Dressed in a beautiful light yellow saree with golden zari and hair tired in a bun complemented by pearl ornaments and gajra, a Maharastrian bride is a beauty worth looking at. The one fact that sets apart this beauty is the traditional jewels she is adorned with. A typical Maharastrian wedding can only be complete with the right pair of pearl and golden jewellery.
As always, an Indian bride is decked up in statement pieces, and it is no different for a Mahashtrian bride. The brides jewellery is simple, but its arty patterns make it stand out. Simplicity personified is how one can truly describe a Marathi bride. Shanaya Sardesai Jewellery & Beauty Expert on Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers will let you know about the typical adornments of a traditional Maharastrian bride.
From Kohlapuri saaz, Nath and many more, Shanaya has covered it all for you. She has picked up some stunning pieces from Kalyan Jewellers which will perfectly complement the Marathi Bride. Sharanya goes on to explain that the saaz has the stature equivalent to a mangalsutra among the Maharastrians. This ornament comprises 21 design elements, and is made up of gold leaves/petals etc.
The nath is another outstanding and important piece of jewellery for the bride. It is usually in paisley shape and made of pearls with a red stone. Shanaya says you can choose the gemstones which compliment your outfit.
Check out this video to know more traditional adornments of a traditional Maharastrian bride. Shanaya has shared some beautiful pieces.
Now that you know the Traditional Maharashtrian jewellery names at the back of your hand, make the most of it while shopping for the bridal jewellery. Did you find the post useful?
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