Nose piercing in the age-old tradition followed by Indian women. As mangalsutra is the must-have ornament for married women in India but there is no such restriction for nose rings, it is worn by married as well as unmarried women.
The tradition of wearing nose pins dates back to 16th century. Nose pin adornment is not just the fashion statement but there are lots of beliefs and a scientific reason behind it.
The scientific reason for wearing nose pin is that the vein of left nostril is connected to the female reproductive system and hence it increases the women’s fertility.
There are lots of beliefs about nose rings; in India wearing a nose pin is also considered as the tribute to Goddess Parvati. On other hands it is also believed that the size of nose pins also states the financial status and power of the family of the women, the bigger the size of nose pin the wealthier is the family.
In India, the designs and names of nose rings are different as per the religion and geographical boundaries.
In Punjab the most famous Nath is Shikarputi Nath, the traditional Rajasthani Nath is known as nathuri, tehri nath or nathuli is the traditional nose ring of Uttarakhand, in Maharashtra traditional nose ornament is called nath, in Karnataka it is known as mukuthi or mukkutti, the traditional nose ornament of Tamil Nadu is pullaku, in Kerala it is known as palakka, in Bihar, the nose stud is the chhuchhi or the laung.
Nose ornament is one of the most popular forms of accessory which is almost worn by one-third of women. In modern times, lots of designs and pattern are available in nose rings, nose studs, nose hoops and septum rings.
Following are the latest trending types of nose pins:
American Diamond Nose Pins: Every women’s loves diamond; American diamond nose pin is the substitute for real diamond nose pins. Lots of designs in American diamond nose studs, nose rings, hoops, septum rings are available. This is the modern trend which every girl loves to adorn.
Oxidized Nose Pins: This nose pin is also known as Tribal nose pins or silver –german nose pins. Oxidized nose rings are just breaking fashion industry. It is the best option if you wish to get that fusion look. The range of designs is available in oxidized nose pins at Anuradha Art Jewellery.
Bridal Nose Rings (Dulhan Nath): Bridal nose rings comes in various size or designs. Most commonly bridal nose rings are attached with pearl beaded or simple golden chain which goes up till hair. Bridal nose rings are available in the antique gold finish, kundan & diamonds.
Septum Nose Rings: If you wish to get bold statement then Septum nose ring is the perfect one. In western countries, septum rings are the top of the fashion accessory list. South Indian women wear septum rings which are known as pullaku.
Maharashtrian Nath: It is generally made of pearls, gold, diamond and red, green colour stones in the centre. They dangle all the way to lips from the nose, thus giving a real traditional Maharashtrian look.
Sania Mirza Nose Pins: This nose ring is trending among young girls. It is stones studded single ring which is highly adorable. It is suitable for casual apparel and best for everyday use.
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