While there are many cultural expectations regarding how brides should dress, all cultures place emphasis on the bride’s beauty. The bride is expected to be the most beautiful, with the best jewelry and clothing. She will also be the one who stands out from the rest. This idea is known as the’sola shirar’, or 16 adornments in Indian culture. These sixteen styling, jewelry, and dressing secrets are what make a bride stand out from the rest. This includes the’shadika joda’, or bridal outfit, which can be a saree or lehenga-choli, or a salwar kameez, as well as make up elements such as lipstick, bindi and alta (henna tattoos for the feet), and mehendi for the hands and arms. The majority of the elements are bridal jewelry pieces, which is not surprising considering Indian weddings are all about the sparkle. This isn’t the time for simplicity at an Indian wedding. The bride must be the one to apply this rule. These are the most important pieces in traditional bridal jewelry sets.
This type of Indian bridal jewellery is very popular and is widely worn. The forehead ornament is attached to the hair, and it ends below the hairline. This type of hair ornamentation and fore-head ornamentation can be found in many different regions.
Earrings worn in Indian bridal jewelry are often large and elaborate. The Polki earrings are a popular traditional variation, with uncut diamonds and ear cuffs that reach to the hairline.
Nose rings or Nath
These nose-rings are heavier than the usual and more luxurious looking. They also have a larger hoop style and are smaller than small studs. They are usually made with pearls or gold, and have a thin chain that connects to the hair or ear decorations.
Indian bridal jewelry is often made up of multiple necklaces or pendants. They are usually made from gold, pearls and precious and semi-precious gemstones. Kundan and Thewa bridal jewelry sets are often multi-layered with intricate filigree design.
This large bracelet is made of gold and worn around the upper arms.
A gold circlet, adorned with small stones or crystals, is worn around your waist. This is usually worn with a lehenga or saree, rather than a salwar kameez.
The ‘chura’ is a set consisting of red, gold and white bangles that are worn all the way to the elbows. It is one of the most important pieces in Indian bridal jewelry.
Indian brides often wear the panja instead of wearing heavy rings. This combination consists of a thin bracelet and rings that are connected by thin chains.
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