Friday, January 15, 2021

Rani Haar

Rani Haar   

Rani means a queen and haar means a necklace in the Hindi language. Naturally, this deciphers its value and importance in a woman's life. This extraordinary piece of jewellery is also known as Sita haar or Haram. The design of the rani haar is elongated and heavier than the usual necklaces, which usually weighs between 40 to 50 grams. The more customary design of this haar would have a long gold chain with an absolutely big and beautiful pendant.

The category of Haram in Rani haar is that of an exclusive one since this is embellished with jewels and precious stones to give the necklace a look so fitting for a royal woman. One of the popular designs in rani haars that's picking on as a trend is the one which has multiple pearls-beaded strings attached to a chunky pendant with intricate designs. Pearls have a special place in the designs of rani haars since these look subtle but at the same time very positively pure! Precious and semi-precious stones such as diamonds, rubies, emerald, sapphire, Kundan, and many other similar varieties of stones are also used to add to the exquisiteness of the rani haar.

Since rani haars are expensive, a lot of imitation versions are ruling the market. Apparently, gold-plated rani haars look very graceful and have been the first choice of many brides, especially a trend seen in Maharashtra. These gold-plated rani haars look very traditional, stunning and also are quite budget-friendly for many. These imitation haars come in a complete set which comprises earrings, maang tikka, and one rani haar. Since the set includes major essential jewellery pieces that a bride needs, it does seem quite a great option for a lot of women.






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