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Jewellery has been the most articulate way of conveying beauty of oneself by the women of India since ages. Today's women, be it in Bangalore, Chennai or Mumbai, are looking for Best shopping site for Online Jewellery Shopping in India. Craftsvilla.com has more than 50,000+ Bridal, Fashion, Imitation and Designer Jewellery which you can buy online from anywhere in the world. Craftsvilla.com delivers to more than 100 countries globally. Our Fashion and Imitation Jewellery comes in variety of designs, styles, stone type, material and for various occasions like wedding/bridal jewellery, party jewellery, office wear jewellery, festivals etc. South India jewellery includes styles like coin (Kasumalai) jewellery, Temple Jewellery (Ganesha and Lakshmi Jewellery) while North Indian styles include

Kundan means pure gold and very much like the name suggests, very fine hand beaten sheets of pure gold sheets were hammered together in form of cups or holders or containers to hold the diamond. Each 'cup' was filled with a natural glue like blackish colored substance called 'lac'. This was then covered by a very fine film of pure silver which was used simply to cover the lac and gave a background to the diamond to make it look a bit shiny. The diamond was then 'pressed' in the lac and the edges of the cup were gently pressed onto the edges to secure the stone in place. Once the lac dried up, it would harden thus holding the stone in place. To give a well groomed finish, the reverse side of the products was beautifully decorated by a technique called meenakari or minakari.