Try Going Tri-Color This Independence Day
Hope you’re having a lovely Sunday! Lately you might have noticed vendors selling colorful accessories at traffic signals while commuting? Any guesses as to what they are ? You got it !! the Indian flag accessories!
From balloons to paper flags, shop windows to florists, its orange, white and green everywhere! Today’s post is in honour of our Independence day, with details on its striking TRI-COLOUR and jewelry that signify its grandeur.
Style tip: Go tri-color all the way! Stackable bangle bracelets or layered necklaces with gems like carnelians, emeralds and diamonds will work well. Else simply ‘tri’- mixing colored metals like these gorgeous stretchable diamond bangle-bracelets by Nirav Modi.
Saffron- Symbolises courage and sacrifice. White- Symbolises truth, peace and purity. Green- Symbolises prosperity.
How about trying changeable or detachable jewelry which gives you the flexibility to wear multiple or individual colors. These multifunctional versatile pieces designed by Tanishq portray the tri-color indian flag!
The Ashoka Chakra: Symbolises righteousness
For those righteous and patriotic ones, do take a look at charms by Indian Masala. In our opinion, they make fun-loving Indian themed charms in any form that one can think of! These Chakra charms are so apt for Independence Day, aren’t they?
This is one masterpiece which glories the victory of an iconic sportswoman representing our country on a global platform, Mary Kom. Thoughtfully designed and intricately crafted, Laksh Pahuja truly signifies the essence of the Indian flag in tri-color gems studded on bronze gloves. Silver base being the outline of Manipur – India, motifs with a break through from her struggle, diamonds that make her a star performer, gold olympic rings symbolising the London Olympics.Did You Know, The first Indian flag had religious symbols and eight roses on it with Vande Mataram written in the middle. However, in later years, to avoid the religious intrusion, a new flag came into existence with three colours- saffron, white, green and blue chakra in the middle.
Wishing you all a very Peaceful and Happy Independence Day!