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Intricate Wedding Temple Jewellery Pieces For the Most Regal Look

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Temple Jewellery has always been an indispensable part of a South Indian wedding day look. Formerly it was used to adorn the idols of goddesses and gods but was later found in the chests of royals. Due to its alluring appeal, these have also paved their way to bridal trousseaus. Wedding Temple jewellery sets and pieces are available in a myriad of designs. Also with motifs like that of goddess Lakshmi, Lord Shiva,  lotus flowers, swans, crocodiles and various royals. It was traditionally handcrafted in pure gold and are encrusted with precious and semi-precious gemstones like diamonds, emeralds, pearls and rubies.

Check out all the Wedding Temple Jewellery Pieces For the Most Regal Look.

1. Wedding Temple Jewellery Based Mangalsutra

Apart from being visually appealing this bridal mangalsutra is religious and exquisite. The mangalsutra conveys the message of prosperity. Furthermore, the red and green stones embellished on the gold pendant look beautiful.

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2. South Indian Temple Jewellery Look

South Indians bride look beautiful with a gajra. So, fresh mogra flowers help south Indian brides to beautify their look. Even Deepika Padukone and Alia Bhatt have slayed south Indian look in their movies. And in spite of this, south Indians wear traditional hair accessories and temple jewelry for the bridal look.

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3. Temple Jewellery Billas

This grand look is created with a tight braid, lots of jasmine flowers coiled at the nape of the neck, with close pinned temple jewelry style billas. Temple Jewellery with hairstyles is awesome.

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4. Temple Jewellery Kamarbandh

Planning on wearing a temple jewellery set at your wedding? This Kamarbandh will look gorgeous on your wedding lehenga.  This heavy temple jewellery is also known as the Vadiyanam is truly a work of art. The sculpted images of gods and goddesses on the jewellery are divine.

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5. Chandbaali Temple Earrings

Tracing its roots to Mughal and Rajput royalty, the ‘chandbali’ is a bejewelled interpretation of the crescent moon. The earrings are crafted in many variations by jewellers and designers, incorporating enamelling, kundan-jadau and unusual gemstones.

 
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6. Bridal Choker Temple Design

Gold jewelry never goes out of style. This bridal choker necklace is traditional and evergreen. You can layer it up with long gold necklaces. Also, the design and simplicity of the choker are very eye-catching. There is nothing more regal than an Indian bride dressed in authentic royal and grand jewelry. Put together with matching jewellery, this set is a piece of divinity.

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7.  Maang Tikas in Temple Jewellery

The Maang tikka, also known as Nethi Chutti is an integral part of any South Indian bridal look. It is beacuse it adds to the charm and grace of a bride. And it is embedded with different kinds of precious stones like rubies, diamonds, sapphires or clusters of pearls. So, it is placed at the center of the bride’s forehead. And although there are various styles available. But a traditional Nethi Chutti in temple jewelry design looks resplendent and divine on a South Indian bride.

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8. Wedding Temple Jewellery Nath

If you are looking for something that puts out a statement, this bridal Nath is perfect. These bridal nose rings are heavy and exquisite. It will go really well with all wedding lehengas, particularly if you are going for a red one. This bridal Nath is for all the brides who are looking for just a simple hoop Nath for their wedding. it simple and minimalistic yet elegant. Additionally, it will gather more attention on your bridal makeup.

 
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9. Temple Jewellery Necklace

Wearing this magnificent piece of the necklace will definitely make you feel like a million bucks.  Wedding temple jewellery necklaces add grace and elegance to your bridal look. Moreover, make you look and feel like a true queen.  Wear this piece of necklace holding a great history behind it. Create a buzz at your wedding by wearing this delicate yet gorgeous wedding temple jewelry!

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10. Temple Jhumka Earrings

There are a lot of Indian jewellery options available but the one I find most unique & exquisite are Indian earrings jhumka. The word ‘Jhumki’ refers to the traditional bell-shaped earring design of India. The design has hanging decorative elements. The distinctive ‘jingle’ of these hanging elements attracts people the most.  

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11. Bahubali Temple Jewellery Earrings

Single or multiple strings attached to oversized earrings are the highlight of this jewellery. Chandbali, jhumki, teardrop, passa shaped earrings, and huge studs with danglers are some of the antique designs featured as bahubali earrings after attaching strings to the same. These chains double up as hair accessories since they pin on to the side or back of the head. Metals like Gold, silver, copper and alloys create these beauties.

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12. Wedding Temple Jewellery Chandelier

They used to hang from ceilings. Now they’re swinging from our ears. Chandelier earrings so much in vogue, add flirtatious sparkle, and work well with everything from distressed jeans to debs dresses, from boho looks to dressier, bridal styles.  As they mirror the movement of the head catching the light, some argue that they are the most seductive form of jewelry.

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Suryanshi Bothra

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