The significance of jewellery in the country is evident from the fact that on many auspicious occasions, jewellery forms a part of gifts. Like another fashion, jewellery have trends too but, traditional designs have always been in style. These days with artificial jeweler it is very affordable to have one set with each of your outfits.
One more reason for jewellery trend to regain popularity are TV shows. They have made Jewellery an essential part of the soap, each character has their own style with regards to jewellery. It is also an essential part of contributing to the entire look. We discuss a few serials that have been popular because of their jewellery designs and which have been significant in trend setters.
The famous jewellery in Balika Vadhu is Rajasthani kundan-meena design in traditional hansli style necklace. This necklace is further attached with a dori to adjust it according to your comfort and neck size, these neck pieces are also called “chockers”.
This exclusive square shaped gold Kada pair is again a famous jewellery from BalikaVadhu. It has heavy emerald ruby stones with pearl studded designer look. The “Mathe ka tikka”also gained popularity from this series. It is now a essential piece for any traditional outfit to have ‘mathe ka tika’ to give it a complete look.This definitely is a must for any wedding or engagement or other significant festivals like Karva Chauth
Ye Hai Mohabbatein
Ishita in this serial is a girl who hails form a South Indian family, so she mostly wears the South Indian type of jewellery. Adorned by the finest stones, these south Indian gold necklaces will transport the wearer to another world. Traditional south Indian jewellery is also called temple jewellery with is a combination of pearls and some stones, with dominating colours like white, green and red.
In South India jewellery, gold bangles finely crafted, which gives intricate self designs and adherences to traditional styles. Also she is spotted to wear a simple gold hanging ear ring with sarees which gives a very south Indian feel to the entire outfit.
Jodha Akbar jewellery is a fusion of Rajasthani and Mughal styles – as Jodha was a Rajasthani princess and her husband was a Mughal king. Jodha Akbar has re-popularized traditional Indian bridal jewellery and costumes. Eye catching array of tikka, huge necklace, earrings, ear chains,armlets,ear to shoulder line, circle nose rings and what not in this wide jewellery set collection. Jodha wears ‘matha-patti’. A matha-pattiis traditional Indian jewellery adorned one the brides forehead. It is a hair ornament with, one centre piece called tikka and more chains that flow along the hair. It normally is worn with a centre parting hair style. It is a must have recommendation to accompany bridal attire.
Ek Hasina Thi
Sakshi in Ek hasina thi mostly wears pearl set with or without a heavy pendent . This depicts a very subtle and elegant look. Mostly this type of jewellery is characterized by a elegant look. The colour combination of jewellery-saree is normally contrast. She mostly has a pearly studs or a “dew-drop” pearl earning to complete the outfit.
Aliya, the lead actress in Beintehaan wears simple jewellery. But she also occasionally wears Pakistani style jewellery which has different parts like head piece which falls one side of the forehead, neck piece and earrings with stone work and interlaced chains in bigger sizes. Small white pearls are used in the earrings which gives an intense and elaborate look.
Bani-Ishq Da Kalma
The punjabi style earrings and bangles worn by the lead character Bani in Bani- ishq da kalma shows Punjabi folk dressing. After getting married her jewelry converts to the Punjabi style Bangle set called as chuda and simple necklace with stone embedded which gives simple as well as Punjabi look.
Sasural Simar Ka
The two sisters Simar and Roli in Sasural Simar ka , both carrying different looks in the serial. both the looks are essentially simplistic with light jewellery and an evident mangalsutra. Simar wears a simple neck piece with kundan earrings and necklace with traditional mangalsutra whereas Roli wears simple dangler kind of earrings with light ornamentation. Both sets of jewellery have colour elements of stones or gems to complement their saree.