This colourful, rustic look by Sabyasachi Mukerjee for aza bride.Very seductive, sensual pictures by Prabuddha Dasgupta for a feature on Traditional Indian Jewellery. Here are some of them...
oh! indian vogue! thanks for sharing these images... they are beautiful.
now if only I had a beautiful hand then I would definitely get it for meself.
UuuuuUuuuuu...tempting..tempting!We have stores here selling Indian jewelry such as those....I just roll everything in my hands and try and try and try it on...Unfortunately they cost really really a lot...something I'd have to save up for...sigh...
Omg that the last pic is beautiful....i want i want i want
Gosh, such beautiful pictures! Just chanced upon your gem of a blog by a happy accident and now I'm in love! You have such a wonderful eye for beauty and sense of...sensuality...lol! Such mouthwatering colours, gorgeous design and details, and just total loveliness in both the obvious and also the most unexpected things. Please keep those yummy images rolling in (I love the ones of ethnic Indian fashions, jewellery, decor and also flowers/nature the most...but all are equally great!)...and also many thanks for sharing these pics and your interesting and delightful lil thoughts with us. PS: Have you heard of a book called 'A Naural History of the Senses' by Diane Ackerman? I think you'd like it :)
again - you delight the senses! I have a question, I know about brides having intricate henna designs on their hands, but could you explain the significance of the finger tips dipped in color?A curious woman from BostonChristine
deborah- Thanks:-)zobars-Come on...I feel each person's hand has it's own individual beauty:-)lady luxie- :-) Thanks:-) Same here...One day I shall pick up some gorgeous antique Indian Jewellery...someday:-)Panache- Same pinch:-)n- Thanks for dropping by:-)No I haven't read the book you've suggested...will try and read it sometime.christine-Thanks for dropping byThe red colour that is appied in the hands of brides from some parts of India especially West Bengal is called 'Alta' has a similar significance and red is an auspicious colour for the brides:-)
These pictures are amazingly beautiful! And the jewelry is stunning! Woaw!
Prabuddha can make anything look sexy- and this is supersexy Indian jewellery- its a win-win combination :)
I just discovered your blog....Thanks for the beautiful images! Brings me back to when I visited India... and then some
my heart just went pitter patter for the anklet:)
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