When it comes to jewellery, a woman can never have a big enough Tanmaniya collection. Simply put a tanmaniya is a pendant with two bails. This type of pendants needs a special type of chain. Unlike other pendants that slip over a chain, a tanmaniya is usually attached to an open-ended chain. The two bails are looped to the last link in a chain and thus, the complete piece looks more like a necklace than a chain with a pendant. They are often worn with a mangalsutra chain.

Ethnic Gold Tanmaniya

If you’re looking for something with a traditional, take a look at pure gold tanmaniyas like the Malabar Gold Tanmaniya (Product Code: MHAAAAAHDJTI) and the Malabar Gold Tanmaniya (Product Code: MHAAAAAHBTLK). The craftsmanship on these pieces of Indian gold jewellery sets them apart. The Malabar Gold Tanmaniya (Product Code: MHAAAAAHIJOR) features intricate filigree work that makes the design look light and ideal for everyday wear. If you’re looking for something heavier for the festive season, take a look at the Malabar Gold Tanmaniya (Product Code: MHAAAAAHIMZM). These gold jewellery designs are usually crafted from 22kt gold.

Diamond Studded Tanmaniya

If you want Indian jewellery with a little sparkle, a diamond-studded tanmaniya is ideal. These are typically made from 18kt gold. Whether you’re looking for something traditional or modern, you can find a design from the tanmaniya collection. With a single row of diamonds, the Mine Diamond Tanmaniya (Product Code: JGTN-MT11585A0A) is ideal for everyday wear. Alternatively, you could consider the Mine Diamond Tanmaniya (Product Code: AJTNTAN2863). On the other hand, if you’re up for a cocktail party, take a look at gold jewellery designs like the Malabar Gold Tanmaniya (Product Code: AHDAAAAAGVWV) and the Mine Diamond Tanmaniya (Product Code: AJTNTAN3868).  For formal events like weddings, the Mine Diamond Tanmaniya (Product Code: TAN2850) and the Tarenya Tanmaniya are perfect. 

Themed Tanmaniya

Like other types of Indian jewellery, tanmaniya designers categorize designs by theme. If you want something delicate in a gold jewellery design finder, a floral design like the Malabar Gold Tanmaniya (Product Code: TNSGWDYA0078) or the Mine Diamond Tanmaniya (Product Code:  TAN3316) would be ideal. The Mine Diamond Tanmaniya (Product Code: AJTNTAN2122) is another popular design inspired by nature. Floral designs aren’t always delicate and dainty, the Mine Diamond Tanmaniya (Product Code: AJTNTAN4510) is an ornate Indian gold jewellery design that will put you in the spotlight at any party. If you prefer a more abstract, modern style of gold jewellery, the Mine Diamond Tanmaniya (Product Code: AJTNTAN4975) would be the perfect fit. 

Tanmaniyas With A Splash Of Colour

Like other types of Indian jewellery, tanmaniya designs are not limited to yellow gold and diamonds. Designs constructed in rose gold like the Malabar Gold Tanmaniya (Product Code: AHDAAAAAEWEY) and the Mine Diamond Tanmaniya (Product Code: TAN3786) are sleek, stylish and elegant. You can also get these designs made in white gold. Another way to add colour to these designs is by studding the piece with semi-precious and precious gemstones. The Malabar Gold Tanmaniya (Product Code: BLRAAAAGIDON) and the Malabar Gold Tanmaniya (Product Code: TNSGWDTA0114) are the perfect examples. Gold jewellery like this is a great gift for on any occasion. 

Finding the perfect tanmaniya for you is easy. A gold jewellery design finder app like Finaura lists designs from some of India’s top jewellers. You can browse through hundreds of designs and pick your favourite piece from them. With the convenience of online payments and the guarantee of hallmarked gold, your purchases are safe. And, once they’re delivered home, you can flaunt them everywhere you go. 

Finaura is a gold jewellery design finder that helps you to find the best gold jewellery designs from the most trusted Indian gold jewellers. You can download the Finaura App from Google Playstore.

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