When it comes to weddings, Bihar, the eastern state of India is tremendously influenced by their traditions and culture. Rustic, lively, and colourful are three words that best define Bihari weddings. The rituals are quite elaborate. The entire wedding happens in different stages and the families of both the bride and groom have to be a part of all these traditional ceremonies.
The Bihari brides look colourful and radiant in their wedding outfits and traditional bridal jewellery. The bridal outfits come in different textures and a wide variety of colours with beautiful embroidery, exotic prints, and designs that are hand-woven. Bihari wedding jewellery is mostly traditional and colourful. The influence of this state’s culture can be seen in their wedding jewellery.
The bridal jewellery of Bihar is a combination of gold, diamonds, and other precious and semiprecious stones. The Bihari brides are known to wear multi-coloured bangles along with their gold jewellery which is their distinctive feature when it comes to their wedding jewellery.
The Nath or nose ring is another essential piece of Bihari jewellery that is a part of the wedding trousseau of every Bihari brides. The Chandrahaar, Sikri, and Panchlari (gold necklaces), Tikli (Head ornament), and chokers studded with precious stones are some of the typical pieces of gold jewellery worn by Bihari brides.
Let’s take a look at some of the pieces of jewellery that can be included in your Bihari wedding jewellery collection.
Nosepin – Nath
Considered to be a symbol of their marital status, the Nath is an important part of the wedding jewellery collection of Bihari brides. The gold jewellery design includes pearls, Kundan, diamonds, or other stone embellishments. The Tavanika Mudhra Gold Nath, Aniya Mudhra Gold Nath, and the Diksya Mudhra Gold Nath are good choices if you are looking for a gold Nath inlaid with coloured gems.
You could also check out the Aarvi Mudhra Gold Nath, Depthi Mudhra Gold Nath, and Dipeshi Mudhra Gold Nath that are crafted in gold with embellishments of coloured precious stones and pearls.
Tikli/ Mang Tikka
The Tikli or Mang Tikka is a head ornament and a part of the gold jewellery collection of Bihari Brides. Mang Tikkas are set in pure gold with attached diamonds, coloured gems, or pearls. The Udichi Mudhra Gold Mang Tikka, Yachana Mudhra Gold Mang tikka, Deivani Mudhra Gold Mang tikka, and Aarna Mudhra Gold Mang tikka are some of the elegant pieces of head ornaments that are quite popular at Indian weddings including Bihari weddings.
Chokers studded with diamonds and other precious stones are another important piece of wedding jewellery for Bihari brides. You can check out the Era Uncut Diamond Necklace (Product Code: NEERHDOSCKA012), the Vasana Mudhra Gold Necklace, and the Ethnix Gold Necklace (Product Code: AHDAAAAAKIKC) on the Gold jewellery design finder Finaura.
Danglers and Chandbali earrings that are crafted in gold with studded precious jewels are some of the more popular types of earrings worn by Bihari brides. If you are looking for danglers you can check out the Orsino Dangler Earrings, or the Salsa Dangler Earrings on Finaura.
Chandbali lovers can consider the Kiya Layered Chand Bali or the Ira Layered Chand Bali for their collection of wedding jewellery.
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