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Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Its about The Auspicious Wedding Thread Mangalsutra


Women match their mangalsutra with earrings, and demand for gold jewellery designs that are unique in style. A diamond mangalsutra is matched with bangles, earrings and finger rings. A gold mangalsutra can be paired with a gold necklace, bangles, earrings, armband, waistband, etc. Women these days, pay special attention to their mangalsutra, as it is one of their important assets. On many occasions, just a simple mangalsutra paired with earrings looks elegant and classy. In India, the mangalsutra holds a special significance in every married woman's life. In the Northern regions of India, this auspicious thread is called 'mangalsutra', and in the Southern parts of India, it is called 'thaali'. The name further varies according to the different castes and sub-castes; but in the end, this auspicious thread holds the same value and importance in every woman's life in India.

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'Mangalsutra' is the auspicious thread that symbolizes the marital status of a woman. The groom ties this auspicious thread around his bride's neck, at the wedding ceremony. This thread is made of a gold pendant and black beads. Black beads are worn to ward off the evil eye and to have a flawless marriage. In olden times, women wore this auspicious thread around them at all times. However, as times progressed, so did the traditions. These days, women wear the mangalsutra only on special occasions, to match it up with their traditional outfits. Though we cannot completely deny the fact that, many women follow traditions and wear the auspicious thread all the time. In any case, this thread plays an important role in the lives of married women. Many jewellery stores these days have started showing their creativity in the making of this auspicious thread, which is more evident.

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Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Gold Jewellery Designs For Maharashtrian Brides

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The perfect Maharashtrian bridal look is achieved with the right combination of 6 yards or 9 yards saree and perfect gold jewellery designs.

In this culture, pure gold jewellery is highly used. It is sometimes added with precious pearls, but use of diamonds, or meenakari and kundan is rarely seen. A variety of beautiful gold necklace designs are seen in jewellery stores that specialize in Maharashtrian jewellery. From head to toe, various jewellery pieces are available in gold and a few of these pieces are a must. This jewellery is complemented with a typical 9 yards or 6 yards 'Paithani' on the day of the wedding.

This type of saree holds a special place in every Maharashtrian bride's life. Authentic gold ornaments worn by a traditional Maharashtrian brides are: Nath – (Nose Ring/Stud) this is a traditional piece of jewellery worn in the nose and is designed in a semicircle shape and is made of pearls and gold.

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Thursday, 6 March 2014

Gold Jewellery Designs For The Woman Of Today


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There is a vast difference between the woman of today, and the women from olden times. A proverb commonly used these days: “Educating women is the sign of progress”, defines the women of the 21st century. Over a period of years, the point of view towards women has changed for good. Modern women are in every sector, contributing to the development of every nation. They strike a perfect balance between beauty and intelligence. To enhance their beauty and encourage them in the good work that they do, many jewellers have come up with modern gold jewellery designs, that will match their personality.

Indian gold jewellery in the olden times was designed to flaunt the richness of a family. The designs were bold and heavy, with works of Minakari and Kundan. This definitely enhanced the beauty of women in olden times; but these days, heavy jewellery is worn only on special occasions. Women today prefer delicate designs that are light and match their strong personality. Many jewellers have a special collection that is designed for working women. These designs reflect the strength and beauty of every woman, and helps them connect well with their jewellery. It is in fashion to wear a simple gold chain with a dainty gold pendant, or simple golden studs and bracelets. They go well with formal attire, and complement their corporate look.

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Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Indian Gold Jewellery For Brides Around The Globe


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To plan a wedding in India is not too difficult. The internet has gifted us with many easy, simple methods at our fingertips, by providing details about almost every aspect of an Indian wedding,. But sometimes, it is better to know things from personal experience. So, for all the brides from foreign countries who want to plan a wedding in traditional India style, here are some helpful tips for you. To get the perfect look of a traditional Indian bride, it is necessary to wear the right outfit and Indian gold jewellery, that complements your look.

The jewellery designed in India reflects the age old Indian traditions, and strikes a perfect balance between beauty and beliefs. It is important to buy gold jewellery from a trusted brand/ store, to get pure gold and unique designs at the correct price. Many Indian states are famous for their jewellery designs, in places like Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, among others. More information about renowned stores in the above states, who offer beautiful diamond, gold, silver and platinum jewellery, are available online. First, decide a theme for your wedding, like a South-Indian, Rajasthani, Maharashtrian or Punjabi wedding; then choose jewellery that will match the traditions of that place.

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Friday, 14 February 2014

Buy Gold Jewellery On EMI


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In India, the importance of gold and gold jewellery is seen at many different levels. It plays a major role in every family and is purchased on various occasions, for different purpose. Precious gold jewellery is not only purchased to flaunt the wealth and success of a family on various occasions, but also to have a sense of security for any difficult times in future. It is considered as a precious commodity that will never lead to loss, and also, makes for a secured provision during bad times. Many people in India cannot buy gold jewellery because of the financial discomfort; and so, they are offered amazing schemes which allow them to purchase gold jewellery on EMI.

It is best to buy gold jewellery just before the start of the wedding season, as the deals and offers provided are great value for money, at that time. The gold necklace designs are fresh and designed for the upcoming wedding season, which proves to be an excellent deal. The brides also find enough time to research and select the perfect wedding jewellery to match their outfits. This also avoids the last minute shopping or loss of discounts and good deals. These days, many jewellery stores are available online, that offer a wide range of modern designs and also make customized designs, on request. It is easy to pay through credit/ debit cards, which offers some great purchasing schemes.

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Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Platinum Jewellery Or Gold Jewellery?


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There is often a lot of confusion in finalizing one particular outfit or jewellery type. Couples are generally confused between platinum jewellery or gold jewellery – which one will suit them best, and match their wedding outfit?

Couples who are opting for a white wedding, can go for jewellery that is silver in color. Delicate diamond jewellery that has a tiny pendant in a chain, and ear rings placed in a metal like platinum, can make the bride look classy and stylish. Men mostly prefer wearing jewellery that is silver in color, made from silver, platinum or white gold. Platinum rings go well with white gowns and suits, to give the couple a more contemporary look. Platinum causes Zero allergies, and is the purest metal that one can wear. Wearing the perfect wedding jewellery makes the bridal couple look stunning on their special day. To enhance the look of the bride and the groom, it is important to balance the outfit with the right amount of jewellery, that matches the design of their wedding outfits. For white weddings, choosing silver based jewellery with a delicate design, is always the right option.

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Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Wedding collections for the wedding season

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TBZ Wedding collections

The winter season is here, also known as the season of weddings in India. Many auspicious Mahurats take place in this season; and hence, many Hindu weddings are observed during this time of the year. The couples and their families favour this season more than any other season, because of the good climate and pleasant atmosphere. During this season, the wedding planners, jewellery stores, dress designers, etc., are all set to showcase their best work and give the best services to the brides and grooms. It is very important to book the venue for a wedding in advance, to avoid the last minute worry and lack of availability. The wedding collections found during this season are at quite amazing, and the best deals are available on jewellery and wedding outfits.

Indian brides are heavily dressed for their weddings; and hence, they prefer winter weddings. The pleasant weather favors them to carry the heavy jewellery and dress, for long hours. The modern day jewellery designers have come up with mind-blowing contemporary designs for the 21st century Indian brides. These designs are inspired from the rich Indian culture and its history. Indian bridal jewellery is customized and designed according to the needs of the brides, to match her wedding outfit and the budget. These designs are inspired from the tastes and beliefs of the bride, to perfectly reflect her personality. The jewellery is mostly made of gold, along with use of silver or platinum.
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Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Why couples exchange rings during their wedding ceremonies?


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There is quite a bit of confusion that couples and their families face, during engagement and wedding ceremonies. The confusion is all about the color of the precious metals, that are to be used in rings and other accessories, during such auspicious occasions. The trend of exchanging identical love bands is popular amongst most modern couple, nowadays. However, men these days prefer silver colored metals, and women opt for diamonds. Many couples opt for white gold or platinum rings to complement each other's wedding bands. Diamonds are best supported by gold and platinum; so, to cut on the cost of rings and stay within the budget, brides choose white gold diamond rings and grooms go with platinum bands.

Have you ever wondered why couples exchange rings during their wedding ceremonies?

The exchange of rings holds a very special place in every couple's life. This is not merely a new fashion trend that has recently begun, but it has a strong meaning which is rooted deeply within our history. The circle of the rings is the symbol of eternity, with no beginning or end; and the hole in the center is not just a space, but a getaway or door that leads to events that are both known and unknown.

This tradition is followed all across the world, and every culture has it's own set of traditions. These sub-traditions are followed to make the brides look beautiful on the day of their wedding, and to enhance their beauty. The brides shine with a gold necklace, ear rings and other accessories to complement her wedding ring.

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Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Gold Necklace And Gold Jewellery Found In Kerala


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Kerala is commonly known as 'God's own country' because of the number of temples found here. It has a vast cultural background and has a rich 'Golden' history. These days, Kerala is also termed as the richest state because of the amount of gold worn by the women living there. The brides in Kerala have a tradition of wearing a large amount of gold on their wedding day. Hence, a wide range of gold jewellery designs are found in Kerala. It is the best place for brides-to-be to shop for gold, as a huge variety is found in gold ornaments

Wearing the perfect gold necklace on the day of your wedding is very important. It not only complements the dress/ saree of the bride, but also enhances her beauty. The various designs found these days are inspired from various elements of life and nature. Some designs are inspired from beautiful flowers and leaves, while some are inspired from the "7 vows” taken by the couple. Having a necklace that matches the bride's nature enhances her beauty, and raises the value of that necklace in her life, to a greater height. These designs are available in various jewellery shops in Kerala and the quality of gold found here, is at it's very best.

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Thursday, 21 November 2013

Indian Traditional Gold Necklace Designs

 
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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.


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Monday, 11 November 2013

Importance Of Gold across the globe


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Gold has always been a very integral part of the human race. To know more about the importance of gold and gold set across the globe during the ancient times read on...

Gold, a precious and rare metal, has diverse significance in people's life. All across the globe, gold holds a different value for different cultures. Gold is a symbol of wealth and prosperity; it ties a lifetime bond between two people. It saves people during the times of financial crises, and also increases a person's status within the society. Gold is given the shape of a gold set , with necklace, gold rings, gold earrings, etc., to enhance the beauty of the wearer. Let us have a quick look at what gold means to people in different places, around the globe.

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Friday, 18 October 2013

Shades Of Gold Jewellery

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Gold jewellery comes in various shades and gifting your loved ones the perfect color for the occasion, can make the day extremely special and extra-ordinary.

When you think of gold jewellery, which color first comes to your mind? Yellow, right? Don't you wish for colorful gold sets that will match your different outfits? Well, the good news is, it is possible! Gold now comes in various shades, with the same quality. The colors are generously obtained by alloying gold with different metals in various proportions. For example, if you mix silver with gold, you will get the color white, and if you mix copper with gold, then you will get the color red. With this new and amazing technique, you can buy gold in different shades, to suit your many moods and styles.

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The colorful gold jewellery can be gifted to your loved ones on various occasions, for instance, you can gift some white gold jewellery on a wedding anniversary. White gold is an alloy of gold mixed with one white metal like nickel, manganese or palladium. Its purity is given in karats, and white is the symbol of peace and happiness. On Valentine's day, you can gift your loved one a red gold set, to express your love in a unique style. Red gold is made from the combination of copper and gold; it is also the symbol of love and passion.

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Thursday, 10 October 2013

Indian Gold Jewellery




In today’s modern times, wearing a good looking piece of jewellery has become a regular fashion. Women love to flaunt their precious jewellery, while men look at jewellery as an asset. Wearing gold jewellery is a trend that is famous, not only among women but also amongst today’s younger generation. Families buy precious accessories for kids right from their birth.

The jewellery is designed specially keeping in mind the age of the wearer. In olden times, people used to collect gold for their girl child, to lessen the burden at the time of marriage. But in modern times, people buy gold for both boys and girls.

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Friday, 27 September 2013

The Bridal Gold Jewellery of Rajasthan



Kundan is believed to be originated in the royal courts of Rajasthan. It is a traditional form of gemstone jewellery. It is made out of precious and semi-precious gems, that are fixed in gold and silver. Kundan is a local Rajasthani word that refers to all the jewellery pieces, which have a combination of lac and gemstones.

Meenakari is the art of enamel, and Meena work (metal craft) was invented by the Mughals. It was popular amongst the Hindus and Mughal royals of Rajasthan. Meenakari is the art of ornamenting and coloring the surface of metal. It is fused with splendid colors and decorated in an intricate design.

The Indian bridal gold jewellery of Rajasthan has another speciality named Thewa. It evolved in Rajasthan during the Mughal era. Thewa is a traditional art of fusing 23K gold with multicolored glass. The glass is treated by a special process which makes it glitter, and highlights the sophisticated gold work.

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Friday, 13 September 2013

Safekeeping Facilities For Indian Gold Jewellery

 
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Gold jewellery, in India, is of utmost importance; not only with regards to the economic factors, but also for social and cultural reasons. From glittering festivities to traditional marriage ceremonies, the value of gold cannot be undermined. For such a precious possession, it is essential to look for safety and security measures that guarantee no compromise. However, one is often unaware of how gold jewellery is evaluated, value of antique jewellery and the various insurance schemes available. In comparison to the world, Indian jewellery insurance facilities still have a long way to go, and only with the emergence of private organizations is jewellery insurance gaining due importance.

The two most prominent ways of jewellery safekeeping are insurance and bank lockers. No matter the size of the gold set or the shape of the gold ring, jewellery is very valuable and all factors must be considered while choosing the appropriate security facilities.

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Thursday, 22 August 2013

Indian Gold And Diamond Jewellery For Your Hair



 


Since ancient times, India has been popular for two things – one, for various aromatic spices in food, which tingle the taste buds; and the second, being its love for gold jewellery While Indian traditional jewelery has already won the hearts of millions with its extravagant designs and colorful intricate artwork, some jewellery is not as famous as their counterparts. The jhoomar, tikka, rakodi and jadai banjara are some of them.

Worn on the forehead, the tikka is a headpiece that forms a vital part of Indian jewellery. Decorating brides and temple dancers in the southern parts of India, this headpiece is usually worn by every woman in the North, irrespective of her age. The tikka collection of India is as diverse as the country, where it was born.


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Monday, 29 July 2013

The Ultimate Gold Jewellery Buying Guide



Gold jewellery has always been purchased by people everywhere, and will continue to be in high demand in the market. Gold is one of the most attractive precious metals all over the globe.

Psychology - Gold has been associated with royalty, luxury, success and prestige. It is considered to be auspicious in various cultures. It is often associated with victory and triumph. Gold holds a sacred space in India as it is used in various customs and traditions.

Colour - Gold is known to be yellow in colour. Apart from yellow, white gold and rose gold are also very popular. For those who like a blend of colours, there are two tone styles available as well. New colours can be formed by mixing pure gold with other metals. Mixing gold with white metals is in vogue now-a-days

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Thursday, 11 July 2013

Unique Indian Jewellery



Indian jewellery is famous all over the world, for its uniqueness and variety. Read the article to get an better in-depth understanding about gold ornaments.

Most foreign countries bear a misconception that Indian jewellery only consists of ornaments made of pure yellow gold. Although, our love for gold and its colour may have created this notion, it is not the only metal used in the ornaments. Jewellery made of white gold, platinum, copper, brass, bronze, silver and even ivory are extensively popular in different parts of India. Jewellery primarily made of glass and wooden beads are also seen in many rural and tribal areas of India. Inspired from their traditions and cultures, different states of India have their own unique patented jewellery designs, which are popular worldwide.

While Delhi is popular for its luxurious Kundan ornaments, Orissa is famous for its delicate Tarakashi or silver filigree jewellery and artwork. The temple town of Nagercoil in South India is famous for its extravagant temple jewellery, and the intricate vibrant designs of Meenakari are popular all over Rajasthan. Surat is renowned for its generous inclusion of diamonds and electroplated brass, and copper jewellery are popular in Moradabad.

Varanasi and Purdilpur are famous for their glass-beaded jewelery collection, while Mathura is famous for its wooden-beaded ornaments. The Bidri work and fresh pearl necklaces of Hyderabad, the lac jewellery of Bikaner and the Thewa jewelry of Pratapgarh along with the exotic tribal bead ornaments of Andhra Pradesh, add a different twist to the already vibrant collection of Indian ornaments.


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Thursday, 4 July 2013

TBZ Hyderabad No Making Charges campaign


No making charges on certified diamond jewellery at all TBZ-The Original stores in Andhra Pradesh and Kerala from 5th July to 20th July 2013.

 
This monsoon season, get some fabulous offers from Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Limited a well-known and trusted jewellery retailer in India with a legacy of over 148 years. TBZ-The Original has waived off all making charges and the offer is valid from 5th July 2013 to 20th july 2013, in TBZ stores, in Andhra Pradesh and Kerala on all their certified diamond jewellery collections.

According to Mr. Kiran Dixit, Group Head-Marketing, TBZ Ltd., this is our signature campaign, that customer's favorite too. It is observed that first time diamond buyers or diamond jewellery collectors or wedding buyers, queue up to the TBZ Stores during this campaign. Some customers take this opportunity to prepare themselves for the upcoming festive season. Whatever may be the buying purpose, TBZ’s wide range of diamond jewellery designs will cater to all.

Monday, 24 June 2013

India And Its Magnificent Temple Jewellery

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Ashish Kaith has extensive knowledge on jewellery and designing. Being an expert of Indian jewellery designs, he writes articles related to gold and jewellery to help people make better choices.

Many people assume that all temple inspired jewellery have images of gods and deities. However, every pattern inspired from nature is also a part of the temple jewellery collection. This includes designs of leaves, birds, flowers and animals engraved on gold. Popular temple jewellery usually have a pendant design of has goddess Mahalakshmi - the goddess of luck and fortune, seated on a lotus. The images of Lord Krishna, Ganesha, Balaji and Vishnu have also become popular in recent times. The main attraction of temple inspired jewellery is the pendants which are huge and alluring with sparkling gemstones and pearls etched on them.

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