Situated in the extreme south of India, the state of Tamil Nadu is famous for its Dravidian culture, classical art forms, ancient temples, glorious architecture, and the Tamil language which happens to be one of the oldest of all languages in the world. The influence of their ancient culture, temples, and rich traditions can be seen in Tamil weddings.

Adorned in a vibrant coloured Kanchipuram silk saree, fresh flowers on beautifully plaited hair, and traditional gold jewellery, the Tamil brides are all about elegance and richness. The Tamil wedding jewellery is known for its intricate designs and the bridal jewellery is perfectly layered which adds to the magnificence of Tamil brides. 

The wedding jewellery in Tamil Nadu is prominently made up of gold with a touch of red.  Temple jewellery made entirely of pure gold and the ones made up of gold and precious stones are still the most preferred choice at traditional Tamil weddings. A huge gold pendant with the carved images of a God/Goddess is a typical gold jewellery design when it comes to temple jewellery.   

Although gold is still the most preferred choice when it comes to Tamil wedding jewellery the influence of other states can now be seen at Tamil weddings. This is the reason behind the growing affinity towards diamond jewellery and Kundan jewellery over the traditional pieces of Tamil jewellery.

Let’s take a look at some of the more popular gold jewellery designs in Tamil wedding jewellery.

Addigai Gold Necklace

Addigai is traditional Tamil wedding jewellery that is set in gold with white and other coloured stones embellished on it. The design could also have leaf-shaped motifs attached to the neckpiece. The Hamra Rang Gold Necklace, the Kimaya Vedha Gold Necklace, and the Vari Anokhi Gold Necklace on the gold jewellery design finder, Finaura are perfect pieces of gold jewellery in this design.

Kaasu Malai

The Kaasu Malai is a gold necklace that has gold coins attached to it. This is a traditional piece of gold jewellery popularly worn by Tamil brides. You can check out the Muhum Laxmi Kyra Gold Necklace or the Sharadhi Kyra Gold Necklace on Finaura.

Lakshmi Malai

The gold necklaces and Kaasu Malai that has the images of Goddess Lakshmi engraved on them is referred to as the Lakshmi Malai. The Tasha Nimah Gold Necklace or the Nandika Vedha Gold Necklace are good choices in this gold jewellery design.

Nethi Chutti 

Nethi Chutti is a head ornament worn by Tamil brides that is quite similar to a Mang Tikka worn by the North Indian brides. The Raadhi Mudhra Gold Mang Tikka and the Kasiga Mudhra Gold Mang Tikka are good choices in this style of Gold jewellery. 

Jhimkki

The bell-shaped earrings, Jhimkki, remain the most popular choice of earrings among Tamil brides. You could choose between Rajika Nivara Gold Jhumka, The Kautirya Jhumka, or the Supattra Nimah Gold Jhumka on Finaura app.

Valayal

These are bangles that are made up of solid gold or the ones that have diamonds, emeralds, rubies, and precious stones embellished on them. The Era Uncut Diamond Gold Bangle Set (Product Code: BSMHAAAAAGUWDZ), and Tamil Bride Precia Bangle Set (Product Code: BSBAPRHDOSBSA001) are good choices for Tamil brides.

Mookuthi

The traditional Mookuthi worn by Tamil brides is a nose pin in gold that contains a single stone. Gracie Solitaire Nose Pin would be a perfect choice in this style.

Finaura offers a wide range of choices of gold jewellery suitable for Tamil brides. With this app, gold jewellery shopping is now much easier and safe.

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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