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New Gold Maang Tikka Designs For Indian Bride – Set My Wed

Tamanna

Fri Jul 1

Women love jewelry and find it more beautiful than any other stuff in this world. There are several varieties of jewelry like rings, earrings, and necklaces. But there is a piece of jewelry that is often underrated. Yeas we are talking about mang Tikka. Mang Tikka is essential jewelry for any married woman or bride because it completes their solah shringar. Solah Shringar is perfectly depicted in the pictures of a goddess or for a more clear picture just look at the bride. This age-old jewelry is in our tradition for a very long time.

New Gold Maang Tikka Designs

new gold maang tikka designs

A maang tikka is a hair accessory that has a chain with a hook and a pendant attached to it. It falls in the center of the forehead and creates a beautiful look. The pendant of maang tikka comes in different shapes, sizes, gemstones, materials,  and designs.  It gives a very royal vibe when worn with a traditional outfit. We can generally see the brides wearing mang Tikka on their wedding day. The maang tikka is studded with either diamonds or pearls.

 

A Maang Tikka with a thick chain and circular pendant covers less area of your forehead and accentuates other features of your forehead. 

new gold maang tikka designs

Minimalistic mang Tikkas are perfect for that bride who wants to keep it simple and elegant too. These simple and elegant designs of maang tikka definitely make you stand out in the crowd. 

new gold maang tikka designs

These south Indian pure gold mang tika designs will definitely drop everyone’s jaws. The carving of the goddess Lakshmi on it makes this mang tikka looks very beautiful and antique too. This south Indian Maang Tikka gold jewelry enchants with spiritually charged peacocks and goddess Lakshmi motifs.

 

Maang tikkas are called Borland or rakhdi in Rajasthan which is the most famous maang tikkas in India. It looks like a ‘bell’. It gives a pure royal look to women. You can definitely choose this style of Maang Tikka if you want to carry a Rajputi or Rajasthani look.

marriage pure gold maang tikka designs

 

This mang Tikka has an eclectic assembly of patterns and textures amped with carefully chosen rich ritualistic colors. You can definitely choose this for your wedding day.

marriage pure gold maang tikka designs

new gold maang tikka designs

Our love for experimental brides is infinite. We are all eyes on these gorgeous Sikh brides who ditched adorning their heads with a passa and instead picked an OTT maang tikka design to complete their bridal look.

Marriage pure gold maang tikka designs

Also known as a jhumar or a side tikka, the Mughal era originated passes are almost every kinda bride’s favorite. While on their wedding jewelry shopping spree, brides are going gaga over passas along with major jewelry pieces like earrings, naths, neckpieces, choodas & kaleeras. With so many designs & styles available in kundan, polki, pearl, gold & diamonds, passas have made it to every style book as a statement jewelry piece, and rightly so!

new gold maang tikka designs

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Maang Tikka is not just a hairstyle, it is a makeover. There are different types of Maang Tikka and they are: * Maang Tikka with Long Plait: You can either separate the long plait on top, or leave the plait open in front, as shown in the pictures above. * Maang Tikka with Bangs: This Maang Tikka is really simple to do. Just take a sharp part on either side and then pin the hair for Maang Tikka as you normally do. * Maang Tikka with Bangs and French Braid: This maang tikka really looks gorgeous if you have long fine hair. Just separate your hair on the side, do a French braid on either side and pin them for Maang Tikka.
It is called "choti" of 'tikka'. The story behind this name is that a sardar ji gave this name to it because he lost his balance and fell down with tikka crashing on his temple. Sardar ji was a jolly man and used to love to laugh and make people laugh too. He was given a very important position in government. He had to travel between Delhi and Mumbai a lot. This traveling was tiring but Sardar ji never complained. People started to respect and like him. On one occasion when Sardar ji was traveling, he was very tired and took a nap but woke up to realize that the train had left the station. So he had to run along the railway track to catch up with the train. After a while he caught up with the train. He was sweating and tired. But he had an important meeting to attend. So he decided to freshen up by combing his hair and removing the tikka from his forehead. He took out his tikka from its case and placed it on the ventilator. He tried to fix the tikka in his hair with his hands. He was so tired and was drowsy that he was unable to balance himself on the ventilator. He lost his balance and fell down on his tikka. The tikka crashed on his temple and the blood started to flow.
Maang Tikka is also known as Haldi Ka Tikka . It is a North Indian delicacy that is served as a topping on Bhindi Do Pyaza and for eating with chapati or paratha. The word maang means "turmeric" or "haldi" in Hindi, but it is made with the combination of 'turmeric', 'saffron' and 'red chili powder. This dish tastes really good. It can be made in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian way.

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