Topmost Indian Jewelry of All Time

It is a universal fact that women and pieces of jewelry are two sides of one coin. India is the biggest example of this notion. Women of India never consider jewelry as a mere artistic piece of precious metal; instead, the pieces of jewelry they purchase or inherit are the assets to be kept forever. Pieces of jewelry in India have exclusive significance since the designs of these are based on the cultures of different parts of the country. Below are the details of them:

Topmost Indian Jewelry

Traditional Jewelry of Kerala

  • The Kerala-based jewelry has another name, the Malabar jewelry
  • Malabar Jewelries are made up of heavy gold of the purest forms
  • The designs mostly get inspiration from floral attributes of nature
  • Manga Mala Necklace is the most common traditional necklace
  • Kasu Mala has designs of coin
  • Kolusu is the anklet
  • Jhimkis are earrings in the shape of bells

Manga Mala Necklace Kerala

Traditional Jewelry of West Bengal

  • The majority of pieces of jewelry come down as inherited pieces which maintain the flow of the traditional designs
  • Nath is worn by the females and as per the people of the society, the bigger the nath is, the higher is her status
  • Paati Haar is popular to wear in Durga Puja
  • Jhumko or traditional Danglers are common
  • The ladies wear the Maang Tika on the head
  • Chur are traditional bracelets
  • The five finger rings attached to a bracelet is known as Ratan Chur

Maang Tikka of West Bengal

Traditional Jewelry of Maharashtra

  • Nathni is the traditional nose ring embedded with pearls
  • Thushi is a pure twenty-two karat gold solid necklace worn during wedding
  • Vaaki is a traditional arm band decorated with stones
  • Ambada Veni Phool is a traditional Hairpin
  • Mohan Mala is a long necklace

Ambada Veni Phool of maharashtra

Traditional Jewelry of Rajasthan

  • The royal history of Rajasthan inspires the state’s pieces of jewelry
  • The pieces of jewelry are creative and colorful
  • Women wear Lac bangles in odd numbers which has variety of styles and form perfect set with seventeen bangles for upper arm and nine bangles for the lower arm

Lac bangles Rajasthan

  • Kundan and Jadau designs are globally renowned for being colorful
  • The polka is a signature cut of precious gems like diamonds, ruby, sapphire, and emerald
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