2016 Guide To The Perfect South Asian Jewellery Trends

Untitled-1The South Asian Fashion scene has changed from what it was. Traditional jewellery styles are becoming popular amongst woman from all age groups. Just as the 80s-90s clothing trends are back like the ghararas, Indian jewellery trends have also gone through a drastic change this year giving way to dramatic ornaments much-loved by our ancestors.

Follow the jewellery styles listed below to keep up to the fashion trends-

Haathphool – Hand Harness


Haathphool is an indian jewelery that embelishes the wrists as well as the fingers. Fondly known as ‘Hand Harness’, this jewellery style is making all the waves in the South Asian Fashion scene. Earlier reserved for the bride, with the ongoing trend, young girls are loving it. Remember to get your hands manicured before the occassion.12494777_1037363709635611_6350577740015030039_n

Kada- Handcuff


Handcuff is a jewellery that can add glam quotient to any outffit. Bangles are for the tradition lovers, now its all about statement cuff for the contemporary woman. The best thing about these is that if you are sporting a broad solid cuff, you do not really need any other jewellery. The cuff alone does the job.


Rani Haar – Statement Necklace


Make a gallant appearance with a Statement Necklace. Statement Necklaces are in the fashion scene since decades now and possess the ability to lift up simplest of the attires. Preferably adorned without earrings, these necklaces look best with a-not-so-flashy outfit.Untitled-2 (2)

Maangtikka & Mathapattis- Head Jewellery


The Maang Tikka  is an integral part of a South Asian Bride’s Trousseau. However, with young girls embracing this jewellery style, maang tikkas have become a favourite amongst women from around the globe. This age old bridal accessory in the form of mathapattis has won the heart of the woman of today and is adding a galm quotient to the ethnic look.

However adorn it only if you feel confident from within, or it can go terribly wrong.decorative-bright-floral-seamless-texture-background-flower-flowers-fabric-31446563

Bazuband- The Armlet


Another traditional bridal jewellery is the bazuband, that perfectly fits like a cuff or a bangle on the arm instead of the wrist. You can either wear it alone to achieve a minimilist look or adorn it with a necklace set to look grand for a family wedding.

If you have flabby arms, avoid wearing this as it may make your arm look fatter.


Kamarbandh & Kamar Satkas- Waistbelts & Keychains


South Asian Women definitely have the perfect curves. Flaunt these curves or rather accentuate them with this trendiest addition to the ethnic jewellery passage with ‘Kamarbandhs & Satkas’. Adorn it over a lehenga or a saree, you can even wear it high waisted to accentuate the thinnest part of the waist to achieve your favorite celebrity style.

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 To update your ethnic jewellery closet with the latest intrend jewellery visit http://www.traditsiya.in

Blossom beyond comparison with the new Festive collection by Traditsiya

The nine-day festival of Navratri in Hindu religion is held in honor of the nine manifestations of Goddess Durga. Navratri literally means ‘nine nights’ and is celebrated differently in different parts of India by Hindus. But in all places the victory of good over evil is celebrated and Goddess Shakti is propitiated. Such adoration to Mother Goddess is unique to Hinduism. The festival also marks the arrival of winter season, a period when Nature undergoes several changes.

But what really does this defined dress code signify? We all know that Navratri is aimed at worshipping the nine forms of Goddess Durga.The trend of wearing a different colour for each day is to signify that particular form of the deity.
While green signifies prosperity and growth, white resembles the essence of purity and calmness. Also, orange is a sign of independence and self-dependence, red indicated the presence of power and strength. Finally, purple indicates gracefulness and pink signifies the birth of something new.

Traditsiya’s new collection for this festive season has gone live. Flaunt the Magnificently crafted Jewellery collection by Traditsiya.
Invoke the ultimate with Traditsiya’s Festive Jewellery collection.
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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

5 ways to actually keep your New Year’s resolutions!

New year.
New beginnings.
Starting afresh.

We all dream of this at the end of every December.

“Oh, next year I am going to follow all the resolutions that I couldn’t keep up with this year!” we would exclaim.

This 2014, why not actually keep them?


Traditsiya brings to you 5 different ways to actually keep your New Year’s Resolutions:

1. Bring the Resolution in small chunks

Don’t make a short list of huge goals. Make a list with many smaller goals or break down huge goals into smaller goals. If you need to put down 20 resolutions, go for it!
The smaller your goals are, the faster it is for you to accomplish them. One goal accomplished and it will serve as motivation enough for your next chunk of the goal!

2. Print or write out copies of your resolutions.

Save a copy on each computer or electronic device you own, such as your smart phone, iPad, Note, Laptop.
Make a smaller copy and keep it in your wallet.
Keep a copy of it and stick it to your work desk.
Post a copy on the outside of your refrigerator.

3. Find a mentor or a Resolution – partner

Set up dates for evaluation with a mentor. This helps you to stay focused and evaluates methods for improvement. Having a group, partner, friend, or professional to encourage you can be a great way to keep you going. Try finding a friend who has a similar resolution, and check in with each other every week to talk about your progress and challenges.

4. Talk about it

Most people like to keep quiet about their goals, in case they fail. Well, we don’t want to fail at them, do we? Talk about it to people around you. They will act as reminders to keep up with the goals. Share your experiences with family and friends. Consider joining a support group to reach your goals, such as a workout class at your gym or a group of coworkers quitting smoking. Having someone to share your struggles and successes with makes your journey much easier, more fun and less intimidating.

5. Reward yourself!

When making your plan, a vital feature should be the rewards and treats you will give yourself at those all-important milestones. But be warned, don’t fall into the trap of putting your goal in danger – it’s too easy for a dieter to say “I’ve been so good, I deserve a few candy bars”, or a saver to throw caution to the wind with a new purchase. One slip, and it could all be over.New year.