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How do I avail Diwali Discount of 15%

Diwali Sale is here, get flat 15% discount on purchase above  ₹ 3000/-. Offer valid till 20th October, 2017. Use code DIWALI15 while checkout. Step 1: Enter code DIWALI15 and click 'Apply' as below: Step 2: Once you hit 'Apply' you will see revised Total amount after discount. Step3: Complete the order by clicking "Continue with shipping method" button. Happy Shopping and a Very Happy Diwali!

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Creating “Jomale”, Coorg Bride’s Wedding Jewellery

‘Jomale’, a unique traditional Coorg bride’s wedding jewellery, consists of grooved beads strung on a black thread cord. Typically its length is 71 cms, double line and beads are filled with translucent material called ‘lac'.    Lot of my friends from southern region and now my clients had been asking me to recreate this design. I had to search every market that I know of to buy these grooved beads. Finally, I was able to do that and get it polished with high quality gold matte polish.  It is the fourth time that I finally got the thread work spot on and was able to reasonably create this piece. It was really a great fun and I loved to learn...

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My own version of ‘Thushi’

Working with Dad is super fun and the design super unique, I believe he is total genius. I wanted to always develop unique designs and thread work that is combination of art and tradition and I could think of no better design than the one from my backyard, Maharashtrian Thushi. Here are our own versions of Maharashtrian Thushi. Beads studded Thushi    Black thread are woven through the beads or pearls; the tricky part of work and the most tedious part of work, was to cross weave the threads through the beads to hold them together in sort of a binding. And once done, the piece looks beautiful. I can use pearl, silver beads and gold polished beads for this design. Small...

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Mangalsutra

MangalSutra is the finest ornament of Indian married woman. A typical MangalSutra is a black beads necklace with two semi hollow plates pendant. To my surprise this is the most appreciated section and I do get lot of request to recreate these designs in different styles that look unique, beautiful and elegant.    I design this necklace out of semi precious stones or Silver bhoar beads to give them an old fashioned Maharastrian look. I love to mix semi precious stones with every necklace that I design since they look so natural and elegant.     Kundan is found in many rajasthani ornaments. I have used in some of the below designs to give distinctive touch to our Mangalsutra. The long...

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