Classification and Types of South Wedding Indian Jewelry and Mataha Pati Designs

| September 14, 2015

Indian wedding jewelry: Wedding jewelry has always been an essential part of every Indian bride’s entire look. Everything ranging from something as small as a toe ring to as big as a necklace is equally important in making a bride look complete. All these pieces of the traditional Indian jewelry make a bride look stunningly beautiful and remarkably graceful on the big day of her life.

Multi tiara matha pati for brides:

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Multi tiara or single tiara maatha paati is mostly choosen by the brides because it heavy and too much jeweled designing gives it a nawaabi style feel nd makes the bride looks like a queen.

Side swept tikka style:

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This is one of the hottest styles of maang tikkas that many girlsl prefer to wear these days. Also, called the nawabi style, this maang tikka falls on the side of the forehead, instead of being placed at the centre.

Matha pati with Over-sized maang tikkas:

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These statement pieces are a popular pick among all those brides, who believe in traditional yet classy look. The bride with long faces or broad foreheads can best carry this style with grace.


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Bolra is a south Indian tikka in a kind of round appearance. Here we are presenting you matha pati beaded and having a bolra as a center as maang tika. This is a common south Indian style of maang tika or matha pati which is commonly wore by women in South Indian areas.

Category: Jewelry


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