Dressed up in the beautiful Nauvari saree and the traditional wedding jewellery Kannadiga brides are a beautiful sight to behold. Weddings in Karnataka are largely influenced by their culture and traditions. The Nauvari saree is 9 yards in length and traditionally the brides wore white or cream coloured saree with a red and gold border. Unlike the earlier times, Kannadiga weddings are now more colourful owing to the influence of customs and practices from the other states in India.
The traditional influence can be seen in the Kannadiga wedding jewellery as well. Gold jewellery is mostly used as wedding jewellery in Karnataka. The traditional bridal jewellery has the image of Goddess Lakshmi engraved in many of the Gold jewellery pieces. The gold jewellery design of most of the studded ornaments has encrusted diamonds, emeralds, and rubies.
Given below are some of the traditional styles of Kannadiga jewellery popularly used by brides at their weddings.
Haaram is a traditional gold jewellery design uses popularly by Kannadiga brides. This is a long gold chain that is intricately designed and quite heavy. The Indu Mudhra Gold Necklace and the Aadha Vedha Gold Necklace on the Gold jewellery design finder Finaura are two good choices in this style.
This is a layered gold neck chain made up of gold beads. You can check out the Iria Nivara Gold Necklace and the Adivaa Nivara Gold Necklace on Finaura.
Similar to the Manga Mala worn by the brides in Kerala Mavinakayi Addigai is a gold necklace with attached mango-shaped gold motifs with inlaid red or green stones and pearls. The Precia Gemstone Gold Necklace Set (Product Code: NSHBDAAAAELSKN) and Navdha Mangamala Nimah Gold Necklace are popular choices in this design.
Lakshmi Sara is a gold necklace with attached gold coins. The image of Goddess Lakshmi (The Goddess of Wealth) is engraved in this piece of wedding jewellery. The Nandika Vedha Gold Necklace would be a great choice if you are looking for this gold jewellery design.
Netri Chutti/Mang Tikka
The Netri Chutti is a forehead ornament worn by Kannadiga brides. This piece of jewellery is set in gold with inlaid red/white/green coloured stones. You could choose between Anjna Mudhra Gold Mang Tikka, Vaaridha Mudhra Gold Mang Tikka, or the Ubikka Mudhra Gold Mang Tikka on Finaura.
This is a gold bangle design with inlaid gold coins. Check out the 22 KT Gold Bangle if you are looking for this gold jewellery design.
This is a heavy gold bangle with inlaid red stones. The Divine Gold Bangle Set (Product Code: BSBLRAAAAGIEHE) and Atreyi Nimah Gold Bangle are good choices in this design.
Pacha Kempina Bale
Pacha Kempina Bale is also a gold bangle style with inlaid green and red stones. On the Finaura app, you’ll find the Telugu Bride Precia Bangle Set (Product Code: BSBAPRHDOSFSA005) and Pihu Nimah Gold Bangle which is similar in design.
Pacha Kempina Ungaru (Finger Ring)
This is a gold finger ring with inlaid emeralds and rubies. You can choose between the 22KT Gold Finger Ring or the Elias Ring.
Jhimkki Earrings (Jhumka)
This is the most popular gold jewellery design when it comes to gold earrings for Kannadiga brides. Jhimkki earrings in pure gold and those inlaid with diamonds, rubies, and other precious stones are worn by these brides. You can check out the 22KT Gold Jhumkas, The Nalini Jhumka, The Charvi Jhumka, or the Bhavini Gold Jhumka on Finaura.
Through Finaura you can choose some of the best designs offered by trusted jewellers. The entire process is safe and quite simple.
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