Ever wondered how royalty is attributed to bead jewellery in India? Five centuries ago, Mughal dynasty ruled over India. The royal Mughals were connoisseurs of art, architecture, and jewellery. Jewellery making was of significant importance during Mughal rule. Royal family members adorned rich gemstones studded with chunky enameled motifs. It was an essential part of their proud public appearance in form of jeweled turbans to toe rings and layers of necklaces displayed all over their bodies.
After Mughal era ended, royal jewellery made way into Indian museums to be preserved. Centuries later, around the beginning of year 2000, the Bollywood cinema gave life to almost lost art, of Mughal jewellery. Some of the Bollywood movie releases such as Jodha Akhbar, Ram Leela, and Bajirao Mastani caught the attention from a large audience. The trend setters have now caught the attention of styling up with the modern day bead collection.
StyleAura design studio in Bangalore, India, specializes in semi-precious stone jewellery with a blend of royal art and the modern hand cut nature stones. The art of old time popular navrathan (a nine gemstone studded pendant), to meenakari art, kundan work, and hand painted Mughal pendants have been turned uniquely with an interesting fusion with natural agates, ambers and druzies.
Reliving the luxury of royal taste with a fusion design line, can be quite a style statement for a modern day women. It’s the legacy of our royal that makes way into the closet of the women evolved and ready to wear her traditional saree, contemporary cocktail gown, or jeans and shirt with a twist.
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