Brilliant and Pious Mangalsutra
Mangalsutra has been a part of Hindu marriage tradition since years and it still continues to be one. It symbolizes marriage; more specifically a married woman. Mangalsutras
have been considered holy chains which are usually stone studded and are worn by women around their necks. They are not exactly like necklaces
. They are single lined and black beaded chains attached to a designed symbol which is formed by stones.
It appears the mangalsutra
evolved more as a popular practice than as a scriptural observance. The mangalsutra is considered a talisman to ward off the evil eye. The black colour of the beads is said to absorb all negative vibrations before they can reach the bride and her family. The stringing together of the beads into one thread has its significance as well. Just as each bead contributes to making a beautiful necklace, so does the woman have to blend and integrate into the new family after marriage.
It is worn for the first time by women on their wedding day as it's gifted by the groom to the bride as a symbol of love and togetherness. With all these points we realize the importance of this type of necklace
hence our team at Dianoor
has come far enough to design the most precious mangalsutras
of all time; Something which takes you back to your big day and stays with you as a souvenir of your happy marriage. With ravishing designs and beautiful patterns, let mangalsutra from Dianoor be your thing of attraction.
With changing times and varying needs of women, especially in the metropolis, who are no longer stay-home wives, the concept of wearing a mangalsutra
has changed visibly. Now, it is more of a fashion than a symbol of marriage. Rarely does a working woman wear a mangalsutra over her trendy business suits. Also, there is a dramatic change in the style and make of the mangalsutra these days. Previously, women wore heavy and elaborate gold mangalsutras
, but now, the trend is to wear short, sleek and single string ones with small designer diamond pendants
. However, the black beads remain to ward off the evil and uphold the sanctity of the institution of marriage.