Sindoor and Kumkum are the titles of orange-red, red, or vermillion colored powder essentially used as a cosmetic in Hindu Tradition.
In every Hindu family, welcoming a new bride for the first time into the house carry diverse rituals and customs.
Indian women traditionally wear KumKum or Vermilion on their heads or in between the forehead.
Hinduism is a colorful yet unique religion with ample rituals and customs.
Applying Tilak on forehead is a Hindu religious practice that is continuing from the ‘Pauranik’ (ancient) period.
Gauri puja takes place one day before Ganesh puja during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival.
Married women in India always put sindoor (vermilion) on her forehead.
In India, there is a tradition of wearing a toe ring for a Hindu woman.
Applying vibhuti (sacred ash), sandalwood paste, kumkum, and tilak is a common practice among Hindus.
Mangalsutra is a type of sacred necklace that Indian women wear after marriage to signify their marital status.