In India, the majestic Hindu temples that survive to this day are proof of the rich cultural heritage, both in the northern and southern states. From the Guptas, the Satavahanas, and the regional kings like Kharavela of Kalinga and Sasanka of Bengal, temple art and architecture comprise the breathtaking art history of our vibrant country.
Affluent and exorbitant in its composition and designs, temples were both a socio-religious symbol of worship for the masses as well as the wealth of the royals who had them built. Temples like the Kailashnath Temple in Kanchipuram, the Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple in Madurai, the Venkateswara Temple in Andhra Pradesh, the Jagannath Temple of Puri, the Kedarnath temple of Uttarakhand and many, are iconic. Inspired by the sheer opoluence of this art form, Voylla has designed an incredible range of Temple Jewellery that mixes India’s rich history with the aesthetics of the present.
Boasting several pieces of hair accessories, earrings, bangles, amulets, necklaces and maang tikkas, the temple jewellery is made upon gold-plated metals interspersed with filigree, meenakari and other bejewelled semi-precious stones that complement a central divine figure like the elephant-god Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi, the deity of wealth and prosperity. Tasteful golden flower rings that are mounted with gems are also a part of this royal and aesthetically pleasing range of jewellery. Customers are also provided with a variety of necklaces, ranging from Rani Haar, choker necklaces, Mango Malai and Addigai to choose from.