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Meenakari Jewellery - The Ethnic Beauty of Indian Jewels

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Meenakari Jewellery - The Ethnic Beauty of Indian Jewels

Meenakari Jewellery is an emerging fashion trend in the modern era and is becoming much more desirable and famous after it's been seen on screen in the famous Bollywood movies like Jodha Akbar, where Aishwarya Rai is carrying the ethnic range, the Meenakari Jewellery so beautifully. Rajput has a tradition of wearing heavy necklace sets, the jewelry starts from the high neck and touches all the down to the chest. The bigger and heavier the jewelry, higher the status and wealth of family. The art of designing these ethics is in the hands of craftsmen of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Rajasthan...

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How to take Care of Your Jewellery and Keep it for Long Time?

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How to take Care of Your Jewellery and Keep it for Long Time?

Jewellery needs care and the occasional clean-up. There is no point spending your money in jewellery if it ends up looking lackluster after a while. Care for jewellery is as vital as purchasing the right pieces. Even the fine quality jewellery needs special care to keep it looking great. From right storage to gentle cleaning, taking good care of your jewellery can help you get the most out of your collection. Though costume and fine jewellery are handcrafted from different materials and have different values, many of the same rules apply to the maintenance of both types.Every piece of jewellery...

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Handpainted Meenakari Jhumka Jhumki Earrings to Transform Your Look

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Handpainted Meenakari Jhumka Jhumki Earrings to Transform Your Look

Jhumka Jhumki earrings are an everlasting jewellery ornament of which fashion never comes to an end. They are well-known jewellery ornament from royal emperor era till now. Jewellery has always been a main part in our lifestyle. Right from the revelations from the Indus Valley Civilizations to the paintings in the Ajanta caves to the latest diggings from the Vijayanagara Empire, our craze for jewellery and the ingenuity and labor displayed in it has always been showcased with utmost dignity and great significance. All Indian epics have references of gold, diamond and precious stone jewellery in large quantity. There are limited pieces of jewelleries that...

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