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Add more Sparkle to Your Look this Diwali

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Diwali or Deepawali, the Festival of Lights is the biggest and the brightest festival in India. The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness. The word “Deepawali” refers to rows of diyas, or clay lamps. Diwali is one of the most popular festival in the Hindu calendar. It is celebrated on the 15th day of Kartika, according to the Hindu calender. This festival commemorates Lord Rama’s return to his kingdom Ayodhya after completing his 14-year exile. The Goddess Lakshmi was Vishnu’s consort and she symbolizes wealth and prosperity. She is also worshiped on Diwali. This festival is celebrated in West Bengal as “Kali Puja” and Kali, Shiva’s consort is worshiped during Diwali. The Diwali festival in southern India often commemorates the conquering of the Asura Naraka, a king of Assam who imprisoned many people. It is believed that Krishna freed the prisoners.     Continue reading Add more Sparkle to Your Look this Diwali

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Wedding Jewellery – The Bridal Charm

The occasion of Wedding is a special day for any person. In India, it is considered a highly sacred bond. An Indian woman regards the day of her marriage as the most important day in her life. To make this special day perfect, preparations go on for months in Indian households. Jewellery plays a very important role in Indian weddings. An Indian bride is usually decked up from head to toe in beautiful jewellery that complements her attire and personality. Traditionally, wedding jewellery meant two gold wedding bands, one for the bride and one for the groom. These days however, couples are not just getting more daring with their wedding rings, they are choosing to accessories their wedding outfits with special wedding jewellery as well. Continue reading Wedding Jewellery – The Bridal Charm

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Traditional Bengali Jewellery for Durga Puja Festival

Durga Puja is one of the greatest festivals of West Bengal. It is celebrated in the month of Ashwin, that is September-October month of year. Goddess Durga is worshiped with great pomp and honor during Durga Puja. The city is decorated very beautifully during this time with varied designs of colorful lighting patterns. The festival of Durga Puja is celebrated for four days that are Saptami, Ashtami, Navami and finally Dashami. Continue reading Traditional Bengali Jewellery for Durga Puja Festival

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Type of Jewellery in India

Jewellery is considered as the cheapest as it is affordable by every class of people. As the name suggest “artificial’’ it is very low in cost so it is available in every part of India. Especially in villages it very popular among people. This type jewellery is quite popular among Indian whether it is Urban or Rural it match with their lehengas. There is jewellery for almost all the body parts, including neck, ear, nose, arms, ankles, fingers, waist, hair etc in India. Now a days artificial jewellery is in trend. Artificial fashion jewellery is made of stone and crysta. Jewellery can enhance personality of women. It brings special charm to their makeover and all over beauty. Most of working women like artificial jewellery because it is light  in weight and look stylish. Artificial jewellery is a best option for working women suits in all occasions like wedding, modern party and simple get together.

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Add Infinite Charm to your personality with Pearls

A pearl is a hard object produced within the soft tissue of a living shelled mollusk. Just like the shell of a clam, a pearl is composed of calcium carbonate in minute crystalline form, which has been deposited in concentric layers. The ideal pearl is perfectly round and smooth, but many other shapes (baroque pearls) occur. The finest quality natural pearls have been highly valued as gemstones and objects of beauty for many centuries. Continue reading Add Infinite Charm to your personality with Pearls

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All about Vintage Jewellery

In the world of jewellery and beads work, ”vintage” is most often used to indicate a piece or component that is a product of the high quality manufacturing of a previous time frame (usually from 25 to 99 years). ”Vintage” jewellery tends to be dated from approximately 1980 back to 1910. When describing a piece of ”vintage” jewellery, it is best to state the time frame the piece is from her earrings are vintage 1950s. Vintage style refers to an item which is created in the style (but not always in the same materials or with the same tools) of a previous time. Vintage is also a term loosely applied to ”out of program” colors and shapes by Swarovski crystal. Continue reading All about Vintage Jewellery

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Colours of Holi

Holi, the festival of colors One of the major festivals of India, is celebrated with enthusiasm and joy on the full moon day in the month of Phalgun which is the month of March as per the Gregorian calendar. Holi festival may be celebrated with various names and people of different states might  be following different traditions. But, what makes Holi so unique and special is the spirit of it which remains the same throughout the country and even across the globe, wherever it is celebrated. The festival Holi gets its name from the ancient story of Holika. Holika was the sister of demon-  king Hiranyakashipu. The king, egoistic as he was, desired that everybody in his kingdom worship him alone. Much to his ire, he found that his son,  Prahlada, was a worshiper of Lord Vishnu. Continue reading Colours of Holi

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Special gift for Sisters on Rakshabandhan

Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan is the festival that is being celebrated every year in the month of August with vigor and joy, especially in the northern and the western parts of the country. It is the only festival which signifies the sacred bond between the brothers & the sisters. On this day the sisters tie a band called Rakhi or Raksha on the right hand of their brothers with the later taking up an oath to protect their sisters throughout their lives. Continue reading Special gift for Sisters on Rakshabandhan

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There is no other relationship like friendship.

Make thisFriendship Day more beautiful by gifting your best friend something that make her feel more special.

Friendship day is a day of celebrating friendship. Friends are a very important persons of human life. Friends are the persons whom we share their feelings and problem. Friendship is a relation that we choose. Friendship is a relationship of mutual affection between two or more people. Friendship is something which is important for every one and every human are in need of it. Each human whether he is 5,15 or 50 year old every one need a friend in every stage of life but one who has the same friend in whole life is very lucky person. Friendship can not be described in words, it is something which is can only be felt.

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