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Payal, or anklets, have been worn by Indian girls and women for centuries. The traditional jewellery is worn around both the ankles and was once a regular accessory worn throughout their life by little girls and elder women. Also called Pajeb or Paizeb, these consisted of a chain made of pure gold, silver or bronze with adornments of beads, bells or pearls in various colours. Mohey brings tradition garbed in fashion, beautiful collection of delicate anklets to grace your feet. read more >

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Payal, or anklets, have been worn by Indian girls and women for centuries. The traditional jewellery is worn around both the ankles and was once a regular accessory worn throughout their life by little girls and elder women. Also called Pajeb or Paizeb, these consisted of a chain made of pure gold, silver or bronze with adornments of beads, bells or pearls in various colours. Mohey brings tradition garbed in fashion, beautiful collection of delicate anklets to grace your feet.

Payal, or anklets, have been worn by Indian girls and women for centuries. The traditional jewellery is worn around both the ankles and was once a regular accessory worn throughout their life by little girls and elder women. Also called Pajeb or Paizeb, these consisted of a chain made of pure gold, silver or bronze with adornments of beads, bells or pearls in various colours. Mohey brings tradition garbed in fashion, beautiful collection of delicate anklets to grace your feet.

The evidence of Payal has been found in Egypt in their art and caves and in South India in their paintings and scriptures. Since pre-dynastic times, Payal was a daily wear ornament for women until they were worn only in ceremonial functions and marriages.

In India, women adorn the payal with traditional wear as an accessory that enhances the beauty and ethnicity of their outfit. A charismatic piece of jewellery that pleasantly clinks when one walks, it is the music to the soul of Indian ethnic wear, a cherished tradition ringing the heart of gold.

Payal, or anklets, have been worn by Indian girls and women for centuries. The traditional jewellery is worn around both the ankles and was once a regular accessory worn throughout their life by little girls and elder women. Also called Pajeb or Paizeb, these consisted of a chain made of pure gold, silver or bronze with adornments of beads, bells or pearls in various colours. Mohey brings tradition garbed in fashion, beautiful collection of delicate anklets to grace your feet.

The evidence of Payal has been found in Egypt in their art and caves and in South India in their paintings and scriptures. Since pre-dynastic times, Payal was a daily wear ornament for women until they were worn only in ceremonial functions and marriages.

In India, women adorn the payal with traditional wear as an accessory that enhances the beauty and ethnicity of their outfit. A charismatic piece of jewellery that pleasantly clinks when one walks, it is the music to the soul of Indian ethnic wear, a cherished tradition ringing the heart of gold.

Payal, or anklets, have been worn by Indian girls and women for centuries. The traditional jewellery is worn around both the ankles and was once a regular accessory worn throughout their life by little girls and elder women. Also called Pajeb or Paizeb, these consisted of a chain made of pure gold, silver or bronze with adornments of beads, bells or pearls in various colours. Mohey brings tradition garbed in fashion, beautiful collection of delicate anklets to grace your feet.

The evidence of Payal has been found in Egypt in their art and caves and in South India in their paintings and scriptures. Since pre-dynastic times, Payal was a daily wear ornament for women until they were worn only in ceremonial functions and marriages.

In India, women adorn the payal with traditional wear as an accessory that enhances the beauty and ethnicity of their outfit. A charismatic piece of jewellery that pleasantly clinks when one walks, it is the music to the soul of Indian ethnic wear, a cherished tradition ringing the heart of gold.

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