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Meenakari Jewellery The Shine And Pride Of India

Rajasthani Meenakari Jewellery Work of India
Rajasthan is one of the top tourist spots for people visiting India. And anyone who comes here wants to take a piece of this culturally rich place with them and in this pursuit, Meenakari jewellery designs have been one of the most sought-after souvenirs by the tourists here.  While some appreciate Meenakari in the form of bridal jewellery pieces, others...

9 Irresistible Indian Bridal Chokers To Spruce Up Your Look

Indian Bridal Chokers
Adorning neckline and collar has been a penchant for women folks in India since time immemorial. Rajasthani Aad, north Indian Kanthi, and Hansuli, south style Kantaabhushanam, Bengali Chik, or Maharashtrian Chinchpeti are some of the collar necklaces testimony to this very fact.  But with the influence of European culture, the term choker with french origin became a common term for...

A Glimpse Into The Trinket Box Of A Maharashtrian Bride

Maharashtrian Traditional Jewellery
The traditional Maharashtrian jewellery is an exhaustive heritage to take pride in. Centuries-old, influenced by several cultures, Maharashtra’s treasure trove is full of varieties, in necklace, earrings, bangles, rings, anklets..., to adorn you from head to toe. Thanks to the movies and TV shows exploring the rich history of Maharashtra, there has been a tremendous rise in the demand for...

Stylish ‘Shangun Ke Kangan’ For Your Soon-to-be Daughter-in-law

Gold kangan designs pictures
In many cultures, the groom's mother gifts a set of Kangan (Shagun Ke Kangan) to the girl on their first meeting. It is a mark of acceptance and a nod to go ahead with the preparation of the marriage. It is also a symbolic way of showing faith in the capabilities of the new bride in fulfilling the responsibilities...

Temple Jewellery Has Made A Comeback And How!

temple jewellery set for marriage
Looking to steal the show in the upcoming family wedding or a family function? Give a shot to temple jewellery for sure. Embossed with the depictions of god and goddesses in its design, this ethnic jewellery is all things festive. While it allows you to make a strong statement, its magnificence does not go unnoticed by the onlookers. What's...

Top 3 Heirloom Jewellery For 2021

Indian Heirloom jewellery
A wedding is much more beyond just designer jewellery, fancy clothes, yummy food, and all the fun and frolic around it. It is also an emotional experience. While one family sends off their daughter to a new home, another preps up to welcome a new member into the family. On both the side, there is a tad excitement, a tad...

Polki Jewellery: Regal, Versatile and in Vogue too

polki jewellery online india
No matter your trinket box is brimming with diamonds and gemstones but without a sparkling set of Polki jewellery it always feels incomplete. Its regal design, natural splendour, and rich look-and-feel never fail to steal the show. What makes it all the more desirable is, its versatility! While it beautifully adorns a traditional look, perfecting an indo-western styling also...

Neither Sweet Nor Fruit, This Temple Distributes Gold Jewellery as Prasad

Mahalakshmi Temple in Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh
India is the land of mystical temples. Some Hindu shrines will amaze you with the beliefs around them, while others will charm you with their stunning architecture. But when you visit this Mahalaxmi Temple, located in Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh, you will be pleasantly surprised for a different reason altogether. Here you get, neither sweet nor fruit as prasad, but...

Go Royal With A Satlada Or Panchlada Haar

Sathlada and panchlada haar
s atlada and Panchlada Haar are nothing but a necklace with sever and five strings of pearls respectively. Originally it was worn by the Nizaam of Hyderabad as a seven-layered Satlada. Moreover, according to the National Museum of India, the pearls used in this majestic jewel is 'graded Basra pearls' which means, that pearls have a Persian origin. At the moment,...