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Indian Wedding Jewelry

Gorgeous Indian Jewelry. Perfect ideas for the contemporary bride to the traditional Indian bride. Find more inspiration at #indian wedding want to contribute to this board? Shoot us an email at maang tikkas, jhoomars, kundan, polki

Indian Wedding Jewelry

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The Summer Bride Rishika Jani, in a pastel Shyamal & Bhumika lehenga and Azva jewellery, blogs about her makeover experience at Grand WeddingSutra on Location.

Grand WeddingSutra on Location Bride-to-be Dr Aditi Parikh in a bright red ensemble from Aza and contemporary Azva jewellery, blogs about her makeover experience here

Royal Raga Necklace by Farah Khan Fine Jewelry

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Kundan/Diamond Polki Jewelry... so royal

Diamond earrings for your wedding day.

Indian bridal jewelry, kundan necklace Estaa Jewels

Spring Summer'15 Collection by Hazoorilal Legacy. Indian wedding jewelry #kundan #gold /

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❋Indian Bride❋. Wedding jewellery #desi

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South Asian bridal makeup. Smokey eye with lashes and a red lip. Desi jewelry.

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A beautiful Kundan Ethnic Indian Bridal Necklace Set from SIA STAR SIGNATURE LINE. The necklace is embellished with lovely crafted Vilandi Kundans and the ocean blue pearls at the bottom provides it the rich royal look . Kundan jewellery is the oldest form of jewellery made and worn in India.

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Instant extravagance Hand jewelery

Third generation gold choker

Golden intricate piece of art! Neckpiece Showstopper: a work of art

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Chanel gripoix #beautiful #vintage #chanel #jewelry bridal jewelry

Classical Designed Anklets for Bridal Jewerly

Inidian wedding jewelry LINGA PADAKKA MUTHU MALAI (a garland of pearls with a Lingam pendant) from Tamil Nadu, rows of pearls end in a pendant in which the Lingam, the symbol of Shiva, is shaped out of an emerald and set in an elaborate encrusted base supported by two bejewelled peacocks with their rich plumes swinging upward. The lower pendant has the usual lotus motif. It was believed in ancient India that flawless pearls prevented misfortune and were therefore favourites with kings.

Kareena Kapoor wearing a foaming maang tikka perfect for an Indian bride. Indian wedding jewelry

Kundan jewelry for your Indian wedding