Mangtika is one of the few authentic pieces of jewelry which has garnered a lot of attention lately with its applicability as a part of Bridal accessories. Keeping up to the tradition, this wedding season, we at Anuradha Art Jewellery bring about a unique range of Maang tikka designs ranging from Rajasthani borla, South Indian mangtika , traditional mang tika, Kundan maang tikka, and golden tikka to mention a few. These tiny trinkets offer a nice and rich look to the bride making her turn heads drooling in her beauty.
Specially carved for the Indian Bride
A bride is the show stealer of the wedding. Donning the best costume and the glow in the face she can make the world fall weak on their knees. In comparison to all other ornaments adorned by a bride, the mangtika stands out. The mangtika such as borla maang tikka or matha patti captures the essence of her beauty, her charm by perfectly blending into the glow of the special day. With our range of traditional maang tikka, we aim to celebrate this exceptional element of a bride and aid her in the gleam in the limelight.
It's not how costly a thing is but how rich can it make one feel that does the magic. We have an exceptional range of mangtika for different types of wedding. So, whether it’s a Rajasthani maang tikka for a Rajasthani bride or Rajasthani borla we offer variety. Our tikka designs are blended with the unique touch of simplicity and tradition.
We offer mang tika designs in different price range starting from the low-cost simple unique golden tikka to that of exotic kundan maang tikka that too in varied designs.
Hunt, not places buy online instead
In today’s fastidious life running from pillar to past and visiting different jewelry stores in search of unique tikka designs like borla maang tikka is quite a task. We at Anuradha Art Jewellery make it an easy task by aiding our customers to place Kundan maang tikka orders online.
Everyone prefers shopping online which has made it a much fun thing. Check our website to choose from the best range of mangtika, kundan maang tikka, golden tikka, rajasthani borla and more.
Different varieties of tikka designs?
Rajasthani Maang Tikka
Rajasthani Maang Tikka is the most popular tikka design which is trending jewellery donned by brides. Our rajasthani borla, is crafted with perfect dexterity suiting all occasions.
Golden tikkas offer the simplistic look yet shine in elegance. We at Anuradha Art Jewellery bring about unique designs of golden tikka which will compliment all types of outfits. Whether you are the bride or a bridesmaid, no one can stop you from stealing the limelight this wedding season.
South Indian Mang Tika
The uniqueness of south Indian mangtika is its separate elements resembling the sun and moon placed on either side along with the pearl-studded trinkets. These mangtika are used for weddings as well as dance programs that makes it the most popular pick by customers.
Diamond Mang Tika
Diamonds are said to be girl’s best friend. Anuradha Art Jewellery brings a wonderful American diamond mangtika collection at best price. Diamond Jewellery & diamond maang tikka adds more appealing touch to bridal appearance.
Browse our mangtika collection and pick the best traditional mangtika and be the star of your special day.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is borla maang tikka?
A Borla Maang Tikka belongs to the royal state of India, Rajasthan. It is an ethnic Rajsthani style of Maang Tikka with a medium-sized round pendant which sits right on the tip of the hair parting in the middle. The Borla Maang Tikka is encrusted with beautiful gemstones and beads. This tradition was started thousands of years ago by the Rajputs in Rajasthan. The ethnic accessory is a must-wear for any bride or a married woman in Rajasthan and is paired with their ethnic outfit.
What is kundan maang tikka?
Kundan Maang Tikka is created in the traditional way of using beautiful stones to be studded in the real gold framework and gold foiling over it. Kundan Maang Tikkas look elaborate, rich and ethnic. Due to the higher quality of gold being used in the Kundan Maang Tikka, it becomes more exquisite and valuable. Kundan work may also have glasses used other than precious and semi-precious stones plus some pearls and beads added in the overall design.