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Kumkum Boxes - A Must Have for Indian Weddings

Tuesday, August 27, 2019 12:41:00 PM America/New_York

Kumkum or Sindoor box is given to the bride by the groom during an Indian wedding ceremony. Sindoor a red or orange-red colored powder is applied for the first time to a Hindu bride during the marriage ceremony- when the bridegroom himself adorns her with it. The ceremony is called 'Sindoor-Dana' and is very much in vogue even today. Kumkum boxes are therefore, high in demand and are extremely traditional with deep rooted ethnic values. Read our blog for more details and view our magnificent, handcrafted 22K gold kumkum box collection.

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Comments | Posted in Temple Jewellery By Upasana Gupta

South Indian Actresses Inspire Bridal Goals

Wednesday, May 29, 2019 2:40:09 PM America/New_York

Celebrities are the biggest trendsetters!. The clothes, jewelry they wear, the designers they patronize become instant hits! Anything these actresses wear, their fans love it so much that they start investing time looking up similar designs on online platforms or stores nearby to be an active part of the latest fashion trend. Here we have come up with a list of 5 south Indian celebrities who sport the Indian bridal look beautifully, and give us our ethnic bridal wear goals. They inspire us to be our best elegant selves and look classic, yet fashionable.

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5 Ways To Layer Your Jewelry For A Brand-New Look

Tuesday, April 30, 2019 4:24:40 PM America/New_York

One of the many reasons we love layering necklaces is the chance for personal expression. One of the 2019 big trends in jewelry is layering. Let’s face it, it’s not exactly a new trend, it is a comeback, but today the layered jewelry trend has become more of an art, it is architectural, not just a bunch of necklaces put together. A lot of thought goes into color schemes, design features, elements, length of necklaces and more while layering. Layered necklaces make a powerful fashion statement. Let's get inspired by some of the best necklace pairings spotted on Bollywood divas and build your own layered look that speaks for itself this season. Here we discuss 5 different styles of layering necklaces for a brand-new look.

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Comments | Posted in Temple Jewellery By Upasana Gupta

Timeless South Indian Bridal Necklaces

Wednesday, February 20, 2019 10:47:39 AM America/New_York

South Indian jewelry is one of the most traditional and cultural jewelry of India. South Indian bridal jewelry including necklaces is a reflection of auspicious beauty, as it represents traditional beliefs that have been passed down in families for generations. Now, whether you are a south Indian bride yourself or getting married into a south Indian family you will be in awe of the perfectly handcrafted Temple jewelry designs that capture the essence of south Indian heritage. Here are few traditional south Indian brides - each recreating an eternal grandeur with their traditional jewelry. Let's get inspired by their timeless bridal look and take a peek at our latest bridal necklace collection.

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Comments | Posted in Temple Jewellery By Upasana Gupta

Dazzling Jhumki Designs

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 4:53:22 PM America/New_York

Jhumki or jhumkas is my most favorite ornament in Indian jewelry. My mother, a gifted Bharatnatyam dancer often adorned these lovely bell shaped earrings to complete her ethnic look. Growing up, I remember wearing these traditional yet chic earrings to traditional events and actually feeling complete as I always felt that jhumkis formed an integral part of dressing up for any formal or informal occasion. Although jhumkis emerged in ancient times, it has still managed to be a hot favorite of Indian brides, Bollywood stars, and women across the globe. Today, jhumkis come in a variety of styles and designs from plain gold, pearls, uncut diamond to earrings studded with precious gems like rubies and emeralds. Let's read more to view the latest designs and learn how these glamorous drop earrings can add the much needed fun and oomph to your wardrobe. 

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Comments | Posted in Temple Jewellery By Upasana Gupta

Bollywood Inspired Looks for Diwali

Thursday, October 25, 2018 2:06:58 PM America/New_York

Diwali is a time to celebrate goddess Lakshmi, a time of abundance and plenty, and a time to invest in gold. The much-awaited festival of lights and happiness, Diwali, calls for dressing up and looking beautiful. As the ambiance lights up, so should your attire and jewelry. This festive season, celebrate ethnic glamour and ethereal charm inspired by Bollywood with must-have jewelry from our classic gold jewelry collection.

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Comments | Posted in Temple Jewellery By Upasana Gupta

Varalakshmi Vrata: Honoring Goddess Lakshmi

Monday, August 13, 2018 3:14:14 PM America/New_York

Varamahalakshmi Vrata is a festival to honor the goddess Lakshmi, the consort of Vishnu, one of the Hindu Trinity. Varalakshmi is one who grants boons (Vara). It is an important pooja performed by many women in southern India more specifically in the states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Tamil Nadu. Read our blog to find out more about the significance of this auspicious day, and how women benefit by buying and offering gold jewelry to goddess Lakshmi.

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Why Temple Jewellery Is so Popular?

Friday, February 23, 2018 3:53:00 PM America/New_York

One jewelry design that’s proven to remain predominant is Temple Jewelry (also spelled jewellery), which is inspired from the gods, goddesses and carvings of South Indian Temples. Due to its intricate craftsmanship and spiritual edge, Temple jewellery has become very popular and is an essential part of the South Indian brides jewelry trousseau today. Read this blog to learn about the different aspects that makes Temple jewellery so unique and how to take care of these traditional ornaments. Also, take a peek at our latest Temple jewellery collection.

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