Temple jewellery was originally only reserved for statues of deities in South Indian temples, donated by pilgrims and devotees. From there, temple dancers started to wear it. From them to now—temple jewellery has captured the imagination of connoisseurs beyond the pious as well. What makes this centuries-old style relevant in millennial times? It's the ageless charm, the versatility and the sheer beauty. We've gone utterly traditional with these jhumkis that are accentuated with our signature ghungroo accents. Honour its heritage and wear it with a Kanjeevaram sari and gajra in your hair. Compliments are guaranteed.
Product code S15656394A on www.mymotifs.com. Call us on +91 9619325732 to order this.
Started out to make some new postcards. I had just six acrylic colours and decided to use them in the best way possible. Spent all morning making this one only to realise that I might have misspelt it 😧🤔😐 .