Thursday, 21 November 2013

Indian Traditional Gold Necklace Designs

 
TBZ Gold Necklace Designs

In a diverse country like India, where one can find a wide range in language, culture, traditions etc., a huge variety is available in the designs and patterns of gold set. Every piece from every part of the country is unique and reflects rich cultural history of the country. Here is a small insight on the diverse gold patterns and designs available in various parts of India.

The Traditional Maharashtrian gold jewellery designs:
In Marathi families living in Maharashtra, the jewellery worn on the day of the wedding is usually passed on from one generation to another. There are brides who exchange the old designs for new ones and there are brides who carry forward the tradition. The traditional jewellery passed on to the bride consists of, Laxmi Haar (Goddess Laxmi's necklace), is worn in neck and is long in length. This old design is still fresh in style. Another beautiful and unique gold piece is worn on arms by the brides and it is called Baju Bandha, this is to enhances the beauty of the bride's hands. Chincha Pethi is another type of necklace that fits the neck and enhances the grace of a Marathi bride. These are the various traditional Marathi designs found commonly in Maharashtra.


Continue Reading to know more about the are various patterns and designs made from gold, found in various parts of India.

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