In an overwhelming Gota Patti weaved Rajputi poshak and similarly rich and substantial Rajputi gems, the Rajasthani bride resembles a princess from the rich regal history of Rajasthan.
The Mughals had a huge impact on the state and no place is it more apparent than in their jewelry. Rajasthan is incredibly famous for its distinctive adornments styles.
This old piece of gems making was imagined in the regal courts of Rajasthan. From that point forward, Jaipur has been the center for Kundan gems. Generally, it was made with gold and one of a kind glass stones called Kundan stones. These days they are made of gold and jewels and different valuable and semi-valuable stones.
Now and again, the reverse side of the adornments is enameled in bright Meenakari structures. This variety is called Kundan Meenakari. Kundan gems have been in the spotlight as far back as it embodied Rajput eminence in the motion picture Jodha Akbar, which showed Aishwarya Rai in heavy Kundan jewelry.
Polki jewelry is made solely with gold and unfaceted or uncut diamonds. Consequently, Polki adornments are commonly more costly than Kundan, albeit both pursue a similar procedure of gems making.
The old craft of, Thewa jewelry is a mix of gold and glass while the brilliant Jaipur Meenakari gems is a combination of gold with various hues and delightful fine art.
The Rajasthani bride in overwhelming Kundan and Polki gems takes after a Rajput princess in all magnificence. She is embellished in flawless adornments from head to toe. The maang tikka is called 'Rakhdi' or 'Borla'.
Rajasthani wedding jewelry styles, especially Kundan and Polki are in vogue and is exceptionally looked for after by ladies from different states too.