Inspiration Behind Temple Jewellery
Ever wondered what could have been an inspiration behind the temple jewellery or what must have been in the mind of an artist who carved a simple gold piece into something so divinely artistic?
Is it that the God likes to wear gold or is it for us to transcend from the form to the formless?
Lend an Ear to : Submerging Indian Craftsmen
In today’s world of acute competition and where technology is cloaking human lifestyle, ancient art is the only brace to feel raw in your daily life. Internationally people have accepted Indian art and handicraft products as a viable part of their daily life and they have improvised. In an era of machines, plastic and artificial materials, just getting back to a more natural and organic state can be refreshing. Old traditional products have been transformed into innovative products using modern techniques. It depicts creativity at its mere best. Handicraft Industry being the second largest market in India after agriculture, Madhurya ensures that true respect should be given to these art form and the artist.
What is Temple Jewellery & It's Beauty
The age old designs of temple jewellery has seen the revival since last one decade. The style of temple jewellery has also got the touch of contemporary art, which reflects the royal and richness of these ornaments.
The collection of necklaces with intricate carving of Gods & Goddesses, rudraksh patterns, heavily worked pendants , the temple earrings with unique jhumka, dangle designs, the complex handcrafted bangles makes the temple jewellery stand out among the other set of ornaments.
A small video of what is temple jewellery art form is and beauty that lies in it, will definitely make you consider one while you are planning to buy yourself the jewellery next time.
A Glimpse About Paithani Sarees
Paithani weaving technique has been popular for it’s unique art and tradition and is the carrier of a legacy for over 2000 years; born in Paithan , grew under the patronage of the Satvahana dynasty kings. Later it progressed throughout the Deccan region. The special love of the Peshwas for Paithani in 18th century has bestowed upon Paithanis the name of ‘Queen of sarees’. They became so popular during that era that it became a trademark of honour and tradition for every Maharashtrian woman to own at least one Paithani saree. Since then it is coveted in India as a precious heirloom passed on from generation to generation.
Temple Jewellery - The Age Old Indian Traditional Art.
Temple Jewellery is one of the three forms of Indian Jewellery- Temple Jewellery, Spiritual Jewellery and Bridal Jewellery. It is still considered a strong insignia of India traditions. Originally, Temple Jewellery hails from south India where it used to adorn the idols of God’s and Goddesses in temples but later on, dancers started wearing it and passed it onto the local women who started wearing them on special occasions. Thus, the original of Temple Jewellery is quite literally from temples.