Indian Bridal Jewelry

Posted by RAJESHDAS 07/12/2017 0 Comment(s) Blogger,

 

Wedding is big part of the whole Indian culture, we Indians are known for our elaborately ritualistic and colorful weddings. Weddings become a complete fan fare in Indian that rolls on for at least four to five days and in some sects even more. Indian jewelry has an identity of its own. The designs, the color and the hand created finesse cannot be seen in any other. And Indian weddings marked for its uniqueness is as unique as its culture and jewelry.

 

Wedding is big part of the whole Indian culture, we Indians are known for our elaborately ritualistic and colorful weddings. Weddings become a complete fan fare in Indian that rolls on for at least four to five days and in some sects even more. It is considered to be a new beginning for both the bride and the groom. It is a vital threshold of everyone’s life and no one wants to spoil a single second in thinking twice about the money that gets burned in these occasions. Not only does the family of the girl and the boy, but even the others take it up as an occasion to buy new clothes and not to forget jewelry.

 

Jewelry also plays a major role in Indian weddings. The look of the bride is considered incomplete without the jewelry. She is laden from head to toe with jewelry of gold, diamond and silver. Jewelry sales go presumably up during the wedding season as even the others pool in to buy new designer jewelry to wear on wedding functions. And most of the wedding day jewelry remains on the heavier side. In southern part of India they people are known to give kilos of gold jewelry to their daughters for her wedding day. In India, the jewelry is regarded as the Stri-Dhan, meaning that it is the sole property of the girl getting married and no other has right over it. The people who reside in the northern part of India have a fetish over diamond and precious stone studded jewelry. Jaipur, Rajasthan and Gujarat is known for its rich and colorful kundan sets, meenakari work, and polki diamond jewelry. The Bengalis however prefer solid gold jewelry without any stone setting. Nowadays even pearls are used to create beautiful bridal sets. The market provides you with numerous brands, beautiful designs both traditional and modern to choose from.

 

Indian jewelry has an identity of its own. The designs, the color and the hand created finesse cannot be seen in any other. And Indian weddings marked for its uniqueness is as unique as its culture and jewelry.

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