Mangalsutra,a very integral part of the Indian weddings, particularly Hindu marriages, Mangalsutra is a jewelry that symbolizes a married woman. Tying of the Mangalsutra by the groom is the most important ritual in a marriage and is known as "Mangalya Dharanam". It symbolizes an unbroken bond of understanding, love and sacrifices in their life as husband and wife. The Mangal Sutra is never taken off by the woman after marriage until the death of the husband.

Mangalsutra is basically made up of two words - Mangal which means sacred and Sutra which means a thread/cord. The Mangalsutra is known by different names in different regions of India. In south of India, it is known as Thaali, Maangalyam, etc. It is essentially a thick yellow thread in which gold "Mangalya" is strung. In some castes in south India, three knots are tied to secure the Mangal sutra during the marriage.It is considered that the concept of tying the Mangalsutra originated in the south and then was followed in the north as well. In the north the Mangalsutra is made of a thread in which small black beads are strung along with the "Mangalya". The black beads are supposed to protect the newly weds from evil and unfavorable influences.Though the styles and patterns may differ from region to region, the significance of the Mangalsutra remains the same.We have given our Gold Plated Hand Made Copper mangalsutras a very contemporary twist with chic, original designs that perfectly combine traditional and modern.

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