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Sindoor In South Korea

Sindoor, also known as Kumkum, is a vibrant red powder traditionally applied in the parting of a married woman's hairline. Sindoor In South Korea, as in many parts of India, this vermilion mark is believed to symbolize the deep love and devotion between a husband and wife. The auspicious act of applying Sindoor is considered a sacred ritual that blesses the marriage with longevity and prosperity.  

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Roli Kumkum is primarily used by married Hindu women to apply a red dot
or bindi on their forehead, known as a "sindoor bindi."





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