Jewellery completes a woman in the most fashionable, stylish, and glamorous manner. Since primitive times, women have been adorning varied types of jewellery pieces and items for the host of events and life occasions making her look captivating and charming to the core. Now, jewellery is more of a style statement but in India every jewellery item has its own significance and history behind it.
Let us have a look at some of the jewellery items understanding their significance:
Mangalsutra is an emblem and a mark of a married woman with the groom giving it to the bride during the wedding forming as a major part of the Indian tradition and culture. It also symbolizes the feelings of love, commitment, and companionship between the married couple. It is also believed to control the pressure levels of the body making the blood circulation regular.
Nose Ring or Nath:
Nose Ring or Nath has made a huge comeback in the scene of fashion and style with many women adorning the same at various events and functions. It is considered as one of the most seductive jewellery item plus it also forms as an integral part of the bridal jewellery having its conventional and scientific values and significance. Aristocratic and Royal families get the special nose a ring designed and curated for their brides and is considered as one of the most auspicious and culturally rich piece of jewel on the occasion of wedding.
When we come to talk about it scientifically, women who have their nose pierced experience less pain during the process of childbirth and our Ayurveda says that it is connected with the good health of the female reproductive organs. Also, it controls the wavelength of brain and prevents a woman from being hypnotized.
Maang Tikka has a pendant that falls on the forehead of a woman and it is attached to the chain with the hook at the other end of the hair. The center part of a woman’s forehead is believed and considered to the place of a vital chakra that refers to preservation. Scientifically, it symbolizes the union of the elements of male and female with no division at both mental and physical levels. It is also believed that on the forehead chakra, half-male and half-female androgynous deity Ardhanarishvara resides.
Rings are exchanged between to be bride and to be groom on their engagement ceremony as a mark and testimony of their love and companionship. And when we come to talk about it scientifically, wearing ring in the fourth finger from the thumb is known to be connected to the nerve passing from the finger to the neuron cells of the brain. And with the friction and feel of the metal, one can attain good health and confidence to handle life with utmost ease and that is the reason many men and women wear gemstones rings owing to the various health and life benefits attached to the same.