Jewellery trends

The Precious Bond of Love and Trust

Raksha Bandhan is a day to celebrate the bond of love and trust shared between and brother and a sister. The tying of Rakhis and the exchange of gifts is symbolic of this special bond.

Amrapali gold plated silver Rakhi cum pendants
Amrapali gold plated silver Rakhi cum pendants

Haven’t we all demanded bigger better gifts from our brothers once or twice? So, why not tie them something much more than a Rakhi this year. To make this bond truly precious, jewellers across India have come up with special ideas and versions of the Rakhis.

The fine jewellery brand DiaColor presents an exquisite range of urban rakhi bands in various colours, made in silicon and encrusted with a diamond. These brightly coloured Rakhi bands start from just INR 5,000 onwards.

Forevermark, the diamond jewellery brand from the De Beers group of companies, have launched their Forevermark diamond studded Alphabet wrist bands. So, whether its Abeer, Akshar or Mohit… just pick the one with their initials and you have a Rakhi specially for them which they can wear forever.

Those looking for traditional Rakhis, with a pretty motif of top and a silk thread to tie, Amrapali has a perfect solution for them. Crystal studded, crafted in gold plated silver and attached to soft silk threads, these Rakhis can be worn as pendants later on. Affordable and long lasting, these Rakhis start at INR 1,300 onwards.

The market also offers a variety of gifting options for the sisters. Delicate bracelets studded with multi coloured gemstones by Mirari, detachable ear studs by Entice and Forevermark classic ear studs and pendants are just a few to name.

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