|Ancient Hindu tradition with scriptural references
|Represents the third eye or spiritual awakening.
|Colored dot on the forehead, often red or black.
|Various colors, each with specific meanings.
|Worn by both men and women as a religious and cultural symbol.
|Mentioned in Vedic texts and widely practiced.
|Common in Hindu rituals, festivals, and daily life.
|Signifies devotion and awareness of the divine.
|Simple yet culturally significant.
|Reflects a sense of cultural identity and spiritual connection.