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The Shield for the Commitment of Marriage -Nallapusalu

Be it East or the West, rural, urban or todays India adopting to the new trends, in its evolution India has always been rooted to its rich heritage and traditions. Two words ‘mangal’ -holy and ‘sutra’ -thread, knotted together as a symbolic neckpiece is graciously gifted to the bride by her groom. Whether it’s a flamboyant lavish wedding, traditional temple affair or a simple signing of the marriage vows, even today a wedding is never complete without the mangalsutra. Groom ties the auspicious knot and she continues to wear this sacred adornment all through her life. The essence of the binding thread is well known and it continues to remain a part of every Indian women’s closet.

Simple, elegant or the elaborate gold mangalsutra every woman adorns the black beads to exhibit the joy and bliss of marriage. Region, tradition and culture impact the length, shape, size and appearance of the mangalsutra but everywhere it is still a symbol of eternal love, respect and trust.  India is well known for its intricate artwork, with a blend of the religious touch which is well explicit in its jewellery too.

Mangalsutra -Trending with Trends:

With time, trend, attire and lifestyle Mangalsutra has been trending in designs but its essence still remains intact. Modern day working woman or the ever busy homemaker, as modernisation seeps in, the significance of Nallapusalu is still unaltered.

  • Elaborate Long Mangalsutra: Like it is said “Old is Gold”. Knotted in gold the black beaded elaborate gold Mangalsutra, adorned by the women as a proud symbol of their marriage and often as a show of wealth. Also, known for its negative repellence powers, the black beads are believed to serve as a protection or to ward off evil eyes and protect the couple.
  • Simple and Elegant: Whoever said “Simplicity is Beauty” means it in every aspect. Everyday attire to work demands simple Mangalsutra which can be carried off at ease and grace. In varied designs be it floral, religious, heart shaped, fashionable or elegant the art in itself is a platter of choices to suit every personality.
  • Short with pendant: South to North, the TV buzz and the regular serial characters have been setting the trend of single line black beads dotting a small pendant. The chain like model just gripping the slim neck cajoles the beauty and is eye catchy .Who would not want to embrace the beauty and look pretty every single day.
  • Dazzling in Diamond: The modern chic woman, who is classy and wears her attitude also knows how to carry the mangalsutra at her best. The dazzling gorgeous Bollywood divas who recently tied the knots in a dreamy fairy tale wedding -Anushka Sharma, Priyanka Chopra or Deepika Padukone have exhibited the traditions in their status quo with the diamond studded mangalsutra. Single solitaire, diamond tear drop or the dazzling pendant with every stone the economic value and elegance has only widened the eyes and attracted the media but nowhere has the mangal jewel lost any of its significance.
  • Religious traditional design: Dated to the south culture sculpted with Goddess Lakhsmi is the traditional two cups or kaasul design. The evergreen south Indian model which also marks the prosperity and good luck symbolizes the start of a conjugal life.
  • Fashion wear Mangalsutra: The new trend and feminine attitude of the modern woman wearing a jeans , denims or a long frock still beholds her inner tradition of adorning a very special design be it geometric patterns or floral motifs to typical leaf, allowing them to make a style statement. The attractive design spices her look and brings out the fashionista.

Not just on festive or special occasions mangalsutra has been one jewel for all reasons and season. Whether for mangal or for style every Indian woman would look for the latest and traditional designs in mangalsutra. It is one piece of jewellery which is must and should ownership of every woman whether living a middle or upper lifestyle to shop for gold jewellery online.

Whether you wear the Jumkas, Haram, Vaddanam designs a woman’s dressing is never complete without the symbolic black beads-Mangalsutra.

The glamour and glitter of the jewellery along with the traditional art and designs savours a buffet to the shopping appetite on the most renowned online store of Vaibhav Jewellers.

The website Vaibhav Jewellers have an adorable collection of Nalapusalu, Vaddanam designs along with their unique catalogued jewellery collection. The aspects such as affordability and quality gives you all the reasons to shop for temple jewellery online.

So why wait surf and find the best fit to your price, design and weight in the jewellery galore.