Indian Nose Jewelry
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Nose rings have a long tradition dating back to the 16th century. Traditionally Indian women have made a style statement by wearing Indian nose jewellery. Although nose rings are worn extensively by rock stars and silver screen icons, especially in the western countries, their origin can be traced in the eastern world, to countries like India and its neighbors.
Indian nose ring jewellery wearing has been a practice among the Mughal women, who wore them to enhance their beauty. This practice, started by Mughal women has stayed with contemporary Indian women in the form of Indian nath jewellery. These “naths” are worn on the left nostril in the form of Indian nose piercing jewellery in order to help their reproduction and make child bearing easier. Indian jewellery nose rings form an integral part of a bride’s costume on her marriage day. Indian girls have been getting their noses pierced at the ripe age of 16 to fulfil their fetish for wearing Indian nose jewellery.
In traditional Maharashtrian culture, Indian nose ring jewellery is considered as sacred as the mangalsutra, the necklace or thread worn by married Indian women. Some women also wear Indian nose chain jewellery on the bridge of the nose. These chains support the heavy gold or silver nose rings worn by affluent women. The not so affluent women go for the artificial studs or rings that do not burn a hole in their pockets. It is astounding to see
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