Kundan- Ancient charm for the modern woman

Indians have been using jewellery for embellishment since centuries. The significance of jewellery in the country is palpable from the fact that on many auspicious occasions, jewellery forms a part of gifts.


Kundan is one of the oldest forms of jewellery making originated and practiced in India.

Historically speaking, the tradition of Kundan work has been in practice in the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat since the Mughal era. Today, it is known world over and Rajasthan is considered to be the centre for the best kundankari workmanship.The technique started as a result of artisans trying to place uncut stones in the jewellery.


Kundan work is method of gem setting. A fine hand beaten sheet of pure gold was hammered together in form of cups or holders to hold the uncut stones. Each ‘cup’ was filled with natural glue called ‘lac‘. The stone was then ‘pressed’ in the lac and the edges of the cup were gently pressed to secure the stone in place. Once the lac dried up, it would harden thus holding the stone in place.


Traditsiya’s faux kundan collection ranges from elaborate Kundan Necklace Sets and Earrings to ornamental Maang Tikka , waistbelts and Keychains are magnificent and opulent. We bring you the elegant traditional Kundan at an affordable price. With Kundan jewellery, even the smallest piece is elaborate.

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Checkout the exquisite Kundan collection by Traditsiya here- http://www.traditsiya.in

Earn Easy With Traditsiya’s Work-From-Home Opportunity

Ever wondered how amazing it would be if you could earn from the comfort of your home? Or even better, if you could earn by being your own boss? If your life could be just the same like now, but the only difference that you would have is extra money, extra income just for yourself?

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You could be a college student wanting an extra pocket money or a homemaker wanting to spend her valuable time productively or a professional wanting to add additional income.

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What if we say that now all this is possible?

You might not believe us at first, but all this is true with Traditsiya’s Work-From-Home Opportunity. Traditsiya introduces this program to stand all of those women out who can become more than just a normal housewife or a mother, a graduate or a student.

You wouldn’t want to miss on this opportunity because there is zero investment and in contrast, allows you to make tons of easy money. All you have to do is have desire for additional income investing a little time. Earning from home has set its trend now and today no woman wants to be unemployed.

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Before you conclude let us tell you why you shouldn’t miss this great opportunity.

A lot of people hesitate to start with work from home opportunity is because of the prior investment, but Traditsiya is giving you an opportunity for life WITHOUT any investment. The best part of this opportunity is you can sell our products with your own profit margin and it doesn’t require any prior work experience.

This Work From Home opportunity is availed for the first 20 lucky winners of the contest that we are running on our Social Media Platforms.

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So what are you waiting for, email at traditsiyaonline@gmail.com or call 9769187484 for further enquiries.

The Vast Mélange of Traditional Jhumkas

A piece of Indian jewellery that does not at all need an introduction is undeniably the traditional ‘Jhumkas’, also fondly known as ‘Jhumkis’. Old school yet highly in trend always, Jhumkas have been well preserved as a part of the exuberant jewellery culture in India since centuries. A favorite amongst the South Indians, women from different regions and states have not shied away from its allure. Having said that, this ornament has been modified and customised in an array of different styles to tailor the taste buds of women not just in India, but abroad too.

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We, at Traditsiya, know the popularity of this charming earring type and hence, have always had Jhumkas as a part of our extensive jewellery collection. The conical bell-shaped chandelier earring is completed with a string of ‘ghungroo’ droplets, sometimes with or without a subtle drop inside the center of the dome. We display an assortment of this beautiful ear adornment distinct to every region and culture in India.blog image

The Sacred Traditional Pair-

Jhumkas exhibiting antique designs especially in Gold can be traced back to traditions way back in history. Traditsiya’s collection of these customary jhumkas is a class apart. The pairs are festooned with coloured beads to add a dash vivacity.

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The Pearly Extravaganza (our favorites)-

These are an exclusive to our collection. Kundan has always been our customer’s favourite, and so we designed these classic yet contemporary pair of Kundan Jhumkas with pearl chains attached. All of them have subtle hair chains attached with either the dome bell center with a drop of coloured bead or long strings of pearls hanging down gracefully.






The Dainty Oxidised-

A specialty from Gujarat, the oxidised gold and silver jhumkas are highly popular during navratri. However, the charm of these earrings has gained admiration from all over the country and is high-in-trend now.






The Modern-Style Ear Cuff-

Traditisya’s Ear Cuff designs have not left behind jhumkas and it has been amalgamated exquisitely together. Check out the peacock style ones that go around the entire ear, fondly known as ‘Kaan earrings’.



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The Much-Loved Dangle Drop-

Dangle-drop Jhumkas are broadly branded into an array of types. The designs range from crescent moon shaped hoop (chand balis) to Kashmiri styled jhumkas to conventional danglers attached with the jhumka bell domes.






We now know the diversity of this traditional yet highly stylish jewellery embodied in Traditsiya’s collection of high quality exquisite Jhumkas/Jhumkis. To experience the entire collection, log on to the website here- www.traditsiya.in

Anklets- From Occasional Jewellery to an Everyday Accessory

Anklets are traditional Indian jewellery that is worn around the ankle. They are popularly known as payal and pajeb.Earlier they were worn only by elderly women, but it has come to be a much-loved fashion trend, not just in India but globally too. Indian anklets are famous all over the world and are reputed for their embellishment and countless styles.It has been promoted from just being a traditional piece of jewellery to a style jewellery in modern India.Main anklet image

Anklet is a jewellery which is very important for Indian women. Even today this piece of traditional jewellery has not lost its charm. The belief that ‘The house in which the women decorate their feet with alta and anklets, bring in Laxmi in the house’ says it all.

Anklets are an important part of the Bridal Trousseau. However these days young girls wear anklets not just for significance but they flaunt it as a style statement. Now-a-days there is no hard and fast rule that you have to wear anklets in both the ankles, wearing anklets only on one ankle is very much in vogue.anklet 3 FB creative

Traditsiya has a range of collection for anklets which consists of a wide array of exclusive, custom designed, hand-crafted jewellery pieces as follows-


Kundan anklets are our favorites. The royalty that kundan exhibits has been captured perfectly in these anklets. These can be worn by the bride as well as the bridesmaids during an occasion of wedding or an engagement.Anklets blog kundan


Coloured Polki stones have been set perfectly in the gold plated case to not just complement your apparel but also to help your pretty feet stand out. Polki anklets can be teamed up with your heavy lehengas or a designer sarees.anklet Fb creative


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They can be worn by young girls and married women as well, amust have for the women on the go!

Silver-Plated Anklets-

Loved by all, silver plated anklets are a must in every Indian women’s wardrobe. Most of them are designed with charms hanging down the silver chains attached with graceful ghungroos. Do not miss the one with the colourful peacock hanging charm.anklets silver collage logo

Experience the entire collection of anklets exclusively on our website here- http://www.traditsiya.in!

NOSERINGS “The Charm Of An Indian Bride”

In the Indian culture the custom of wearing nose rings began in the 16th century. It was originated in the Middle East countries and later it became popular in India as well. Left side of the nose is generally regarded as the ideal position for nose rings.

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Nose piercing in India has a great religious significance too. According to the Hindu religion, piercing of nose is considered as a way of honoring Parvathi, the Hindu Goddess of marriage.

Nose rings is considered as one of the sign of marriage, and is an integral part of traditional bridal jewellery. Now-a-days the unmarried girls have also started wearing nose rings as a fashion accessory.

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Nose ring is a type of jewellery which never goes unnoticed. Traditsiya introduces a collection of royal and ethnic nose rings for the first time ever. We have a wide variety of nose rings of different types and  kinds. The variety ranges from American Diamond to Kundan to Polki and so on.

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Brides can team up nose rings with other bridal jewellery and spread their charm. Bridesmaids as well can look glamorous by wearing nose rings.

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To enhance your over all look and to undoubtedly look stunning, experience our new and trendy collection of nose rings at www.traditsiya.in

Jewellery-A Girl’s Best Friend|Tips on how to preserve them


We all just hate it when our favourite pair of earrings or bracelets go a weird, unappealing colour. Anyone would want their jewellery to look new and fresh even after it has been worn many a times.

Jewellery is a very important part of our wardrobe. So knowing the proper procedure for preserving it is very important.

The reason why it tarnishes is because of its exposure to moisture.

So, we take you through a guide that will tell you the DOs and DON’Ts of jewellery preservation-


# To Do-

  1. The best and ancient way to prevent your jewellery from rusting is to brush a little bit of clear nail polish to preserve the shine and colour.
  2. You can even preserve your jewellery when unused by putting it in a zip lock air tight plastic bag. Make sure you remove all the air from the plastic bag before zip locking it as the moisture may cause your jewellery colour to fade.
  3. You can wipe your jewellery pieces with a soft cotton cloth to help restore their luster.


#The Don’ts;

  1. Jewellery cleaners are a pure damage to your jewellery. It may seem easy to clean but there are some ingredients which MUST be kept away from our imitation jewellery which are present in almost all jewellery cleansers such as
  • Vinegar
  • Acids
  • Alcohol
  • Ammonia
  1. Real enemies of imitation jewellery are perfume, deo sprays and hair sprays. A single spray of these perfumes can instantly spoil the look and colour of the jewellery and can shorten the colour life.
  2. Some suggest using glass cleaners or soapy water to clean your jewellery but it may cause your jewellery to become dull from soap film.


I hope this guide helps you to preserve your imitation jewellery.

To shop for beautiful Indian Ethnic jewellery visit our website www.traditsiya.in

Maang Tikkas – Adding A New Style Quotient

When we talk about traditional jewellery the Maangtikka makes it to the list without any doubt. The maangtikka’s have been in fashion for generations now, only later was it taken as a fancy piece of jewellery. It’s a true art to wear these beautiful ornaments which eventually lifts up the entire look of your outfit, be it traditional, ethnic or contemporary.

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The story behind Maangtikka is very ancient and has been depicted through various forms of medieval arts as well. In rural areas maangtikka’s are very much an everyday necessity. Now these maangtikka’s are more of an important fashion element of bridal attire and other festive occasions. The whole look is incomplete without this piece of beauty. From yesteryear Bollywood actresses to the top actresses today, this head jewellery has allured all.

The following are the types of Maang Tikas that are high-on-trend this wedding season:-

  • Spherical or Round Pendant Maangtikka.

This is a very famous traditional design hailing from Rajasthan and is also called as Rajasthani Borla. It’s very simple to wear this one, all you need to do is do a middle partition of your hair and secure the chain or the panel with bobby pins behind and also a bit in the front so that spherical pendant is fixed in place. Make sure the bobby pins in front are not seen. Now isn’t that simple?

  • borlaFlat Pendant Maangtikka

A flat pendant Maangtikka is the most common one wore across different styles. You can find small to big pendant in this style and it comes in various designs, shapes and colors. So there is one for every look. To wear this type of maangtikka, again place the single attached panel or chain and secure it with the bobby pins. This goes well with the centrally parted hair whether you tie a bun or just leave your hair flowing. There you are all set to roll it now!

  • flat maang tikaMaangtikka with Side Panels or Side Strings

This type of maangtikka comes with a pendant and with two side panels that go and set from the forehead to the back of the ears and in the centre as well. Set the pendant in centre and then secure the side strings with bobby pins. Such a look is more popular for bridal and wedding season and may require professional help from hair dressers too. Try this out and see the difference in the look. It beautifully enhances the face and the hairstyle too!

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For more of our collection visit www.traditisiya.in.


If there is any outfit that has struck a chord with the Indian audience and overseas, it is the age-old Anarkalis and fashion forward straight churidaar kameez. Classic, trendy and charming, they come in a variety of materials, designs, lengths, cuts and works. While full length Anarkalis have been an age old phenomenon worn by leading Bollywood ladies of yesteryears such as Meena Kumari, Madhubala and Rekha in film classics such as Pakeezah, Mughal-e-Azam and Umrao Jaan, straight fit long churidaar kameez have been an epitome of utmost elegance and the ‘in’ thing for fashion savvy women who want to make a quiet statement of sophistication in festive occasions and formal corridors.

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And what better way to capture this fashion trend than Traditsiya, an online brand in contemporary and traditional Indian Ethnic wear and Jewelry that brings you an intriguingly rich and extensive collection of Anarkali suits and long kameez in a wide range of vibrant colors and fabrics. Smartly tailored into simple looking and stylish garments, they are designed with a touch of creativity and imagination.



From three-fourth long to floor length, the churidar kameez to Anarkalis ensemble at Traditsiya.in is a traditional-cum-trendy outfit that looks attractive on every woman. With different style trends up for grabs peppered with long sleeves having shoulder puffs to kundan and ghera embroidery, each designer outfit at Traditsiya not only flatters a woman’s silhouette, it imparts a royal feeling as well.

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Fabrics Used in our Collection

Exquisite and the choicest fabrics are used to make our Indi-flavoured creations look gorgeous and appealing. Materials such as chanderi silk, gadwaal silk, khadi silk, shimmery and cutwork lace, embroidery brocade and net in combination with heavy intricate embroideries such as zardosi, resham, golden and silver threads along with sparkling peta stones and aari work make our long flowing dresses tailored to perfection the perfect choice for parties, festivals and weddings. Top it all, modish color combinations further increase their impressive, regal and ethnic look. Simple and elegant, the decorations done on each outfit are of perfect proportion.

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Owing to the comfort factor, the Traditsiya collection of Anarkalis and straight churidaar kameez are liked by women of all generation. Besides, the range is very much pocket-friendly and suits your requirements and budget.

So come order your favorite Indian dress at Traditsiya and get ready to be draped in fashion that’s traditional yet contemporary- http://www.traditsiya.in/


Give up the habit of store-hopping for your bangle or designer salwar suit now that the festival of Diwali and Dhanteras is few days away. Welcome to an easy, trusted and convenient option that will get you timeless Anarkalis and Salwar Kameez with rich embroideries, American Diamond Pendant Sets, ethnic Waist Belts and elegant Ear Cuffs in a smooth and classy way. The Indian Ethnic and Jewellery horizon is now beating to a new tune that women would love to possess and treasure for eternity.

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Having successfully completed a year as an online brand in contemporary and traditional designs, Traditsiya has finally launched its website. Available on more than 8 e-commerce websites including Amazon and Ebay since its inception, Traditsiya.in has been developed with the firm belief of providing women of all age groups some of the finest and most affordable picks in ethnic wear and jewellery.

Much of the credit in the designing and developing of the site goes to young entrepreneur Fatima Ansari, co-founder of Traditsiya, who took painstaking efforts to accomplish all of this in just 6 months. The intent was to offer the customers an easy and convenient way of shopping in the comfort of home through easy browsing. The website navigation has been made simpler from finding the right product to checkout.


The Traditsiya product portfolio is evenly spread across 10 product categories that showcase Indian jewellery, Indian wear, and Bags and Clutches. Most of the products are available on discounted prices since you will be directly ordering it from the brand itself.

On account of Deepavali as also the website launch, Traditsiya offers ‘Diwali Sale’ where online customers get 30% off on a minimum purchase of just INR 1000/- (one thousand rupees only). To avail of this offer, all you need to do is apply the Coupon code during checkout – DIWALISALE2014 on www.traditsiya.in. However, Diwali Sale Offer is valid only till the 31st October, 2014.

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The best catch on shopping at Traditsiya is the discount factor of Upto 50% off on products under the ‘sale’ tab that you get on their website. The modes of payment are multiple and devised to your convenience such as:

a) Cash/Cheque Deposit (in case of ICICI bank account holders).
b) NEFT Online Transfer.
c) COD- Cash On Delivery
d) Debit Card/Credit Card and Bank Transfer.

The Shipping is Free all over India with minimum International Shipping Charges. With 7-day return policy, there is the benefit of assurance that Traditsiya extends to its online customers.

Check out the collection at Traditsiya’s website today and experience a whole new range of Indian and fashion jewellery and ethnic wear.

Chic to ethnic gracious WAIST BELTS

No Solah Sringar for a woman can be complete without the kamarband. Colloquially called the challa or the patka, the waistbelt is an ornate strip of jewellery that graces the waistline of an Indian woman. It is a beautiful and unique element of sensuality that sits pretty on the waist of a bride too accentuating her waist in gold, kundan, pearls, stones, chains, Swarovski and precious gems. Yes it does contribute majorly to holding the sari in place but the workmanship of the kamarband worn on a saree, half saree or a lehnga has its own charm.

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The History of the Waistband  

The patka goes back to the Mughal era when it was considered as a fine piece of embellishment for the Maharanis. Over a passage of time, it began to be worn by the classical dancers of Kathak, Bharatnatyam and Odishi genre. The waistband further on became a hottie for leading Bollywood celebrities such as Shilpa Shetty, Deepika Padukone, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Jacqueline Fernandes in fashion shows and ramp walks. No wonder why this ‘jewellery of the waist’ has amazed the viewers from the regal past to the contemporary present.

Occasion-based Waist Glamour

Undoubtedly, the waistbelt looks fabulous when worn over low waist sarees in ceremonial occasions such as sangeet, reception, wedding day and the festival of Navratri. Traditsiya brings you an ornate collection of saree waistbelts, saree challas and hip chains redefining the picture perfect waistlines of femme fatales.


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Oxidised multicolour traditional saree waist keychain:: Challa:: Satka

Silver oxidised multicoloured challa that has a green stone embedded in the centre surrounded by oval series of red stones for the waist glamour.

Oxidised multicolour antique saree waist keychain:: Challa:: Satka

Antique and contemporary, this square shaped challa would go well with women draped in georgette and crepe sarees.

Oxidised multicolour antique stones saree waist keychain:: Challa:: Satka

Meet the colourful union of lilac, orange, rust, maroon, ivory yellow in a mesmerising oxidised waistbelt that brings a touch of tradition and modernity.

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Exquisite kundan maroon green stones challa:: Waist key chain:: Satka

Let your curvaceous waist speak a delightful tale of glamour through this kundan challa bedecked with maroon and green stones.

Traditional sparkly green maroon saree challa:: belly hips chain waistbelt:: kamarpatta

Two-looped kamarpatta bedecked with green and maroon stones that adds lovely grace to your waist in full measure.

Traditional kundan jhaalar maroon green saree challa:: belly hips chain waistbelt:: kamarpatta

Watch the beauty of red stone sandwiched between the loops in this jhaalar bring designer quotient to your lehnga.

Pearls and coloured stones-

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Traditional pearls diamante stones green maroon saree challa:: belly hips chain waistbelt :: kamarpatta

Regale with joy in this pretty hip chain waistbelt that is studded with traditional pearls and diamante stones.

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Check out the polki and pearl beads fall dramatically over your waistline as you get dressed in a rich kanjeevaram for ceremonial occasions.