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7 Indian Jewelry Designs Perfect for Every Traditional Occasion
Indian culture is acclaimed for its diversity and festive spirit. We celebrate colorful traditional occasions all-round the year with rejoicing no matter what our religion is. From the southern ends of Kanyakumari to the northern heights of Kashmir- each state has diverse cultural practices full of hues. Thus, each festival of India is unique in its own way representing regional heritage and rituals. Even apart from our own religious festivals, we take part in traditional occasions of other religions too. The recent times were tough for all of us. We all are trying to be accept the new normal and get over our personal grief and depression. But ‘time and tide wait for none- so we must leave the negativity behind and welcome the future. The only way this time to celebrate is to plan the approaching festive season with oomph and joy to soak all the positivity and hope for coming times. Now the best plan to get a 10-on-10 on looks for your festive event is dressing up themed in traditional attire. Now the first thing we all need to celebrate the traditional occasion is the special attire and alluring Indian jewelry designs that awestruck everyone. For all mood Indian traditional jewelry designs have collections. So, let us dig into some beautiful Indian jewelry designs perfect for every traditional occasion: Drooping Jhumka Earrings: The expression of elegance with a spice of style- this is what implies traditional timeless jhumkas. Being one of the ancient styles of earrings Indian admire, it is still in a fashion keeping the base style the same. Apart from the historical fact, the scope of wearing these earrings is vast. Indian women of all ages surely have this into her collection. As it accessorizes with all traditional attire like- saree, lehenga, and ethnic dress the Indian woman adores them. The handpicked collection of Tarinika- Ruhi Antique Jhumka Earrings perfectly illustrates the above. Unique in style with its flared-shaped top part is complementing the bottom bell-shaped Jhumka. It is antique gold plated and CZ studded jhumka – great for nailing any traditional event. Majestic Chandbali Earrings: Chandbali or crescent moon-shaped earrings are in fashion ever since it can trace back to. In the former times, queens used to wear this to flaunt their royalty and refinement. Today it is a classic earring Indian style- that is popular around the world for being an icon to our traditional heritage. Tarinika artfully crafted Ehimay Antique earrings with perfection. Studded with the best quality multicolored CZ stones and two layers of cluster pearls- it is a modern yet unique addition to the Chandbali Style earrings for a statement look of 2021. Elegant Layer Style Necklace: A necklace is the most important piece of jewelry when you are going to dress in an ethnic theme. Flaunting them on traditional occasions is our patrimony. Amidst different Indian necklace styles, layer necklace sets are a significant name that was present in an archaic era as well as present time. It is always loved for being glorious and lavish. Illustrating the heritage of Indian Layer necklace design the Delicate Patterns Three Layered Necklace Set from Tarinika should be on your Wishlist for the coming festival season. The necklace is a great piece of art made with exquisite enamel work and floral patterns to make you look iconic at the event. Treasurous Coin Style Necklace: Coin necklace is a popular South Indian necklace style that attracts grandeur to your personality reflecting the aristocracy. When you can’t decide which necklace to pair up with your traditional saree- the answer will surely be a coin necklace. It is a great example of antique jewelry India - showcasing both your look for traditional occasion wear and bridal jewelry. Tarinika Purvi Antique Necklace Set is a remarkable classic coin-style necklace set. This is a next-generation coin-style necklace with floral motif coins symmetrically crafted with kempu stone on an antique gold base. What could be better than this simple and inspiring necklace set to experiment with? Lavish Choker: Whether you are planning to get hitched or shopping for an upcoming intimate wedding event- a choker is a must-have. From traditional heavily studded and embellished choker to modern subtle and stylish statement choker there is a vast variety of collections to complement every outfit. Here we present one of our best sellers- Tarinika Adita Antique Choker Set. A unique yet traditional bridal wedding jewelry for today’s bride. Intricate of wedding possession escorting the groom with a chariot is crafted with perfection in this choker set. It makes this an excellent choice if you are looking to create a statement look. Shimmering Bangles: Bangles are an indispensable part of Indian traditional jewelry. The trend of wearing bangles is as old as our civilization. Yes, you heard it right- the traces of wristwear jewelry are found in almost all archaeological sites. This prehistoric fashion jewelry is still very much relevant and widely put on internationally. Coming from the Indian perspective, bangles are mandatory for every ethnic occasion. Inspired by beautiful floral and leaf patterns our artisans crafted the Botanical Antique Bangles-a clip-open style bangle exhibiting elegancy of traditional Indian jewelry. If you are wondering what to pair with your wedding trousseau- then this remarkable pair of bangles from India will be the best choice. Twinkling Bridal Waistband: A waistband is a vintage jewelry trend found in the Indian sub-continent. In ancient times this jewelry is loved by the royals. Today also it is paramount for a wedding look, especially seen in South Indian weddings. It is widely popular in Southern India as Vaddanam. Looking to add a shining line into your bridal look, then Tarinika Nadeeka Antique Waist Chain is just what you want. It is a sleek and designer antique gold-plated waist chain for a stylish and statement bridal wedding jewelry look. Studded with shinning CZ stones and cluster pearl drops it is a symbol of regality. Stay tuned to www.tarinika.com for a more updated collection as we are complementing our collection continuously. Source- https://www.tarinika.com/blogs/news/7-indian-jewlery-designs-perfect-for-every-traditional-occasion
DIY Macrame Bracelet
You’ll need: 4 yards of 0.5mm chinese knotting cord a connector or charm an embroidery needle a pair of scissors flat nose pliers (optional) a lighter (optional) Start by cutting the knotting cord into two 30 inch, two 20 inch and one 10 inch lengths. Fold the 20 inch piece in half, pull the loop through the ring, fold it over the ring, and pull the rest of the cord through the loop. Repeat the step on the other side of the ring. These strands will be anchored and remain stationary. Center the 30 inch cord under the two middle strands. Fold the right cord over the middle strands and under the left cord. Pull the left cord under the right and middle strands and through the loop on the right side. Pull tightly and slide the knot up to the top. Finish the 2nd half of the square knot by folding the left cord over the middle strands and under the right cord. Pull the right cord under the left and middle strands and through the loop on the left side. Pull tightly and repeat the steps – left, right, left, right . . . Continue knotting until the desired length is reached. Keep in mind that the clasp will take up approximately half an inch. To finish the knots, thread one of the cords onto a needle and sew up the center of 3-4 knots along the backside. Pliers will help pull the needle through the tight knots. Repeat the same step on the other cord. After sewing up both knotting cords, trim away any excess. Save the scraps and melt the tips with a lighter to seal it for extra hold. Repeat the same exact step on the second half of the bracelet. To make a sliding closure, shape the bracelet into a circle and overlap the middle strands. Use scraps to temporarily tie the cords together at each end. Take the 10 inch cord and center it under the strands. Start tying square knots exactly the same way the bracelet was executed. Stop at about half an inch and sew the knotting cords into the backside of the closure. Remove the temporary ties. The two sets of middle strands are now the adjustable ties of the bracelet. Adjust to fit the wrist and tie each end into knots. Trim away any excess. Your adjustable knotted bracelets are finished!! xx
What Your Birthstone Says About You
January - Garnet Garnet, the birthstone for January, signifies eternal friendship and trust and is the perfect gift for a friend. Garnet, derived from the word granatum, means “seed,” and is called so because of the gemstone's resemblance to a pomegranate seed. References to the gemstone dates back to 3100 B.C., when the Egyptians used garnets as inlays jewelry. Constancy, Loyalty. February - Amethyst Amethyst, the birthstone for February, is believed by ancient Greeks and Romans to ward off temptation, also is said to keep the wearer clear-headed and quick-witted. Throughout history, the gemstone has been associated with many myths, legends, religions, and numerous cultures. English regalia were even decorated with amethysts during the Middle Ages to symbolize royalty. Serenity, Peace. March - Aquamarine The name aquamarine is derived from the Latin word aqua, meaning water, and marina, meaning the sea. This gemstone was believed to protect sailors, as well as to guarantee a safe voyage. The serene color of aquamarine is said to cool the temper, allowing the wearer to remain calm and levelheaded. Its pale, cool color beautifully complements spring and summer wardrobes. Courage, Health. April - Diamond As the April birthstone, diamonds are the ideal gift for a loved one, with more choices now than ever. These stones are strong, eternal, and came from time and extreme pressure. Innocence, Love. May - Emerald As the birthstone for May, the emerald, a symbol of rebirth, is believed to grant the owner foresight, good fortune, and youth. Emerald, derived from the word smaragdus, meaning green in Greek, was mined in Egypt as early as 330 B.C. Happiness, fertility. June - Pearl, Alexandrite For centuries, pearls have been used as an adornment., and were one of the favorite gem materials of the Roman Empire. Later in Tudor England, the 1500s were known as the pearl age. Pearls are unique as they are the only gems from living sea creatures and require no faceting or polishing to reveal their natural beauty. Balance, Joy. July - Ruby There’s no better way to demonstrate your love than by giving a ruby in celebration of a July birthday. Rubies arouse the senses, stir the imagination, and are said to guarantee health, wisdom, wealth and success in love. Nobility, Beauty. August - Peridot Peridot is said to host magical powers and healing properties to protect against nightmares and to bring the wearer power, influence, and a wonderful year. As peridot is a gemstone that forms deep inside the earth and brought to the surface by volcanoes, in Hawaii, peridot symbolizes the tears of Pele, the goddess of fire and volcanoes. Felicity, Protection. September - Sapphire Sapphire, the September birthstone, has been popular since the Middle Ages and, according to folklore, will protect your loved ones from envy and harm. Medieval clergy wore sapphires to symbolize heaven, while commoners thought the gem attracted heavenly blessings. Wisdom, Calmness. October - Opal, Tourmaline The name opal derives from the Greek Opallos, meaning "to see a change (of color)." Opals range in color from milky white to black with flashes of yellow, orange, green, red, and blue. Balance, Endurance. November - Topaz Topaz is a gemstone available in a rich rainbow of colors. Prized for several thousands of years in antiquity, all yellow gems for a time were called topaz. The most prized color of topaz is called Imperial topaz after the Russian Czars of the 1800s, and features a magnificent orange body color with pink undertones. Friendship, strength. December - Turquoise, Zircon The name turquoise, from the French expression Pierre tourques or Turkish stone, originated in the thirteenth century and describes one of the oldest known gemstones. Wisdom, wealth. What is your birthstone!?