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From time to time, India has represented the prosperous legacy of jewelry that shows prosperity, superiority, abundance and skill of craftsmen. The 5000-year history of Indian jewelry has been developed as a delicate art of traditional Indian craftsmanship that accentuated the elegant and gracious appearance of both male and female characters. Jewelry has not only been designed for men or women, but also for gods, temples and traditional dances such as Bharatanatyam or kuchipudi.
Over the centuries, India has experienced several empires in its country. With the sovereignty of various dynasties, a broad spectrum of aesthetic patterns emerged reflecting the cultural diversity, the taste of the individuals, the splendid splendor and the artist of the urban India. Each distinct style contains its own characteristic that has deciphered and explained the history of different dynasties . Available jewelry was made of gold, silver, ivory, pearls, ceramics and precious stones such as rubies, corals, sapphires and crystals. Jewelery, Crowns, Hansalis, Rani-Haar (Long Necklace), Necklaces, Pendants, Earrings, Finger Rings, Tops, Nose Rings, Thumbs, Bangles, Cadets, Toe Rings, Bracelets, Kadandias, Armlets, Bracelets, Chains, Tikas, Bracelets, Bracelets, Chains, Tikas, Borlas, Bracelets, Chains, Tikas, Borlas, Dots , Nostrils, Nath chains (worn with nose ring), waistband, earrings, staples. Gradually, with the advancement of time, sophisticated approaches were developed that improved various types of intricate and classic design. Indian jewelry is not limited to single metal or material; the extensive list has included various materials such as glass, white metals alloys with fabric, plastic, rice, resin and many more.
In the epic chapter of rich heritage, jewelry has never lost a single disc of importance or charm. The Ajanta paintings, in the 4th and 5th century, depict both men and women wearing more jewelry than cloth. From the ancient past, the penchant for a variety of valuable jewelry and ornamental looks has been the common feature and feature of jewelry connoisseurs. Decorating with luxury jewelry in weddings as well as some special social ceremonies is an integral part of respectable Indian traditions. Women have become overwhelmingly under the assortment of gold jewelry such as scintillation earrings, beautifully designed necklaces stumped with colorful gemstones hanging from the neck, and exquisite beliefs of exotic bracelets in their arms - a perfect confluence of traditional and modern style.
The luxury market for ethnic Indian jewelry has flourished and reached its zenith worldwide with a growing number of Western jewelry inspired by authentic Indian motifs.