India as a sub-continent features as an important spot on the global map! You know why?
Not only because of diversity and secularism, but also for its rich cultural #heritage. Indian women are exceptional in both beauty and their hard works. The main handicraft industry originates from these women’s hands.
The jewellery of India especially demands our attention!
Having a legacy of more than 5000 years, the tradition of jewellery has survived throughout India’s glorious history. There is a deep connection between Indian jewellery and women as the latter is always incomplete without adorning such precious items.
Especially, handmade jewelleries speak of a rich culture of intricacy and artistic endeavours. The effort of our craftsmen at designing each fine piece is inexplicable in words! India Imprints is proud to showcase such sparkling jewellery precisely handmade by hardworking Indian craftspersons.
Their invaluable touch, the minute detailing, and the emotion an artist pours while cutting and polishing each piece of the jewellery – everything speaks of a transcendent artistic experience that bypasses every global artisan in the world.
Goddess Lakshmi, the Devi of wealth and fine beauty finds herself expressed in Indian jewellery. In fact, South Indian women consider gold jewellery to be a symbol of status. Meenakari’s floral pattern embellished in red and gold or blue and green are used to enamel gold.
This particular genre of Indian jewellery speaks of a bygone historical aura which continues to adorn present day modern women equally.
Whether it is the silver ornaments, oxidized earrings, or handcrafted #dogri jewellery – all of these have come a long way. The bead jewellery related to the Indus Valley Civilisation is yet another example of Indian craftsmanship. It is the old art made popular by ancient people which even now finds favour amongst fashion savvy ladies.
India Imprints bows to this handmade master craft that traverses cross-cultural borders.
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