The expressive but not expensive pieces capture carvings of gods and goddesses along with elements of South Indian temples that accentuate its traditional vibe
Crafted in 22k yellow gold, Pavitram brings with it Temple Jewellery which is one of the only handcrafted jewellery techniques that has retained its originality with changing times while narrating the sacred saga of Indian mythology
With divine forms of Gods and Goddesses etched on it, this resplendent Temple Jewellery Set symbolizes and celebrates the prosperity and good fortune assured by pure gold, diamond and pearl jewellery from the heirlooms of Motiwala & Sons.
Leading luxury Jewellery house, Manubhai Jewellers embarks the festive season with stunning array of temple Jewellery that takes inspiration from the architectures of temples across the country.
Aisshpra Gems & jewels narrate an epic folklore with ‘Katha’ a temple Jewellery collection for the Bridal season.
The collection brings the Indian Gods and Goddesses like Maa Laxmi, Ganesha and Karthikaye to life and is a reflection to its 9th century origin when it was once used to adorn the idols of Indian temples.
The launch of the ‘Siddhi’ collection is timed in line with ORRA’s Anniversary Sale which will be held from 15th April to 15th May, 2016 in stores as well as online on www.orra.co.in.
Known for their staunch religious beliefs and strong faith in idol worship, South Indian populace is quite fond of temple design jewellery. With changing times, when the line between local and foreign is fast blurring, the temple jewellery designs are no