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Similar with the other known Indian adored jewellery, Mangalsutra is also apart of every wedding ceremony in every Indians. It is always considered that tying the Mangalsutra to the bride is one of the divine parts in Hindu weddings.

Basically, Mangalsutra is a great combination of black and gold necklace paired with a gold or diamond pendant. Mangalsutra carries intense significance in Hindu weddings as well as in the daily basis of the married women. During the ceremony, the groom will tie the Mangalsutra around the bride’s neck, it is to represent the groom’s undying love for the bride. Mangalsutra is worn by the married women after the groom tied it to her and forever.

Mangalsutra came from the Indian root words, ‘mangal’ which translates into promising or auspicious and definitely ‘sutra’ which only means a thread or cord.

Mangalsutra is more than a jewellery, it looks just like a piece of accessory for some of us but the worth of it is definitely higher than that.

The idea of is thought to have located in South India, where the Mangalsutra is more familiarized with the name thali or thaaly or maangalyam. A yellow hued cord designed with turmeric paste and is tied around the bride’s neck with three knots. It is worn as a representation of marital majesty and chastity. It is almost similar to the traditional and ceremonious tying of the knot where the groom and bride must wear their wedding ring. Mangalsutra is a vow from a husband to his wife that they will always stay with each other, for better or worse.

Despite the fact that before it was just used for ceremonious Indian weddings, now it is also being used as a fashionable and stylish statement. Women nowadays prefers Mangalsutra with exclusive style and they are ready to strut with a dangling piece of the ever fantastic Mangalsutra.