akshaya tritiya: kollywood celebs on their favourite piece of jewellery - times of india - gold necklace and earring set
Today, on Akshaya Tritiya day, Kollywood and telly cele tell us about their favorite jewelry and why it works best for them
The first piece of jewelry I wore was a golden mambazham (mango)neckpiece set.
My mother gave it to me when I was a child, and I remember I was wearing it with all my pavadai --
Sattais with family function.
This is a very small work, but it is very cute.
I haven't worn it recently, but I will never change it to an updated design because it reminds me of my childhood. —
Janani Iyer is a special type of jewelry and only my community wearsI is from the Badagas community and we have an earring in a unique shape worn by our grandmother.
It's huge and I don't think you get this design anywhere else.
It is passed down from generation to generation.
We don't sell either.
It has a lot of value, especially when you know that only your community is wearing it.
It also has emotional connections.
I like this design. . .
I can't wait to show it off when I'm old. —
Vani Bhojan I'm glad I can put on some of the antiques I 've collected. I have a few necklaces and those decorations decorated with green stones, rubies, gold, etc, and I like to wear them occasionally.
The beauty of these jewels is that they are so real and inherited from previous generations.
The jewelry I got from my aunt looks very brandnew even today.
I'm glad I can put on some of my collection of antiques instead of going to the jewelry store to buy them. —
Parvatii NairI has an elegant and modern collection, and we have the tradition of passing on elegant jewellery collections to the younger generation.
Gold necklaces, floral earrings, and more.
My sister, my mother has some. in-
There are a few laws, and all the women in our family have one set inherited from their grandmothers.
She probably got it from her house. laws.
These designs are very elegant and modern and you can wear Western and Indian clothes even today. —
Rahi hanner bracelets and necklaces are the most emotionally valuable for May, who used to buy jewelry a lot, but after a while I realized I didn't wear that much.
I'm not the one who changes earrings or bracelets a lot.
So, I decided now that I would rather buy something that I use a lot.
The most emotional thing for me is the love bracelet and the alhambra necklace I wear every day. —
Priya AnandIt is a necklace with red and green stones and I don't like jewelry.
But my mother had a gold necklace with red and green stones, which her great-grandmother gave her.
She cherishes it so much that she likes it more than any other diamond jewelry she has.
I began to like jewelry myself because there was a history behind it.
I have worn it several times.
This dress is fashionable. . .
Imagine it's been two generations.
Choker is in there right now, but the jewelry will always stand out.
I am sure that as it is very close to our family, I will pass it on to the next generation. —