TOP 10 TRADITIONAL TYPES OF MAHARASHTRIAN JEWELLERY THAT ENHANCES THE LOOK OF EVERY MAHARASHTRIAN WOMEN

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Today Anuradha Art Jewellery introducing the traditional Maharashtrian Jewellery that completes the look of a Maharashtrian woman. Maharashtrian appearance of any women is incomplete without paithani & Chandra kor bindi. Now we will go more in detail for every type of Maharashtrian jewellery as follows,

Nath

A typical Maharashtrian nath is an ornament worn by women on her nose at some special occasion such as wedding or a pooja. It is woven with pearls & studded with pink or white stone in the middle. Nath is a nose ornament that is unique in design than any other nosepin and it completes the traditional look of Maharashtrian women. Nath comes in different style, Bramhani nath is one of the famous nath studded with basra pearl & emerald.


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Thushi

Thushi is a choker style neckpiece woven with the gold beads very closely. It comes with an adjustable dori so that you can adjust it according to your neck. It looks nice when teamed with paithani saree.

Maharashtrian Thushi

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Mohan Mala

Mohan mala is a long beaded golden necklace having many layers of golden bead strings. The layers may be 2-8, they may vary.

Lakshmi Haar

Lakshmi haar is also known as coin necklace or temple necklace. The coin are decorated with intricate carving of Goddess Laxmi & Lord Ganesha.

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Kolhapuri Saaj

Kolhapuri saaj is very famous among Maharashtrian women & it is as special as Mangalsutra. It is made with jav mani (golden beads) & 21 leaves shape pendent. Every pendent is well-known for its own meaning. Out of these 21 pendent, 10 pendent defines the ten avatar or Lord Vishnu, 2 pendent have ruby & emerald stone, 8 pendent are for ashtamangal (ashta means eight & mangal means good happenings) & last pendent is taviz.

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Ambada

Ambada is a traditional hair style tied in round shape & adorned with antique bun pin (ambada).

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Kaan / Ear Cuff

Kaan is a traditional ear cuff studded with pearls or it may be fully golden to beautify your ears.

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Choker Moti Haar

Tikada set is a traditional pearl choker style necklace set crafted from pearls. Tikada set may have one middle pendent or may have several pendent for added attraction.

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Rani Haar

Rani haar is a long pearl necklace set with three layers of pearl string as well a pendent in middle. It looks very attractive & gorgeous when teamed with paithani.

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Vaaki

Vaaki is also known as armlet or bajuband. Traditionally it is worn on both armlet but now a day it is worn only on a single armlet. A traditional design is in flat studded with stunning stones in middle.

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Bugadi

Bugadi is the jewellery ornament which is worn on helix part of the ear.  This beautiful ear ornament is mainly worn by Maharashtrian as well Northern women. Maharashtrian Bugadi is usually designed with pearls but now in modern times, there is lots of fancy diamond and oxidized bugadi available in beautiful designs.

Bugadi

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Oxidized Bugadi

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