Friday, 22 June 2012

Bollywood News, Fashion, , Latest Trends, Designers

Bollywood News, Fashion, , Latest Trends, Designers


Aisha is based on Jane Austen’s novel Emma. The movie is directed by Rajshree Ojha. Aisha Sonam Kapoor hobby is match-making and follows it passionately. Aisha goes about changing the small town girl Shefali Amrita Puri tries setting her up with a childhood friend Randhir (Cyrus Sahukar). Randhir loves Aisha but she blanks him out of her life when she got to know about Ranbhir’s feelings. Randhir and Aisha’s best friend Pinky Bose (Ira Dubey) find a mate in each other. In the meantime Aisha tries to hook Shefali with her childhood friend Arjun ( Abhay Deol) Who loves Aisha and so do Aisha. By the time Aisha realizes things, it is quite late. In the movie you can see luxury Indian clothing worn by Sonam kapoor and other actresses. Designer bollywood sarees were part of this big banner movie.






Be trendy and fabulous in this maroon and green shade designer churidar set with unique designs and patterns made of georgette fabric. The lovely yoke, cuffs and hemline is absolutely gorgeous with unique designs and patterns embellished with sequins and embroidery. It is paired with lovely bottom made of blended cotton along with a shaded chiffon dupatta. A semi stitched kameez with an unstitched bottom which can be made into a salwar, churidar or semi Patiala.



This churidar suit in dull white and violet shade, is a perfect blend of modern colors and retro prints. Kameez partially shaded in violet shade is enhanced with leather feel foil printed paisley motifs. Neckline is accentuated with sequin and thread embroidery. Pure georgette sleeves are enhanced with leather feel foil printed motifs. Comes with matching polka printed cotton bottom. Matching pure chiffon dupatta features multi colored polka dot prints and is enhanced with foil printed motifs and art silk border. The fabrics used are cotton, georgette and pure chiffon.




Make sure you make this vibrant orange saree a part of your collection this festive season. Light orange saree with the border showing off kundans, cutdana beads and silver zari embroidered bold paisley design. Saree is adorned with with sequins and cutdana beads buttis along with cutdana beads and silver zari embroidered paisley motifs. The pallu is made gorgeous with kundans, cutdana beads and silver zari embroidered bold paisley design. Blouse in light orange with sleeves and back of the blouse embellished with cutdana beads in stripes. Its a faux georgette saree.








Bollywood News, Fashion, , Latest Trends, Designers

Jewellers strike spreads to south India

The jewellers' strike today spread to south India, with traders in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry shutting shops even as Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee is likely to meet the bullion representatives on Friday to sort out the issue relating to increase in taxes.





All India Gems and Jewellery Trade Federation Chennai Regional Chairman N Anantha Padmanabhan said: "Showrooms across Chennai and Tamil Nadu are also closed from today.
About Rs 600 to Rs 700 crore business in Chennai alone is likely to be affected during the next six days."




In a meeting of representatives of more than 100 associations held in Mumbai today, it was decided that the agitation will continue till the government agrees to roll back the excise duty and TCS (tax collected at source), All India Gems and Jewellery Trade Federation Chairman Bachhraj Bamalwa said.
Mumbai Jewellery Association Vice President Kumar Jain said they intend to continue the strike till their demands are met.





Bullion traders in a meeting yesterday in Chennai had decided to go on a seven-day strike to protest the increase in taxes.
All India Gems and Jewellery Trade Federation Chennai Regional Chairman N Anantha Padmanabhan said: "Showrooms across Chennai and Tamil Nadu are also closed from today.















Thursday, 13 October 2011

Indian Jewellery | South Indian Jewellery













South Indian Jewellery











Jewellery or jewelry is a form of personal adornment - such as brooches, rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.














With some exception such as medical alert bracelets or military dog tags, jewellery normally differs from other items of personal adornment in that it has no other purpose than to look appealing, but humans have been producing and wearing it for a long time - with 100,000-year-old beads made from Nassarius shells thought to be the oldest known jewellery.

Jewellery may be made from a wide range of materials, but gemstones, precious metals, beads and shells have been widely used. Depending on the culture and times jewellery may be appreciated as a status symbol, for its material properties, its patterns, or for meaningful symbols. Jewellery has been made to adorn nearly every body part, from hairpins to toe rings.

The word jewellery itself is derived from the word jewel, which was anglicized from the Old French "jouel", and beyond that, to the Latin word "jocale", meaning plaything.