The big day has arrived. Once a toddler has now become a man and is about to write his first chapter in the new book of his life. You cannot be more than happy for your son.
With teary eyes and unconditional love, you are giving countless blessings to your son and his lovely wife. Keep one thing in mind, being a mother-in-law is a tough job. Obviously, you want to make the arrival of your lovely daughter-in-law memorable. So, how about pampering her with beautiful and heart touching jewelry.
Beginning in Rajasthan, Kundan adornments can make any lady of the hour feel like sovereignty, and it is extraordinary of India's rich legacy. There are valuable stones engraved with unadulterated gold in each piece. The enameling is done on the back, while the Kundan is set in the front. It is created by setting precious stones and gemstones into painstakingly molded and planned unadulterated gold base.
This adornment method was created by Rajasthani and Lahori craftsmen. Established during the residency of Raja Mansingh of Amer, Meenakari gems pieces are still every lady of the hour's top pick. Normally meenakari gems are brimming with brilliant peacock hues. There are additionally numerous Kundan pieces that have meenakari on the opposite side. Along these lines, you can re-utilize similar gems set on another event, and nobody would know. Pampering your daughter-in-law with a meenakari jewelry is the warmest way to welcome her.
Temple jewelry, which started back in the ninth century, it still well-known among ladies. If your daughter-in-law is someone who prefers an insignificant look and would prefer not to be wearing gold, start to finish, you could skip a full-decked set, and rather, get a pendant, Kamar bandh or wrist trinkets for her.