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No indian wedding is complete without an elaborate jewellery collection. Whether it is a statement necklace, chandelier styled earrings, heavy stone studded bangles, or a beautiful maang tika, it is very exciting to shop for all these various kinds of jewellery to match your outfits...

India is a big gold buyer; in fact the second largest global consumer of gold. But, when we speak of silver, India comes at the top of the list with being the largest consumer, using one in every six ounces of silver in the world....

Jewellery dates back to the Indus Valley Civilization, around 5000 long years ago, boasting a rich inheritance of the traditional jewellery making art. India is known for adorning jewellery with precious stones and metals. One of the most popular and precious Indian jewellery is the...

Gifting silverware and consuming your own food and water in silver can prove to be highly beneficial for your health. Silver articles in Bangalore have antibacterial and water purifying properties that can help boost immunity....

Rings have been a favourite, and one necessary jewellery element ever since the times of kings and queens. Among all the jewellery they have worn to show their power and status, huge vibrant rings have been a hot favourite! Women love wearing rings today too,...

Silver is named as the queen of metals absolutely rightly because it is second noblest metal after gold, the king, as both these metals do not oxidize or corrode easily. But, there is a certain period of time after which your silver articles and jewellery...

Jewellery shopping is one of the significant tasks that you have to perform as a bride. While this is a significant task, it is also a very expensive task, with all the heavy necklaces, earrings, rings, bangles, nath, and maangtikkas to be bought. Despite the...

With gold prices only rising above and above at all-time highs, silver is found to be a cheaper alternative being purchased by a majority of shoppers this festive season. The number of silver purchases has gone up this year as Indians do not move away...

One won't want to miss the sight of a beautiful bride on her wedding day with that heavy lehenga or saree, laden with remarkable and eye-catchy jewellery. After all, this is one day that will never return again, so a bride will want to look...

Wedding jewellery – That’s one of the most difficult things to shop for! All eyes are going to be on you on your wedding, and you can't afford looking even a little less than what is expected from you. And, while your dress and the...