Henna (Mehdi) is the traditional art of decorating the hands and feet with a paste made from finely ground leaves of the henna plant. A small shrub botanically known as Lawsonia incrmis, found freely in India, Pakistan, North Africa and the Middle East. The plant is ground into a fine powder and mixed with hot water. Depending on the language of the country, mehdi, henna is known as Henna, Al-Henna, Al-Khanna, Mendee, Jamica Mignontte. Origin of (Mehdi) is not very certain , historians believe that it was discovered in the Middle East and North Africa around 5000 years ago.