feet, especially before a Hindu wedding.

The beauty secrets Make up in India was a very important part of Indian culture.Henna known as Mehndi is used for, hair, fingernails.
It was first introduced between the fourth and the fifth centuries( 300-400 AD).
It has become very known for painting complex designs on hands and feet.:)

 

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Author: King Pan

King Pan, is the history of Panwar's. They are Indian Hindu. They speak Hindi and Rajasthani languages.

18 thoughts on “The Royal Love Legend”

  1. Beautiful shiny hair. I used to have sleek and shiny hair when I was younger, but after I started getting gray strands, my hair became coarse. Once I started doing highlights and lowlights to my hair, it not only covered those gray and wiry strands, but it gave my hair the sheen I had years ago. I’ve never tried henna as my hair was a “dirty blonde” or “mousey brown” but I always wished I took after my mother, not my father … she had beautiful, naturally curly dark hair … we’re never satisfied though, are we?

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      1. I used to use mayonnaise when I was younger for shiny hair. The eggs in the mayonnaise are good for your hair. My mom would slather it on and I’d put a plastic shower cap on and let it sit for 1/2 hour or so. I needed to have her rinse out my hair in the kitchen sink because I could not get all the mayonnaise out of my long hair … it makes it greasy, but you have to wash it twice to get the oil out. Then put a vinegar rinse on it — very shiny, but then you hope it is not humid or rainy because you will smell like a deli sandwich.

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      2. I enjoy sharing with you – my hair was very long so I did have to have my mom get all the gooey globs of mayonnaise out … it has to be mayonnaise and not salad dressing as it is made of eggs and the protein is good for the hair. And it is inexpensive compared to a lot of the leave-in conditioners. I used to let it bake in a little with a bonnet hairdryer, but you don’t see them around anymore.

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      3. Mine broke a long time ago, and I don’t like using a hair dryer but I do have one but I use it on cool. In the Summer I go out and brush my hair in the sunshine to let it dry and in the Winterr stand under the furnace vent in the basement. I just went on Amazon and now they have these “soft bonnet dryers” and you can walk around with them. I used to use curlers that were as big as small cans of orange juice years ago.
        I have straight hair, and I would get a perm and so my hair wasn’t frizzy, would use these huge plastic curlers. Now I have my hair layered and undercut so it holds a curl better, without the perm, unless it is horribly humid, then it falls flat. I like the look of bangs but I’ve never been able to tame them – they stick out instead of laying flat against my face, so I have given up on them. 🙂
        Here is a link from Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_c_1_17?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=bonnet+hair+dryer&sprefix=bonnet+hair+dryer%2Caps%2C1745&crid=2MZ5KTRKDUHKI

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      4. You’re welcome – for women, hair is our crowning glory so best to make the most of it. Good luck to your followers in getting any of the items which we chat about in your posts.

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  2. Interesting. I have used all sorts of things in my hair over the years but I’venever heard of fermented rice water. Thank you. And thank you for the follow of my blog. I wish you every success with your new blog.

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