Maang Tikka is an essential ornament in Indian Women’s accessory collection. It is basically worn in such a way that the pendant of tikka dangles on forehead of women.
The significance of wearing Maang Tikka on forehead denotes that it’s a pride and indicated good fortune.
This beautiful bridal ornament enhances the entire look of bride and gives her a vibrant yet classy look. However Maang Tikka is the bridal ornament, but nowadays it’s worn by all age group women on some special occasion or wedding event.
There are different types of Maang Tikka available at Anuradha Art Jewellery:
American Diamond Maang Tikka : Diamond studded Maang Tikka are perfect choice for all those girls who wish to get that modern look. This type of Maang Tikka are just enough for that outstanding look and adds more resplendence to girl’s visage. Diamond maang tikka looks outstanding with party apparel.
Borla Maang Tikka : Generally this type of Maang Tikka is used in the states of Haryana and Rajasthan. In olden times queens used to adorn this ornament as the symbol of pride. It got its name from the fruit Jujube or ‘bor’ in Hindi. Borla maang tikka is usually in spherical shape and styled with kundan or stones and has beautiful enamel work on it. We have wonderful range of traditional kundan borla maang tikka , polki borla maang tikka , diamond embedded fancy borla maang tikka & pearl borla maang tikka.
Chaand Maang Tikka : As the name defines this type of Maang Tikka is circular or semi-circular in shape. It’s the trendiest type of maang Tikka of the year. Chand maang tikka or chandbali maang tikka is typically styled with polki stones, kundan and pearl. This type of maang tikka goes well with Indo-western apparel.
Kundan Maang Tikka :Kundan Jewellery is the hottest form of jewellery of the season. Kundan maang tikka is available in all types like borla Maang Tikka, chaand tika, matha patti. It is Royal Rajputana maang tikka originated from the states of Rajasthan.
South Indian Matha Patti : The traditional South Indian Jewellery matha patti or maang tikka is the wonderful combination of red-green colour stones and pearls. This type of maang patti is also known as Kemp matha patti. In Southern states maang tikka is most commonly known as Nethi Chutti.
Passa or Jhumar : Passa or Jhumar is the traditional ornament of Muslim Brides. It is worn on the left side of head along with maang tikka which lends appealing look to bride.
Antique Gold Finish Traditional Mang Tika : Antique gold finish maang tikka is the substitute of gold maang tikka. It is beautifully incorporated with polki stone, semi-precious stones and pearls and has flawless gold plating on it. Now a day’s traditional matte gold finish maang tikka is ruling the fashion industry.
Single String Maang Tikka / Matha Patti : This is the most trendy type of maang tikka matha patti which has side strings attached to the middle tikka that hangs down the ajna chakra. This maang tikka look well when clubbed with traditional costume.
One Sided Maang Tikka : One sided Maang Tikka is the latest trend in the fashion world. The tika is attached with strings which is only on one side not on both side like matha patti. This is the best suitable maang tikka with the Indo-western apparel.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Maang Tikka?
A Maang Tikka is a traditional head ornament worn by the women in India. This jewellery style has a hanging design like a pendant which sits over the temple or the forehead of a woman. There are many different styles of these which may have a set of more than one head ornament piece. Usually, a Maang Tikka comes with a chain which has a hook at the end of it to keep it fixed into the hair. Some of the designs may have multiple layers of chains that are placed in a way to decorate the forehead as well as the hairstyle of a bride. North India has its own style of Maang Tikka and South India has its own. Mughal style Maang Tikka, known as the Pasa, is eternally famous around all the parts of India.
Is Maang Tikka in Fashion?
Gone are the days when Maang Tikka was only worn by the brides and during special events. The fashion of Maang Tikka has come a long way and is one of the top trends that is rocking the fashion world now. From pairing it with ethnic clothes to the western outfits, the role of a Maang Tikka has become very versatile. From tiny ones like a Borla Maang Tikka to the heavy chandelier style Maang Tikka, it's all a rage right now.
Why Indian Bride do Wears Maang Tikka?
As per the traditions, an Indian woman getting married is supposed to wear a Maang Tikka which symbolises her new journey into a conjugal life. It is believed that the pendant of the Maang Tikka sits right over the third chakra of a woman's forehead which is all about preservation. This means a woman will dedicate herself in preserving her sacred marriage and the family she will create out of it. The Maang Tikka celebrates the spiritual and the bodily union of two souls connected with the oneness that happens with a marriage ceremony.
What are Different Types of Maang Tikka?
Maang Tikka is a central ornament which can complete a decked up look for a bride or any woman. There are innumerable styles of these available but certain trendy ones are the most worn by many stylists, divas and celebrities. There's a natural flow of others to wear these trends as well on their life events and occasions. To name a few of these styles are, Pendant style Maang Tikka, Oversized Maang Tikka usually in round or half-moon design, Pasa or Jhumar design Maang Tikka, Single thread Matha Patti, Multiple thread Matha Patti, Borla or the Rajsthani Maang Tikka, South Indian Maang Tikka in Matha Patti style and two separate round jewels depicting the Sun and the Moon, and the Side Layered Maang Tikka.