Traditional Kholapuri jewellery

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A paithani saree with chandra kor bindi with other Traditional Maharastrian jewellery completes Maharashtrian lady’s apperance.  Reetifashions.com online artificial store showcasing the most popular traditional kholapuri jewelleries:

 

Nath :

artificial traditional-kholapuri-jewellery

Nath is an integral part of any Maharashtrian jewellery.  The beauty of nath is accentuated with pearls.  There are 2 types of nath – one requires pierced nose, while the other nath is a clip on, which doesn’t require pierced nose.  A nath comes in different dimentions.

Thushi:

Thushi is finely woven golden beads along the string.  The tushi can be with or without pendent.  It is tight choker around the neck and has adjustable drawsring.  Other Traditional Maharastrian jewellery follows this elegant traditional jewellery

Maharashtrain traditional jewellery - tushi

Maala – Bhora:

Traditional kholapuri bhora mala

Bhora maal is another amusing piece of Traditional Maharastrian Kholapuri jewellery.  Bhora maal is usually long in length, its kind of long haram.  Bhora maal can be singl line maal or multilayer.  The size and shape of the beads woven in maala differs.

Bangles:

Pearl bangles or laksmi/ guninee bangles in pair of 2 or 4 teams with other Maharstrian Traditional jewellery

Green and maroon stone studded 4 pearl bangles

Ambada:

A Maharastrian look without an ambada is incomplete.  Amabda is also commonly known as juda pin – hair accessory.  Hindi movie Bajirao Mastani and hindi serial Peshwa Bajirao exhibits wide range of Maharastrian traditional jewellery.

Kaan Earrings:

A Maharastrian look without an ambada is incomplete.  Amabda is also commonly known as juda pin – hair accessory.  Hindi movie Bajirao Mastani and hindi serial Peshwa Bajirao exhibits wide range of Maharastrian traditional jewellery.

Jai Malhar marathi serial white pearl kaan earrings

Mangalsutra:

Another important piece of jewellery – mangalsutra. Traditional maharashtrian kholapuri tushi mangalsutra

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