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Latest trends in Wedding Jewellery

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Wedding jewelleryEvery woman looks her very best on her wedding day. And what adds to her glowing beauty is the wedding jewellary. The changing times, tastes, globalization and extreme economic scenarios, have all influenced the modern bride’s choice of jewellery. According to Preeti, a young bride to be and a budding fashion designer,” I love the heavy and stone studded jewellery that my grandmother and mother wore for their weddings. I wouldn’t mind wearing that stuff for my big day as well.”

The modern woman shares the same love and passion for jewellery like the older generations. But, she does not like stashing away her jewellery in a vault. She wants to wear it regularly. Besides, western clothes are steadily gaining popularity among the younger generation and heavy, chunky don’t compliment that kind of clothing.

According to Ms. Mala Chinappa, “Today’s woman wants jewellery that can be worn as a fashion statement, everyday. This change of taste is mainly because more and more women are working these days. So, they have more exposure. And the economic independence they enjoy is probably the reason that they are ready to experiment. Besides, inter caste marriages are also becoming commonplace. All these factors have influenced a lady’s choice of wedding jewellery as well. These days people go beyond the tali, six bangles, two rings and the diamond earring which constituted the traditional wedding jewellery package.”

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Kerala Glowing with Gold

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Cobra's hood pendantThe land of Kerala is known for its unique backwaters and green scenic beauty, but little is known of the beautiful, traditional ornaments.


Down the ages, jewellery has been an obsession with women in Kerala. It has always occupied a special place in their heart since ancient times. Jewellery in Kerala has originated from the age-old customs and beliefs. The designs vary in size and shape and are indeed a treat to the eye. They range from the elaborate and exquisite, to the simple and functional. The nagapadam or Serpent-hood pendant of Nair women, the cherutali necklace of Namboodri ladies, and the mekka mothiram worn by the Christian women are classical examples of, traditional jewellery of Kerala.

Ornaments of different patterns are used by women of all communities and castes. These ornaments are for the neck, the arm, the nose and the ankle.

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