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Ethnic Latest Taditional Shishfool Rajputi Mathapatti Kundan Pearl For Women

₹ 1,630.00 ₹ 650.00

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  • A mathapatti is a piece of traditional Indian head ornament used by women.
  • It is an ornamental piece worn right above the brows.
  • They are worn as a symbol of a woman's marital status and are frequently offered as a gift by her husband.
  • Mathapattis are a traditional Indian bridal garment that is frequently worn at weddings and other special occasions.
  • Mathapattis, also known as "maang tikka" in Rajasthani culture, are generally worn with a sari or lehenga choli.
  • A mathapatti is a traditional Rajasthani head decoration worn by ladies. It is a piece of ornate jewellery worn on the forehead, right above the brows. Mathapattis are usually crafted of gold or silver and embellished with gemstones and elaborate motifs. They are frequently worn in pairs, with one mathapatti on either side of the brow. Mathapattis are a symbol of a lady's married status in Rajasthani tradition, and are often given to a woman as a gift by her husband. They are frequently worn at weddings and other special occasions, and are a key aspect of Rajasthani bridal costume. A mathapatti, also known as a maang tikka in Rajasthan and Gujarat, is a traditional Indian headpiece worn by ladies. It is a piece of brow jewellery that made up of a chain with a pendant that hangs down the centre of the brow. Mathapattis are normally made of gold or silver and adorned with jewels such as diamonds or pearls. They are usually worn during weddings and other big occasions, and are seen as a symbol of a woman's marital status in Indian culture. In Rajasthani and Gujarati culture, the mathapatti is an important element of a lady's bridal dress. A mathapatti is a piece of traditional Indian head ornament used by women. It is an ornamental piece worn right above the brows. Mathapattis are usually formed of gold or silver and embellished with gemstones and exquisite motifs. They are worn as a symbol of a woman's marital status and are frequently offered as a gift by her husband. Mathapattis are a traditional Indian bridal garment that is frequently worn at weddings and other special occasions. Mathapattis, also known as "maang tikka" in Rajasthani culture, are generally worn with a sari or lehenga choli.
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Ethnic Latest Taditional Shishfool Rajputi Mathapatti Kundan Pearl For Women

₹ 1,630.00 ₹ 650.00