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Traditional Indian Jewellery
Traditional Indian Jewellery bears the aroma of the Indian tradition and the cultural association of the country`s conventional folk lore with gender specific roles.

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 Traditional Jewellery of Assam
Traditional Jewellery of Assam is very much beautiful to look at and is a very prestigious part of Assamese culture. Lokaparo, Bana, Dholbiri, Jonbiri, Galpata and Keru are some of the important jewelleries of Assam.
 Moghul Jewellery for neck
Mughals influenced jewellery making throughout India. The Mughals ruled India nearly 5 centuries ago. Simple necklaces and bangles began to get more ornate, and jewellery came to reflect the fine artistry and handiwork of the artisan.
 Jewellery of Sunga Period
Continuing the tradition of the Mauryan jewellery, the jewellery of Sunga period was a little refined than the earlier periods. The materials used for making jewellery were mainly gold and precious stones like corals, rubies, sapphires, agates and crystals along with pearls.
 South Indian Jewellery
South Indian Jewellery pieces are primarily made out of gold and worn during traditional festivals and weddings. The designs are inspired from the fresco paintings.the fresco paintings.
 Traditional Jewellery of Gujarat
Traditional Jewellery of Gujarat is an integral part of the traditional Gujarati costume look. The jewelleries include rings, earrings, neck pieces, chains, bangles and bracelets.
 
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