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

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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.

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

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

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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.

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

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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.

‘Celebrate Women. Celebrate Womankind.’ Women’s Day Special!

As the month of March approaches, the hype about womankind’s improvement increases. But is one day, the 8th of March, enough to applaud the women around the world. Women have at every point and every turn had to prove their existence to the male chauvinistic world. And by every passing day the world began to slowly realise that women had a lot more to offer to this world than just three meals a day, mopping and laundry.

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Rising from the blocked voices were sounds of few women who voiced out the shrieks and sobs of millions. And slowly those whispers became audible to the entire world and women began to bloom. They got out of their houses, tried to chase their dreams despite the cynical remarks of the world and began to live for the first time.

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And today, the world has witnessed how women are excellent in multi-tasking and are perfectionists. We are living in a world where women have carved a niche in every field of occupation and every stream of education. Women are great artists, leaders and entrepreneurs yet make great homemakers.

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To strike closer to home, Traditsiya in itself holds women who have stood up on their own and made a meaningful journey. Traditsiya was incepted and is carried on successfully by two women, a mother and daughter duo. And the company has opened the scope for many women workers as well. Started by women and run by women, for women, Traditsiya is a perfect example for this generation company.

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The women we hire are exceptionally skilled in hand embroidery. They use karchok, an embroidery machine that was used in ancient India. They are the makers of the stunning mirror work, crochet work, zardosi work, etc. These women are multi-talented and highly skilled, dedicated workers.

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At Traditsiya, we have apparels and accessories for women. We have a variety of styles and designs to suit every woman who are unique in their own. Every woman has the right to look classy and fabulous in her own shoes, in her own comfort level.

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This woman’s day, the 365th woman’s day, Traditsiya has a lot to offer. We are giving an incredulous 15% off on any purchased item. The coupon code to avail this exciting offer is 2DE20457. This offer is conveniently valid till the 31st of March. After all, why celebrate womankind for only one day?

Beautifying Bridal Beauty with Grandiose Bridal Sets

Believe it or not, but to women, their wedding day is the biggest day of their lives. The bride feels, what can only be termed as, sheer unadulterated joy. They go beyond their limits to make it a perfect day, overcoming the roller coaster of events and emotions. Trying to look their best ever, the brides drape themselves in expensive yet exquisite attires and don their best hairstyle and make up. But no bridal makeup is complete without her jewels.

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Dazzled and inspirited by the varied heritage and tradition of our country, Traditsiya proudly presents its appealing range of bridal sets. We aim at magnifying the bride’s beauty and adding flamboyance to her attire. With a varied range of bridal sets, brides-to-be can find accessories which suit them and that which exemplifies her élan. To look their best, is not an option for the brides. And at Traditsiya, we never compromise with our clientele’s needs.

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Our exquisite range of eight to eleven piece bridal kundan sets caters to the contemporary fashion needs while still retaining its heritage. Its remarkable design and elegance makes it simply irresistible. It comes in various combinations of colors ranging from blue and pink to red and silver, to green and purple. Our bridal sets complete the wedding look by coordinating with the bridal dress perfectly.

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The eight piece combo is a highly sought-after blend of choker, necklace, long pendant, long pendant chain necklace, and heavy earrings, two bracelets attached with rings, maang tika and bridal nathni. And the only thing better than this is the eleven piece combo that houses an addition of baju band and two payals(anklets).

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Designed and crafted exclusively to amplify the bride’s beauty, the bridal sets in Traditsiya shimmer with colourful and sparkling diamante stones and beads. We transform tradition to design that suits the wedding sensibility. Our bridal sets are traditional yet timeless. We lay emphasis on the minutest details meticulously. With our bridal sets, we offer brides panache and elegance, along with authenticity.

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We are dedicated to continuing to deliver to our brides-to-be with jewelry that goes beyond being merely spectacular. At Traditsiya, you will find uncompromisingly beautiful bridal sets, with varied, unique and desirable choices and blends. Our bridal sets, no matter which one, adds an extra flair of style and sophistication giving the bride the look she aspires. To shop for these exquisite bridal sets, click here- http://www.mirraw.com/traditsiya.

The joyous connotation of Diwali

It’s Diwali. Yayy!! The day to rejoice, celebrate and spread happiness. Diwali holds with it infinite meanings. The three most celebrated implications of the festival of lights includes the long awaited and magnificent return of Lord Rama to his Kingdom of Ayodhya after his fourteen year long banwas, exile,  in the forests. The second meaning comes from Lord Krishna’s admired victory over the demon Narakaasura who had abducted and terrified the gopis of Vrindavan. The third one is the much-celebrated marriage of Bhagwan Vishnu with Maha Laxmi with unmatched elation and festivity.

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At the core of it, Diwali literally means ‘Row of Lights’. Need we say anything more? As mentioned above, all the three main reasons for celebrating Diwali reinstates the triumph of good over evil, of virtue of deceit, and above all, of bright lights over darkness. Lets spread this joy, instead of just dressing up for Diwali and celebrating with family, relatives and friends, take a step ahead. Spend sometime with the children in an orphanage, or maybe with some elders in an old age home. The bliss, the exultation that this act will bless you with, no dinner or get together can make you feel that way.

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Just an earnest and genuine message from Traditsiya on this occasion of Diwali J

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