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5 Amazing Must Haves from South Indian Jewellery from Tarinika

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A striking piece of jewelry can make or break your entire look. From making you look gracious and delicate to presenting a bold, confident version of yourself out there, how you accessorize your outfit, can spell it out for you.

With many jewel options out there, it is easy to get overwhelmed by what to wear and what to ditch. It would not be untrue if we told you that often jewelry and styling them along with your outfit is not given much thought.

Jewelry is an underrated part of our everyday lives. Apart from the regular earrings, necklaces, and finger rings, we can also use armlets and kamarbands to style our look. With everyone leaning towards online shopping more than physical store visits, finding bridal jewelry sets and kamarband online is as tricky as finding statement pieces to wear along with your outfit.

At the House of Tarinika, we have you sorted. Be it any occasion or event or if you are just feeling a little pulled for retail therapy, we have an assortment of jewels that you can choose from and be super pumped about it.

The South Indian jewelry designs that we house are some of the bests they are. And now, we have picked out five of our South Indian favorites that we think are an absolute must-have in your collection.

The Elegance of Pearls

There is nothing more spectacular and timeless than pearls. The versatility of a pearl jewel is such that it can be worn with any kind of outfit and on any occasion. Our favorite kind though is a string of pearls worn around the neck embellished with a ruby red stone like the Anna Nakshatra CZ Pearl Choker Set. The elegant setting of stones around the ruby adds a sheen to the choker style necklace and the minimal stone earrings make the perfect add-on accessory.

Poetry in stones

We are all for a finger ring that makes a statement but is not heavy and glaring on the hands. The Kartiki Delicate CZ Ring from the House of Tarinika is a beautiful embodiment of south Indian roots, with a floral motif surrounded by petal-shaped stones.

Delicate and Timeless

The Uri Delicate CZ Necklace Set by Tarinika is a spectacle, and nothing else describes it better. It is minimalistic and delicate but it is crafted with motifs inspired by South Indian traditions and is a must-have in your jewelry collection. The zigzag weave of the stones, the floral design, and the stone setting are inspired by the stone magma work done by the weavers of South India.

Classic Temple Jewels

A list of the beloved jewels from South India will be incomplete without the mention of Temple Jewelry. Inspired by the marvelous architecture of the hallowed temples of South India, temple jewelry is a must-have in every avid collector's box. The Madhuri Antique Necklace Set is finesse and grandeur spelled out in one necklace set. The necklace features the motifs of Goddess Lakshmi and her beloved peacock symbolizing richness and femininity. The earrings in this set are showstoppers in the true sense of the term, we love the drop danglers in them which will make every head turn.

Floral bands

Wearing bangles and bracelets make for a very important part of South Indian culture. They are a symbol of fertility, grandeur, and good health. Evidently, a list of our favorite south-Indian inspired jewels is incomplete without them. The Prema Antique Bangles with the Ambi mango motifs and the flowers accompanying them are the perfect combination of smart and traditional. Tarinika offers you a choice between the classic gold bangles or ones in antique silver finish, we are fans of the symphony in silver, perfect for everyday wear.

Looking for more? At the House of Tarinika, we have abundant designs for you to choose from. Stay updated about more of our collections as we are constantly bringing you new designs.

Which Jewel from the list is your favorite? We'd love to know in the comments. You can also DM us on Instagram @shoptarinika or message us on Facebook. Want to make it a part of a custom set? Sure! Reach out to us at and we'll be happy to make possible modifications at no extra cost.

  • Blog by: Avik Sadhukhan