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Re: Jewellery of India – Buy the best Deals and Offers Online

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On Wednesday, August 19, 2009 at 5:31:28 PM UTC+5:30, shopping...@gmail.com wrote:
Jewellery in India has a different place. Ask an Indian Lady and she
will tell you what it means for her. It's not just a piece of
exhibition; it's a thing to preserve. Rings, Necklaces, diamonds,
pendants, bracelets, earrings, pearls – all of them are the true
hearts of an Indian Lady.

When an Indian Girl is married, what catches the eyes of guests is the
Jewellery of the bride. It is the charm she possesses. It has been
like this from ages. Much of the work done in lines of Indian
Jewellery has been from the Mughal Era. Quaint and placid, jewelery
making is an art much appreciated in the Mughal time. Much emphasis
was given on Kundankari during the Mughal rule. Then came meenakari –
where precious stones are embedded in gold which can still be found in
various parts of India. Mughals also gave a lot of importance to Jadau
Jewelery, where gold pieces are joined together to make unique
jewelery. IF you want to purchase gold and diamond jewellery please
visit - http://www.homeshop18.com/shop/u/y/c-Jewellery-Q-and-Q-Watches-S-Diamond-Q-Jewellery/Home_Online-clI_2-cI_785-pCI_773-

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