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Article: The Evolution Of Tradition: From Temple Jewellery To Archaic Jewellery

The Evolution Of Tradition: From Temple Jewellery To Archaic Jewellery

The Evolution Of Tradition: From Temple Jewellery To Archaic Jewellery

The historical background of our jewellery takes us back to the country's history itself. Yes, both evolved equally over the period. But did you know? It was almost 5000 years ago when the interest to beautify themselves with some embellished jewellery pieces, excited people. Since the origin of the course, the charm of jewellery and the beauty of Indian women by adorning it never deviated. Knowing about their history and their grandeur journey will make you love them more.

The ever-charming and grandeur temple jewellery

The traditional jewellery of India has always been quite heavy and consists of voluminous gold pieces. However, with the shift in times, modern jewellery is lighter in weight and has gained popularity among Indian women. But, the styles of temple jewellery remained the same with magnificent grandeur. They sparkle with the heavy designs and marvellous hand carvings.

Indian jewellery has played a pivotal role in highlighting the beauty of the diverse dance forms popular in India like Kuchipudi, Kathak or Bharatnatyam. Classical dancers .various dance forms are given an elegant appearance by ornamenting them with sparkling Indian jewellery. The number of items adorned by a woman as jewellery is many. There is an ornament for decorating almost every part of her body. From the hair to the toe, there are jewellery pieces to highlight the virtue of the Indian women.

Enchanting jewellery of tribal styles

Various forms of tribal jewellery were witnessed in the medieval and ancient times of history. The inspirations from nature, including birds, animals and flowers, was evidently seen in their formation. While preparing these, not just gold, there is also a vast variety of silver jewellery found all over India. The silver bead ornaments are trendy in many parts of the country. Even the present silver bead ornaments' reputation goes to the craftsmen of those areas and their culture.

Modern archaic and stone jewellery

Jewellery used by Indian women has never been confined to be of any specific stone. They have always shown diversity in them. Ornaments made of numerous precious and semi-precious stones such as emeralds, pearls, diamonds, rubies, sapphires, etc. have been used for ages. And these styles all together flourished in modern jewellery.

You can witness the grandeur of the temple jewellery, charms of tribal jewellery and the styles of stone embellishments. Unquestionably, the journey of Indian jewellery has been very long, but it has only led to an improvement in its charm for ages without diminishing its fashion.


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