Traditional Jewellery of Maharashtra (See Pics)

Informative news August 28th, 2020 11:56

 The bride's wedding dress and jewellery is enough to know what the bride is from. Even if seen, no bride can be imagined without jewellery, because without them, her makeup is incomplete. In India, you will see variety in the bridal jewellery of every state because the bride of every state likes to wear her traditional jewellery at her wedding.

 However, time has changed now. Today, brides prefer to wear jewellery as per their choice and not their state. At the same time, there is a lot of craze for Maharashtrian jewellery in girls.

 If you also want a Maharashtrian look in your wedding, then you can take ideas from here. This will also make your look different and will enhance your personality a lot.

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 Nose ring

 It is an ornament worn in the nose. In Maharashtra, women wear cashew-shaped naths(nose ring(. This nath is actually of Brahmin style which is studded with basara pearls, emeralds or rubies. At the same time, according to the Tradition, it was worn by piercing the nose on the left side. But if you do not want to get your nose pierced then there is nothing to worry about, you will also get this Nath as clip on so that you will be able to wear Maharashtra's Traditional Nath comfortably.

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 Mohan Mala

 Mohan Mala is actually called a long necklace, which consists of layers of gold beads. The designs of these pearls worn in routine are quite simple and round shape, but if you are thinking of wearing a Mohan Mala at your wedding, then you can choose a different design garland.

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 Kolhapuri equipment

 Kolhapuri Saj is a type of neck piece, which is in round shape. It also has many pendants. Each pendant has a different design. It features 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu. 2 has emeralds and rubies on them. Eight has an Ashta Mars design to show happiness and prosperity and finally an emulate.

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 Ambada Pin

 Ambada Pin Maharashtra women wear their bun re over. As such, Ambada pin is a Sammy circular pin, which gives an even more beautiful look to a woman's hair and her bun hairstyle. Nowadays it is available in many types of designs.

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 Walkie

 It is an ornament worn on the arms and is also called the arm band. These are designed like gold or any pendant. Dressed in traditional dress, the jewellery looks quite beautiful.

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