Muchmore: Where Jewellery Meets Beauty and Tradition Indian weddings are famous for their lavishness and huge dollops of love, fun, laughter and most importantly, rich culture and tradition. Amidst all the grandeur and hustle-bustle, it is the bride that steals all the attention. Especially the jewellery she wears. Traditional Indian ornaments are astonishingly beautiful and have an aura that mesmerizes the on-lookers. Each Traditional ornament has its own story, ritual, religious and social significance attached to it. Maang Tika is one of the most significant parts of the â€˜solah shringarâ€™, the essential 16 ornaments of the bride, and holds deep cultural importance. For an Indian bride, her jewellery has a special place in her heart as it is a symbol of her wedding day and remains treasured and cherished for the rest of her life, and later passed on to her offspring. This explains why most of the jewellery advertisements are high on emotional quotient and mush. Each piece of the solah shringar denotes a tradition that is revered and sacred. It is believed that the pendant of the maang
tikka lies on the Agya Chakra, the spot on the forehead of the bride symbolizing preservation, which indicates the holy union of male and female.
We at Muchmore, understand the penchant, and honor the desire that Indian women have for their precious jewellery that expresses their customs, traditions and beliefs. Our motto is matching the beauty of our jewellery with equally appealing pricing. You are going to be pleasantly surprised to find out about this breathtakingly gorgeous diamond maang tikka price. It gives us utmost pleasure to see the sheer joy the bride experiences, when our creations sit beautifully on her. And the icing on the cake, is our unmatched affordability. When we make a promise, we deliver. So let yourself indulge in our stunning jewellery knowing fully well that your pockets will not scream for mercy.