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The bindi (from sanskrit bindu, meaning "a drop, small particles, dot") is a front decoration worn in South Asia. Traditionally, it is a red dot applied in the center of the forehead near eyebrows, but it can also consist of a sign or piece of jewelry worn there. Traditionally, married women wear a bindi. In modern times, bindi has become a deco...

The bindi (from sanskrit bindu, meaning "a drop, small particles, dot") is a front decoration worn in South Asia. Traditionally, it is a red dot applied in the center of the forehead near eyebrows, but it can also consist of a sign or piece of jewelry worn there. Traditionally, married women wear a bindi. In modern times, bindi has become a decorative element and is worn by singles as well as non-Hindu women, in India, Bangladesh and other South Asian countries. It is no longer limited in color or shape. Self-adhesive bindis (also known as sticker bindis) are available. They are made of felt metal or thin, and come with an adhesive on one side. These are simple to apply, disposable substitutes for elderly Tilak bindis. Bindis stickercome in several colors, designs, materials, colors and sizes. Bindis fancy sticker can only be decorated with glitter, glass beads, or rhinestones to shine extra.

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