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Jewellery Designs in India - Online Jewellery Most Trusted Brand Store India
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• South India has the different types of jewellery collections they mostly used Nakshi and Temple jewellery, Polki diamond jewellery, Antique gold jewellery, Pacchi Jewellery, Kundan Jewellery.
• North India has Maangtika and Jhoomar. The Maangtika is a traditional head piece worn most often at weddings, traditionally by the Hindu bride. The Nath is the traditional Indian nose ring, most commonly worn on the left nostril. Bajuband and Vanki, Kamarbandh, Jhumkas and Balis, Mangalsutra and Thaali, Payal, Kangan.
• East India has Kundan jewellery it is considered to be one of the costliest Indian jewellery forms. Meenakari is if one likes colorful and bright jewelleries, then one is sure to love the meenakari works. Jadau, Lac, Pachchikam, Polki.
• West India has Nath the Nose ring is an integral part of the Bengali culture and Bengali wedding jewellery. Paati Haar, In Bengali parlance, 'paati haar' is the necklace worn in Durga Puja and weddings. Jhumko, Tikli, Tairaa, Chik, Baala, Kaan Baala, Chur.
There cannot be a woman in India, who does not adore herself with minimum jewellery. In fact, jewellery is considered as security and prestige of women in the country. The attraction for jewellery has been great in India that it is no more a craft than an art.
The range of jewellery in India varies from religious to purely aesthetic types. It is crafted not only for humans, but also for the Gods, ceremonial elephants and horses. Royal class people have given patronage to the art of jewellery since ancient times, when rajas and maharajas vied with each other to possess the most exquisite and magnificent pieces. Regional differences can be observed in the making of jewellery, depending on the differences in geography, people, culture, and their lifestyle.
While the designs in solid gold jewellery of Tamil Nadu and Kerala are inspired by nature, the Meenakari and Kundan styles of jewellery making have been influenced by the Mughal dynasty.
You can check the Indian designer jewellery here at Jewelroof. Some of the designs are given below.
The Principal Lotus Ring by Jewelroof ( http://www.jewelroof.com/
The Peacock-Quill Necklace Set ( http://www.jewelroof.com/