A bindi is a small, decorative sticker worn in the middle of the forehead by women. The bindi can symbolize many aspects of the Hindu culture, but from the beginning it has always been a red dot worn on the forehead, most commonly to represent a married woman. The bindi is also said to be the third eye in Hindu religion, and it can be used to ward off bad luck. In modern times, a bindi is worn with all Indian outfits as an accessory and it comes in many colors and shapes.

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