Gallery Indian temple Jewelry

Style of jewelry called "Temple Jewellery" is a unique style of jewelry, that is native to South India.Classical and traditional in its appearance, temple jewelry is commonly associated with dancers practicing the dance form of Bharatanatyam or Kuchipudi. Many of the designs inspired from the stone carvings in the various temples throughout South India. Jewelry in this style is adorned deities in the temples of Tamil Nadu, for over a hundred years.Initially jewelry was created as a sacrifice to the gods and godesses.Later temple dancers, devdasis, wearing jewelry.
Temple jewelry made of uncut rubies (pucchakallu), emeralds, rough diamonds (parameters), pearl, sapphire and other gems from the bottom in gold.
From earrings necklaces to pieces for decorating hair, legs, thighs and even spit, Temple jewelry includes the following:
* Thalaisaamaan / Matha Patti / Head Set with Suryan and Chandran (3 units) orNethi-chutti/Maang Tikka from Suryan and Chandran (3 pieces)* Thalaisaamaan is a three-pronged ornament worn on the hair. One of the central part is worn on the hair parting and the other two sides are connected along the hairline on the forehead.* Surya Chandran and two broaches, like jewelry that symbolisze sun and moon, and is worn on the left and right parting hair to invoke blessings of the deity, the sun for good health, brilliance and power, and the month for romance and peace.* Rakkodi: circular ornaments for the back of the head (JuraPin round)* Billai: braid ornament for decoration / choti* Attigai: Short necklaces necklaces* Magari Maalai: Long pearl beads Padakkam / pendant designed with red and green stones and pearls of peacocks and floral motifs and set in a crescent shape.* Arum: Long gold necklace* Jimiki: Detachable bell-ear value of pearls* Mattal: Ear Chain / Kaan Chain* Thodu: Nakshatra design seven stone stud earrings* Mookuthi, Nathu and Bullaku: Nose Jewelry* Odiyanam: Belt* Kunjalam: films end / Paranda.Kunjalam put on the end of the spit, and it adds character it.Usually Kunjalam long filaments in the end, gold-plated, conical cap at the top.* Salangai: Dancing Bells / Ghungroo* Bracelets* Vanki: Armlet / bajubandh* Veni: semicircle garland of flowers around the bun or braid / Gajara
Temple jewelry is characterized by some of the finest handmade, painfully created by skilled craftsmen and jewelers. In connection with the finesse required in crafting it, the time required for delivery of jewelry can 
sometimes even go to the next, depending on the number of pieces. But one look at the finished product and most of his customers do not forget the agony of waiting for them.
Temple of values that are on order, according to the size of the customer is certainly an enviable price range possession.The may be somewhere between Rs. 80,000 for the pair jhumkas (earrings) to several lakhs for necklaces and other specialized products and services. Set for a dancer, meeting all its requirements for the perfect adornment could be between Rs. 8,00,000 crore. 15,00,000. Cause expensive nature of the church values, obviously, making the charge, which in itself is almost a third of the total cost.Even today, the original temple jewelry is made only by certain artists who need to fulfill stringent requirements in the course of making it, such as conservation cool temperatures (both heat can damage the delicate Threading gold), total concentration on each set because of the complexity involved (which means taking only one order at a time), and so on.
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