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Traditional Temple Jewellery Designs | South Indian Jewels

Updated: May 8, 2023

Temple jewellery Designs have been around for a long time. We can easily consider them as heritage jewellery. The surreal craftsmanship and intricate designs of traditional south Indian temple jewellery designs are one of a kind. With the increase in demand of historic and mythical movie genre, age old jewellery designs got added to the vogue list.


Temple Jewellery in movie Mookuthi Amman

Actress Nayantara wore stunning south Indian jewellery in Mookuthi Amman - Tamil movie. In the movie, she acts as Goddess Mookuthi Amman. The jewellery designs used by her in the movie come under traditional temple jewellery designs. We get to see a wide range of traditional necklaces, earrings and nose pins in this film.



The three layer temple necklace with round pendant and statement nose pin shines on Nayantara as Mookuthi Amman.

The pearl embellished mango nakshi necklace,ruby studded jhumkas and the nose pins blended with the grandeur of Kanchipuram silk saree gives out a real goddess vibe.




The beauty of kemp or ruby stones. The Kemp stone studded long and short necklace combo with layered kemp jhumkas and kemp bangles.

The effervescent goddess Mookuthi Amman in traditional temple jewellery of south India. The necklaces, bangles, jhumkas and complete attire is regal.


Check out similar artificial traditional temple jewellery designs you can buy online from various sellers here from Amazon at affordable rates.

Temple jewellery comes in a myriad of designs and authentic temple jewellery designs are hard to find at affordable rates.



Is temple jewellery pure gold?

Initially temple jewellery was only made in pure gold and original gem stones. With time, the jewels came out of temple and reached normal house holds. To make it affordable now temple jewellery is made in silver and alloys plated with gold.


Is Temple jewellery in trend?

Temple jewellery sustained its popularity through ages, still there are almost no weddings in South India without a temple jewellery. They keep capturing hearts of Indian women.



You may also like to read traditional kasumalas, or Best of Nakshi designs

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