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Rajasthani Jewellery - A Sneak Peek

The majestic state of Rajasthan is all about magnificence and grandeur. Even the jewellery of the state is inspired by the Rajwada culture. Rajasthani Jewellery is anything but simple. The jewellery reflects the royal legacy of Rajputs and the rich culture of Mughals. People from all over the world visit the state to experience and witness the royalty heritage. Explore more here Gujarati Jewellery, Maharashtrian JewelleryAndhra Bridal Jewellery, Karnataka Jewellery, Tamil Nadu Jewellery & Kerala Jewellery.

Designs Of Royalty

The exquisite pieces and designs of Rajasthani Jewellery consist of MaangTika or Borla on the forehead, ChandBala or Jhumkas in the ears, Nathni in the nose, Adhd or Choker in the neck, Rani Haar or 

Layered Necklace, BajuBandh for forearms, Hathphool for hands, Gajhra or Gokhroo as bangles, Kaddle or Anklets in feet. The list can be endless when we talk about Rajasthani Jewellery. These pieces of art are an important part of a bride’s wedding trousseau as these are gifted by the groom’s family to the bride. Wearing this jewellery signifies that a woman is married.  

Kundan, Meenakari, Polki, and Jadau are a few forms of design work that is engrained in royal jewellery. The jewellery is made in yellow gold and sometimes in black-ish yellow gold, and it is bound to make you feel like a Maharani. Explore more here Punjabi Jewellery, Delhi Jewellery, Uttar Pradesh, Jewellery, Madhya Pradesh Jewellery & Bengali Jewellery.

What is the starting price of Rajasthani Jewellery?

The price of Rajasthani Jewellery starts from INR 20,000, which has lightweight earrings and rings in feature. As it is very much higher in weight than normal jewellery, it is priced higher. It can go up to several lacs on the higher side. The most expensive pieces are necklaces and chokers. 

Buy your favourite designs with DGRP

Since buying Rajasthani Jewellery can get very heavy on your pocket, Candere offers exciting plans to not burden you much financially. The DGRP or Double Gold Rate Protection is a scheme that allows flexibility in your payment through easy installments. Buying jewellery online allows you to pay only 10% of the total amount at the checkout, and the remaining amount can be paid in a period of 2-12 months. Another best part about DGRP is that there is also no interest rate or processing fee. Buying your favourite jewellery just got easy!