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:

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

Polki:

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!

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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

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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-

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# 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.

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#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.

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

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