Indian Fashion Jewelry Collection from India and jewelry History.
India’s glorious history has affected each and every aspect of Indian lifestyle. Jewelry has remained an integral part of the Indian lifestyle. Thus, the diverse history of India has influence of the jewelry styles as well. You will be surprised to know that the history of Indian jewelry goes back to almost 5000 years. Since pre-historic times,there cannot be a woman in India, who does not adore herself with minimum jewellery. In fact, jewellery is considered as security and prestige of women in the country. The attraction for jewellery has been great in India that it is no more a craft than an art.Indian jewellery is unique in its design and workmanship. In all kinds of traditional dance forms, jewellery has been a significant part. Be it Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi or Kathak, all have given importance to jewellery in presenting the artist. The number of items forming the jewelry of an Indian woman is numerous, ranging from Bangles,earrings,necklaces hair clip,belly chains, Finger rings,Payels etc. Jewelry made with emeralds, diamonds, pearls, rubies, sapphires and other precious and semi-precious stones have been in practice for long.
The Indian jewelry is varied in styles and designs in accordance to the different regions. Different states have different styles of Indian jewelry that are unique to that state and are not found anywhere else.The range of jewelry in India varies from religious to raw material availability types. It is crafted not only for humans, but also for the Gods. Royal class people have given patronage to the art of jewellery since ancient times, when rajas and maharajas vied with each other to possess the most exquisite and magnificent pieces. Regional differences can be observed in the making of jewellery, depending on the differences in geography, people, culture, and their lifestyle.
The designs in solid gold jewellery of Western part of India are inspired by nature, the Meenakari Bangles and Meena kari necklaces and Indian Kundan Jewellery styles of jewelry making have been influenced by the Mughal dynasty. Also there is a huge range of silver beads found all over India, especially in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh. Their availability lead to the development of the bead jewelry,Beaded Jewellery, which is currently very much popular in all over the world in name of Beaded Jewelry,Beads Jewelry,Junk Jewelry and used as casual wear.While Assamese jewellery is influenced by local flora and fauna, Manipuri jewelry-makers make use of items like shells, animal claws, teeth and precious and semi-precious stones. These huge varieties of Indian Fashion jewelry is the result of excellent skill of the jewelry manufacturers and specially the Indian Jewelry Wholesalers who collects and supplies the whole range of Indian fashion jewelry to rest of the world.Wholesale Indian jewelry in Gold, diamonds, silver, sterling silver, precious stones and semi-precious stones,Polki jewelry, Kundan jewelry,Gold Plated jewelry,Bridal jewelry collection for new brides,Beaded jewelry for teen ages and all fashion conscious women's in today's life is a popular rage all over the world.
To even think of celebrating an Indian wedding without the all too important jewelry is impossible,even in today marriage. The wedding is the most important day in a bride’s life. Decking up a bride with ornate and auspicious jewelry has been a custom for many centuries. Weddings are sacred and hence great importance is given to the jewelry worn by the bride jewelry is chosen to strengthen and signify the sanctity of the bond.Jewelry worn by Indian brides are largely similar, though there are a few regional and cultural differences.Normally the Indian girls use Fashion necklaces,Indian Necklaces,Kundan necklaces,Polki necklaces,Bridal jewelry for the wedding day,Beaded jewelry as casual wear,Fashion necklaces as latest fashion style,Gold plated necklaces as replacement of Gold jewelry.Bangles symbolize Indian culture — in spite of all regional and cultural differences, bangles are worn by every Indian women,for example Polki Bangles,Fashion stone bangles,Lakh or Lac Bangles set,Gold Plated bangles,Metal bangles,Indian Glass bangles,Fashion earrings,Jhumka earrings,Gold Plated earrings,Gold plated armlets,Polki armlets,Polki belly chains,Gold Plated belly chains,Polki finger Rings,Fashion finger Rings,Polki earrings,Mangal sutra,Hair clip and last but not least different kind of Fashion bindi and bridal bindis.Nose ring or nath as it is often called has a long chain attached to it,which is hooked into the hair of the bride above her ears. Nose piercing is now trendy and there are many takers for naths,for weddings or otherwise.
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