Apart from historical destinations, heritage circles, delicious food and royal style of dressing, one the biggest state of India – Rajasthan is well known for its marvelous and beautiful jewellery. Though we are in the twentieth century and have introduced heavy technology and modernization in craftsmanship, the place is a jewellery hub for hand cutting of gems and precious and semi precious stones and jewellery made out of it. Some of the popular jewellery of the state are- Meenakari, Jadau Kundan Meena and Thewa which are very famous not only around the country but internationally for its sharp and exquisitely appealing look. Most jewellery you will find has a touch of class, royalty and sense of history in the jewellery of Rajasthan.
Here we elaborated the three mainstream designing patterns of Rajasthani jewellery–
This art of jewellery making has been running from ages and it is very illustrious art of Rajasthani artisans in which precious stones and semi precious stones are embellished into the jewellery of either gold or silver and the metal is also enameled with bright colors. It was Raja Man Singh of Amer who introduced the style but it was originally discovered by artisans of Lahore. It flourished in patronage of Rajasthani rulers and now it have Rajasthani expertise’s unmistakable stamp in jewellery market.
Not only Indian women love to wear kundan jewellery, but it is rang among foreign countries and this was proved at recent international event Cannes where so many celebrities were spotted wearing kundan earrings and necklaces. Kundan is a very special pattern of ornaments making which is specially practiced by Rajasthani people. The precious gems and semi precious gems are fixed in gold and silver and in the making very skillfully smith leaves the holes for all the gems and then wishes a lac base the gems are fixed at the back of designed ornament.
Design which happens with gold on glass is called thewa and it is helmed from Chittorgarh in Rajasthan. Thewa pendants are not only popular in India but throughout the world due to its intricate designs and bright colors. The floral pattern with blue, green, red colors of gold cast wins the heart of all women.
In Rajasthan heavy jewellery is in fashion for most of the organs to get the royal look. Silver is more popular in basic Rajasthani jewellery and gold in the designs of above given jewellery arts.
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