The first of our two part series explored the evolution of Indian jewelry from the ancient to the medieval times. This part of the series will try and understan...
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The jewellery of India is as rich and varied as its people and culture. From the north of the country to the south, from the east to the west, you will find an ...
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India’s long and storied history would not be half as exciting or colourful, if it were not festooned with tales of treasure and jewelry. Legendary gems, famous...
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Springtime Jewelry Trends: Welcome the sparkling season in sparkling style: Part I Spring is in the air. The air itself is crisp, the days longer and the nig...
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It was over 4,000 years ago that the first diamonds were mined in India, in alluvial deposits of the stone along the rivers Krishna, Penner and Godavari. D...
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Female ornamentation is a fairly old practice in Indian culture that stems from the ancient Sanskrit text, which laid down the concept of the sola singar. It re...
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Shah Rukh Khan feels that men shouldn’t wear jewelery. The superstar may endorse many jewelry brands, but he doesn't like wearing any. A complete contrast on th...
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Women have come a long way from their perceived traditional roles of being housewives. Today women are directors of companies, airhostesses, executives in sales...
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The first part of our series catalogued the preference of styles of jewelry in the North of India. This part takes a closer look at the prevalent styles of jewe...
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