Importance of Gold Jewellery in India

Importance of Gold Jewellery in India

India a golden bird was known for its culture and tradition from the times of Mughals and Rajputs. Importance of jewelry in India and for the Indian women’s starts with the birth of a girl. Jewelry and Indian women share a deep connection as its value lies not only in tradition, but also has a great significance in scientific terms.

Since, the inception of civilization, the jewelry is an integral part of the Indian society. India had a long love affair with all kind of jewelry. Indian jewelry is worn by all the religions, in a different religious function, weddings, festivals, in small parties. In India jewelry is considered a status symbol, faith, devotion,   investment, ward off misfortune, excellent adornment, beauty, for the gifting purpose and many more to add on. Indian jewelry is passed on to the heirs of the Indian families as a culture values which, shows of the importance of Indian jewelry and its traditional values.

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Indian jewelry is made up of many precious metals and stones. Some are as  follows-:

GOLD -: Gold is the most common and finest metals used for making Indian jewelry. It is more malleable but durable as compare of other metals. Which make it more precious among all different metals used for making jewelry in India? The actual gold content of metal is measured in Karats (K) or Carats (Ct), which describes the proportion and purity of gold in the material. Typical Indian gold is in yellow color which comes in a form of 18k, 20k and 24k. There are two more types of gold besides Yellow gold which is white gold and rose gold.

SILVER -: silver is also one of the important metals used in our Indian jewelry. It is used in the form of Sterling silver, which is 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper. They have a longer lifespan than other metals in Indian jewelry. Silver is cheaper in rates, so it is highly consumed by all class in our Indian society.

Diamond -:  A majority of these early stones were transported along the network of trade routes that connected India and China, commonly known as the Silk Road. At the time of their discovery, diamonds were valued because of their strength and brilliance, and for their ability to refract light and engrave metal. Diamonds were worn as adornments, used as cutting tools, served as a talisman to ward off evil, and were believed to provide protection in battle. In the Dark Ages, diamonds were also used as a medical aid and were thought to cure illness and heal wounds when ingested.

Some important stones which are used in the Indian jewelry are diamond, ruby, Meena, rukudi, agate, aquamarine, carnelian, citrine, emerald, garnet, kunzite, moonstone, pearl, quartz, and tiger’s eyes and so on. Therefore, with the combination of these precious metals and stones Indian jewelry makes its great significances in the world for the beautiful designs and ornaments. Jewels Box (Gold. Diamonds. silver) is one of the best jewelry shops in Lucknow which forecast the huge collection of Indian jewelry with class and elegance.



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