Don’t miss the twinkle of her eyes as she flaunts the trendy Chandbali’s crafted by Geet Jewels. A beautiful synthesis of Polkis and diamonds has always been the fashion statement. Geet Jewels knows well about the amalgamation of tradition and style.
They were the rage after being worn by Deepika Padukone in the movie Ram Leela. It’s not a new addition in the kind of Indian jewellery that, we, Indian women have been lucky to sport. They have origins from the Mughal or Nizami times. It’s so named from the crescent shape of the moon. Yet another example of how inspiration of nature is always so divine.
The Chand Bali is traditional Indian jewellery worn by the princesses of ancient India and thus, is rich in colour and design. Although the earlier versions were in, as imagined, gold and silver, today, ornament manufacturers have made this successfully in different alloys. The newer versions are more modern, yet traditional and thus, highly fashionable. They have kept the basic design the same– “chand bali” in the shape of a moon. Chand here, refers to Moon and Bali, is usually a dangler, which is round. Keeping the base design same, the manufacturers of new age-earnings have given it a modern twist, making them incredible to look at and at the same time, lighter in weight and available in good, better and best costs.