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  1. Mangalsutra – The Traditional Indian Ornament Voylla Fashions Pvt Ltd J-469-471, RIICO Industrial area, Near Chatrala Circle, Sitapura, Jaipur (Source : goo.gl/VxDgYn) +91 76761 11022

  2. Since ages, wearing ornaments have been an integral part of the Indian culture. The type of jewelry for women ranges from necklaces, earrings, rings, toes rings, kamarband etc. All of these are worn by Indian women and have been refashioned according to the latest trends.

  3. Why a Women wears Mangalsutra The word Mangalsutra arises from the Sanskrit words mangal – meaning auspicious or holy and sutra – meaning thread. It is a traditional neckpiece which is worn by married Indian women only. The Mangalsutra is tied by the groom on the bride’s neck as a part of wedding ritual. The mangalsutra is worn by the woman for the long and healthy life of her husband. (Source : goo.gl/XzMskO)

  4. Significance ofMangalsutra Although, it is said that it is worn for the well-being for the husband, the actual reason is somewhat different. In the past this was made of pure gold only and thus was worn by women. Pure gold has several Ayurvedic properties. It avoids skin inflammation, calms the mind, releases stress and has several other benefits on the body. (Source : goo.gl/CcPsgW)

  5. Mangalsutra in different part of Indian There are different names of mangalsutra in the different parts of the country. In northern India it is called by the same name while in south it is addressed by different names. It is called Thaali in Kerala and Tamil Nadu while in Karnataka it is called Bottu. (Source : goo.gl/XhfV8T) (Source : goo.gl/CcPsgW) (Source : goo.gl/cyhRYH)

  6. Latest Designs In the recent times, the simple mangalsutra design has been refashioned according to the latest styles. One can find mangalsutra, which are of pure gold rather than the ones, which are gold plated. The latest designs also have several gems stones embellished around the main golden pendant. These are available in double and single chain styles.

  7. Styling your Mangalsutra with other dresses Your mangalsutra can be styled with both Indian and western dresses. When worn with western dresses it is best to avoid wearing another necklace and go with simple stud earrings. (Source : goo.gl/8AWf1D)

  8. North-Indian-Mangalsutra(Source : goo.gl/VxDgYn)

  9. South Indian Mangalsutra(Source : goo.gl/wdem2w)

  10. Traditional Mangalsutra(Source : goo.gl/7dH7CK)

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