With three unique ways to wear this symbol of love, ORRA’s diamond mangalsutra collection, is an ode to the contemporary Indian woman who defines her style, her way.
Under the 'bonded basis' imports, the duty free consignment will not be allowed for domestic use and the entire gold will have to be exported after value addition.
PLATINUM EVARA is synonymous with the inimitable bond that is weaved not only between two individuals but their families too.
A mark of an everlasting bond, tying the Mangalsutra has been an auspicious tradition followed in most marriages for centuries in India. Originally a Hindu tradition, the mangalsutra has become such a universal symbol in Indian weddings that over time, other religions have also adopted the tradition of tying the mangalsutra. Mostly made in gold, the meaning and history behind the mangalsutra is profound, and has different cultural implications in different parts of India. While in some parts of India, people still uphold the traditional way of adorning the propitious piece of jewellery, in some parts, people have acclimatized to new and modern designs of wearing the mangalsutra. By Vijetha Rangabashyam.
Iconic fine jewellery label Gehna Jewellers celebrates the sacred bond of love this Raksha Bandhan with their annual property ‘Gehna for Behna’.
Show her that your bond is more precious than ever, with a Forevermark diamond that shines with the brilliance of her unconditional love, celebrating the uniqueness of women.
Iconic Fine Jewellery Label, Gehna Jewellers celebrates the purest form of love – the bond between a mother and daughter with their new Heirloom Collection.
Cherish the bond that you most deeply respect and hold dear with the overarching superwoman in your life through 'Shine On’ diamond jewellery range.
The collection is a diverse range of 18K white and yellow gold diamond baubles with baguette, cabochon and marquise rubies, traditional and contemporary necklace sets with pearls and a pendant sets with blends of polki and red enameling.