Both Kamarbandh and Nose Ring originated in our motherland, India. While Kamarbandh is a stunning piece of jewellery worn around the waist, nose rings are generally attached to the piercing in the cartilage of the nose, a healthy tradition that has trickled down from centuries, a norm for the married women. Nowadays, like every other traditional garment or jewellery, these nose rings and kamarbandhs are trending, a regular feature with Indian ethnic wear scene, a beautiful accessory to traditional wear and jewelleries.
Kamarbandsor waist chains dates back to 4,000 years where sculptures and paintings from Indus Valley Civilization gives evidence of it being a very popular form of jewellery back then. Even in the medieval ages, the Rajasthani women of the upper class or caste wore Patkas or Kamarbandhs as a regular wear.
With Fantastical designs, waist chains are now a fashion accessory, extensively worn with sarees, giving it a special and unique look. Kamarbandhs come in different shapes and sizes generally depicting floral and vines in their intricate designs, delicately and loosely hanging on the waist- it is an angelic piece of beautiful jewellery.
were considered, historically, as a mark of beauty and social standing, worn generally by married women and now contemporarily, by both men and women- married or not. Commonly called as Nath, nose rings bring a subtle charm to the essence of ethnic wear. A favorable accessory, they are an indispensible part of Indian Jewellery when it comes to wearing it with traditional wear.
With a perfect match with the color of you earring, a lahenga or a necklace- nose rings shine with humble glamour, breathing in the stunning essence of being a woman, transforming a simple look into a chic, classy one.Accessories are essential, and without it, traditional wear stands to look incomplete. Mohey thus, brings to you every accessory that complements the ethnic attire, making it look gorgeous, making it look simply, stunning.