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Elegant Jewelry Essentials for South Indian Brides!

May 16, 2022

Tamil brides have been honored to adorn temple jewelry for their marriage ceremonies

Our nation has been honored with a rich and different culture going back ages.Each region has their own cultural heritage that has been passed down generations. A wedding function would vary in myriad ways as you move across the country. From the customs to functions, from the food to outfits, even the jewelry the bride wears would be unique. Fundamentally, two spirits join to travel through coexistence yet are honored by the ceremonies and customs of the particular region.

Indian weddings are known for decking out brides in shining adornment sets. In any case, the justification for this goes past appeal; it is an antiquated practice going back something like 5000 years. Without a doubt, each subculture has its own arrangement of conventional marriage adornments.

Tamil brides have been honored to adorn temple jewelry for their marriage ceremonies. These gold pieces are motivated by different Gods and Goddesses wonderfully created with valuable stones. An image of having the association favored by the sacred powers alongside the magnificence of the valuable metals. Coordinated with a magnificent kanjeevaram saree, a Tamil bride is a dream to see!

Thalai Saman 

Thalai Saman is a bunch of ornaments that embellish the bride's head. It incorporates the Netti Chutti/Vagpu Chutti; a long gold chain with a memento encrusted with jewels in the middle. It lays on the brow and along the hair separating. Alongside this, there are the Suryapirai and Chandrapirai, representing the sun and the moon separately on one or the other side of the hair separating. These are made of collectible or yellow gold with kemp stones, rubies, and other valuable stones.

There is the Rakkadi, that holds the hair bun set up. Finishing off the head enhancements is the Jadanagam, which is entwined with the plait and is made of blossoms and gold.

Mookku Vaḷaiyam/Mukkuthi/Besari/Bullaku

An intricate and detailed nose ring studded with precious gems or pearls. It may very well be a stud of single gemstone or whole jewel. Besari is an intricate design containing a few stones. Furthermore, a Bullaku adds a chain that looms over the bride's cupid's bow.


The Kaluthiru is the mangalsutra of the gems set. It can either be a string of small black beads or a solid gold necklace with a locket in the center. The memento configuration can differ as per the customs and ceremonies followed by the family. Generally, the design gives proper respect to Goddess Lakshmi.

Mulla Muttu Maalai

This is a long piece of gold jewelry that is considered highly auspicious. It normally has a spike plan and most Tamil brides wear something like two-three, signifying it as the Lakshmi haram seeking the Goddesses’ blessing for the union.


Vanki are armlets that are V-formed, generally, and have a plan in the middle with delicate carved flora and fauna on the sides.


These are heavy bangles produced using gold and adorned with valuable stones.

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Mattal Jimikki

Shaped like a bell, the earrings are versatile, and can likewise include chain expansions. It is made of rubies, gold, emeralds, and pearls.


This piece of gems stands apart from the rest: the gold waist belt that all Tamil brides should wear. It characterizes the bride's figure as well as holds her saree  set up. With temple motifs and precious stones, it gives an ethereal look to the bride.


An anklet made of silver.Tamil tradition deems it inauspicious to wear gold below the belt, so the anklet is made of real silver and decorated with small bells and embellishments.


A traditional silver toe-ring that is often gifted to the bride by the in-laws to signify her married status.

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Tamil brides have been honored to adorn temple jewelry for their marriage ceremonies