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She is a connoisseur of fine jewellery, a woman of high taste, who appreciates art. Living every moment in the present, she respects the past and loves to romance with gemstones. The lady looks stunning in new-age, 18-karat jadau jewellery from the Anaira (‘unique’ in Sanskrit) collection by RANIWALA 1881.

Jewellery forms an intrinsic part of a bride’s trousseau and shopping for it is an elaborate affair. Bridal jewellery not only enhances a bride’s …

Indian bridal jewellery tends to be region-specific and often the jewels are loaded with cultural and traditional symbolism. Each piece of jewellery has relevance …

Just like in any other Indian wedding, jewellery holds a special place in a Karnataka bride’s wedding trousseau. Abounding with cultural significance, a piece …

When it comes to Punjabi weddings, the lavish jewellery is in perfect sync with the grandiose festivities. As a part of her ‘solah shringar’, …

When it comes to pomp and show, a Gujarati wedding easily stands out as the most lavish of affairs. The bride is dressed to …

Love for ornaments and adornment is embedded in the DNA of Indians. During ancient times, Indians of yore lived simply, but took care to …

Azva, the gold jewellery brand of the World Gold Council, is the one collection that encapsulates what the woman of today stands for. The …

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The modern Indian woman is free-spirited, independent and uninhibited, but at the same time she is conscious of her Indian traditions, values and culture …

Brides of Kerala, especially belonging to the Nair community, love to deck up in layers of grand necklaces – each having a distinctive motif …

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