Hathphool or Hathphul

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Brides are very aware of their clothes, outfits and jewelry, and Hathphool is one of the most traditional accessories. It enhances the bride’s beauty and looks amazing when paired with the right outfit. It is the traditional ornaments brought by the Mughal invasion of India. It is also referred to as Hath Kamal and Hathpan.The hand of a bride adorned with mehndi seems to be incomplete without hathphool. There are many kinds of contemporary handmade designs, ranging from traditional Rajput Hathphool designs to classy gems. It’s worn on both hands.It is also (or flower for the hand), sometimes called the Panchangala (or jewel for the five fingers). This ornament is attached to five rings on five fingers, each ring with a different flower motif.