For­get baroque. Tem­ple in­spired jewellery show­cas­ing In­dia’s rich cul­tural her­itage is what fashion for­ward brides are wear­ing this sea­son.

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For In­dian women, jewellery is not just a beau­ti­ful ac­ces­sory. A pair of ban­gles or a neck­lace passed on from one gen­er­a­tion is a stun­ning re­minder of a fam­ily’s his­tory and cul­ture and is also a re­cep­ta­cle of count­less in­valu­able mem­o­ries. Some pieces also hold re­li­gious value. In South In­dia, idols in the tem­ples were adorned with spe­cially cu­rated gold jewellery. Dancers who per­formed devo­tional acts at the tem­ple wore im­i­ta­tions of such jewellery. Bharatanatyam or Kuchipudi dancers of­ten wear tem­ple jewellery. The style has made its way to the fashion world. Be it chunky neck­laces with gods and god­desses fig­ures or mo­tifs in­spired by tem­ple ar­chi­tec­ture, it is a big trend to­day. Fashion for­ward brides also love to flaunt their spir­i­tual side with tem­ple in­spired jewellery pieces that add an ethe­real touch to their trousseau. Here’s some in­spi­ra­tion to help you style tem­ple in­spired jewellery.

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