Fashion & Beauty

Auspicious Lakshmi Haaram Designs For Diwali

By TGB Desk / On October 17th, 2016

Here at The Gorgeous Bride, we are always on the look out for topics that are not just wedding related but also relevant. So when we received a bunch of pictures today morning we instantly knew what our next blog is going to be about – Long haarams with Lakshmi Pendant. What better time than now to write about it with Diwali just round the corner!! God bless our vendors who make our job easy by sending in lovely pics from time to time!!!

Temple jewellery has always held the fascination of women from South India from time immemorial. Temple jewellery is usually associated with the dancers who practice dance forms such as Bharatnatyam or Kuchipudi. But slowly over the years the South Indian brides have made it a part of bridal attire as it gives the wearer a classy and traditional appearance. One of the popular motifs of the temple jewellery is Goddess Lakshmi who is depicted as seated in Padmasana on a lotus flower. This is popular with the women as Lakshmi motif is representative of beauty, prosperity, good luck and abundance. In addition, it is considered auspicious and is believed to bring good fortune to the wearer.

We have put together a list of haarams and necklaces with Lakshmi design as a reference for new brides who are planning to go on jewellery shopping for Diwali….


A Lakshmi kasu necklace with Mahalakshmi pendant

Popular gutta pusalu necklace with a Mahalakshmi pendant

A beautiful Lakshmi pendant necklace

Another beauty with Lakshmi motif in a hexagonal shaped pendant

A simple necklace with pearls and Lakshmi pendant

Long Haarams (Haar)

Lakshmi kaasu maala with each kasu (coin) being embossed with the image of Goddess Maha Lakshmi and encrusted with precious gem stones

A long gold haaram with Goddess Lakshmi pendant

A pearl haaram with two Lakshmi pendants on either side; Isn’t it gorgeous?!

A beautiful long haaram with Goddess Gaja Lakshmi (Lakshmi on a lotus flanked by two elephants showering her with water) and Goddess Lakshmi pendants; Goddess Gajalakshmi motif is considered very auspicious as per Hindu (as well as Jain) mythology

Traditional Lakshmi kasu haaram with a beautiful Lakshmi pendant

A long haaram with Lakshmi Pendant

So tell us which design you loved the most 🙂

Have a wonderful week ahead!

Stay Happy!!

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