December 2019

Whenever we buy something, it’s always new and fresh. But, over time, it starts becoming duller and older. This is why it is always necessary to take complete care of your possessions after you buy them. Taking complete care will preserve your possessions for longer....

Wearing a silver anklet, or more traditionally known as a “payal”, is a custom seen in India since ancient times. At that time, women belonging to the royal class wore it as a symbol of wealth and status. Girls were in fact made to wear...

Gold bangles studded with kundan stones and meenakari are one of the most traditional pieces of Indian jewellery. Bangles have been worn by girls and women alike since ages, when there were so many contexts associated with these tinkling pieces. It was then believed that...

Silver is one of the most precious metals after gold. In fact, where gold is known as the king of metals, silver is known as the queen! Also, silver is referred to as the poor man’s gold. Thus, those who cannot invest much of their...

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....