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Wedding is a lifetime affair and every bride wants to look at her best. However, the whole look depends not only on your feature or clothes or make up, it also depends largely on the jewellery you are wearing. Here are lists of 11 pieces of ancient stunning jewellery that will make you look like a Royal Bride on your D-day!!!

 

 

RANI HAAR

As the name suggest this haar or necklace used to be worn by former royal brides to look like a queen and to mark the occasion of the Royal wedding. This wonderful necklace is handmade with gold and intricate filigree work.

 

 

 

 

MATHA PATTI

Matha Patti or the hair ornament used to be a must for every ancient queen. Nowadays, it’s in trend for modern brides. So, wear it and cast a spell on everyone.

 

 

 

KUNDAN CHOKER

From ancient India to Egypt the Choker was a favourite ornament of everyone and nowadays the Kundan choker is a must have for every bride to look regal on her D-day.

 

 

BAJU BANDH/ARMLET

 

A stunning piece that was a requisite for kings and queens in the ancient era and it signifies power and ability- virtues that are vital for a bride.

 

 

 

HATHPHOOL

 

This piece of jewellery is quintessential as it decorates not only the two hands, but also the fingers of the bride in an attractive way.

 

 

 

JADANAGAM/ HAIR SERPENT

 

This bridal jewel is much in fashion these days as earlier queens and princess use to wear it to cover or ornament their long braids in style.

 

 

 

KAMARBANDH

 

This elegant and royal piece of jewellery adds slimness to the waist of the bride as well as it enhances the curves.

 

 

 

 

NATH/NATHNI

 

Inspired by the Maratha queens the traditional bride must have a nath ornament on her nose to showcase her prosperous married life according to believes.

 

 

 

 

KARANPHOOL JHUMKA

 

This kind of jewellery is a part of Indian’s old tradition and ritual. Basically, it is adorned by brides to beautify their delicate ears.

 

 

 

 

PAIZEB/ ANKLET

The anklet is the most popular piece of jewellery because of its sound that echoes whenever the person wearing it walks, especially the bride.

 

 

 

 

TOE RING

 

Indian brides can never have enough of their toe rings as it signifies the eternal bond of marriage forever.