Bindi / Body Dots
Conferred with different meanings from time to time, Bindi has been associated with marriage and fertility.
The red powder used to paint the dot was formerly made of a combination of mercury (considered by early Hindu alchemists to be the seed of the god Shiva, and therefore the male element),and sulphur (the female element).
The practice of wearing a bindi is as old as the Vedas but today's women still wears one, in a tradition that has lasted for 5000 years.
Fromeast went a step further and designed various bindis for almost every part of the body. Expanding functional horizon, we have introduced the bindis which can decorate not only your body parts but also daily-use-items like cell phones, pens, computers, furniture and others.
Every packet of Bindis contains 8 to15 pieces.