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PADMAVATI Jewelleries that you will love to have.

Padmavati is one of the most awaited Bollywood movies which created a buzz over the internet.The film itself has dealt with a lot of anticipation.Deepika Padukone’s look as Rani Padmavati garnered all the attention with her unibrows or Rajputana look, heavy lehengas or the elegant jewellery.

The jewelry of Padmavati has awestruck everyone. The collection of jewellery is exclusively crafted by Tanishq Jewellers which took about 600 days and 200 skilled craftsmen to complete the work.They have used 400 kgs of gold to bring the beauty of Rajputana era back to life.

Deepika’s attire was designed by Delhi-based designers Rimple and Harpreet Narula and has been created using traditional zardosi. The border was derived from the architectural details of Rajasthani palace windows and jharokhas and the odhnis have been styled in conventional ways which are still prevalent in the Mewar belt of Rajasthan.

Here are the 6 major Padmavati’s jewellery pieces we just fell in love with:

1. bridal nath

The Nath, also commonly known as the nose stud or nose ring has been a very important and integral part of the Indian culture.

In the Hindu culture, for all women, the nose ring is a symbol of being married. It is believed that a girl should only wear a Nath on the day of the wedding and continue to wear it till the time she is married. Getting the nose pierced is also seen as paying respect to Goddess Parvati.

I personally think that without nath a bride is incomplete.Even during my wedding I didn’t miss it out.

Nowadays Nath is available in a multitude of designs, styles & patterns. From traditional nose rings for ethnic attires to simple nose hoops are taking over the fashion industry.

Deepika wearing this royal nath is quite different from normal ones. This Nath is a major inspiration for every bride to be.The big gold bridal nath with jadau work and pearls , she’s not looking less than a historic queen.

2. Ranihaar

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Ranihaar, the name itself says everything about this necklace. Wearing this ensemble, she is all ready to rule all over the world. The giant jewellery set around her neck is an incredible art.

The majestic necklace is adorned with exquisite handmade miniature paintings of Rani Padmavati along with very fine partaj detailing and pearl and emerald hangings.

The heavy traditional necklace shows different images of Rani Padmavati in 5 big stones. With the green stones hanging on last the neck piece gives it a royal finish. Wearing this she is truly looking like a royal-blood Rajputana queen

3. stunning wide textured kada

Women without bangles are difficult to find in Indian Traditions.It’s always an oldest and purest ornament of Indian women.Married women do have to wear bangles, its compulsory in Hindu traditions.

Deepika wearing these heavy and wide textured kadas has changed the normal way into a royal style.

These bangles are the traditional Rajasthani jewellery and giving a cultural royal look. The stunning set of bangles is simply adding the charm to Deepika Padukone’s royal look and making us go crazy.

Kadas are something that can instantly add to or take away from your look. You should be very sure about your kadas going with your outfit and these textured gold-toned kadas will go with almost every ethnic look.

4.choker bajuband

Indian brides love to wear a bajuband during their wedding day.It makes the look complete followed by a haath phool.

Small delicate pieces of kundan come together to form a mesmerizing pattern inspired by the grand chandeliers adorning Rani Padmavati’s Palace.This shows an Royal look of rajastahni Queen.

5. Rajputana choker

Chokers are the new thing and every girl loves to wear them. Chokers have become the major piece available in every girl’s jewellery box.Ever since 90s fashion trends made their way back into the fold, easy-to-wear chokers have become our throats’ best friends — and with good reason.

This one is indeed a great fusion of traditional Rajputana look jewellery and new choker style. The center hanging element is in the shape of a lotus bloom and is an ode to the beauty of Rani Padmavati.The kundan and stones studded in the choker making it more charming and royal. The bold red colour stones studded choker is best for bridals as it will get all the attention to the neckline and give a royal look.

6.HAATH PHOOL

Haath phools are the perfect accessory for a bride’s  henna clad hands. The haathphool is one of the most significant pieces of jewellery worn by a bride all over India. Like everything else about Indian weddings, there is a lot to choose from when it comes to designs. The metallic flowers, simple chains to heavy pieces making a bold statement for a bride jewellery. The haathphool can add a charm to every bride’s unique style.

The exquisite finger ring is crafted with green, red and white kundan stones forming a beautiful jaali. It looks like a flower motif enhanced by red chatai enamel base. It is inspired by beautiful ornate jaali work found in jharokhas of Rani Padmavati’s palace.

Deepika Padukone’s look is like a royal queen in real life with minimalism, wherein less is more.Heavy lehengas, traditional jewellery, and less makeup made her look like a real queen of 1540 CE.

Everything about her look is perfect, from unibrows to the way she puts her bindi right in the center of her forehead is just amazing about her. She is looking like the royal Rajput blood in the Padmavati look.

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Hi, I am Sonam from Bhubaneswar, India., an aspiring blogger with an obsession with all thing about beauty, fashion, and travel. This blog is an online visual journal of the things I buy & wear, places I visit, the food I eat & things that inspire me. I hope you enjoy browsing.

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