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Nose ring/pin in the South East Asian culture holds a significant value in marriage ceremonies even in today's world.Since times have changed and brides opt for simpler rings on their big day paying respect to the age old traditions.
These nose rings feature a small phool(nath:Nose,Phool:flower).The best part is that anyone can wear it even without a nose piercing because there is a L shaped hook attached to the nath phool that can be adjusted to fit inside the nose.
This Bedouin beauty contain some nice details and are simple yet very eye-catching. grade silver and others a mix of metals.
weight 1.5 grams.
This bohemian classic is for a true boho fashion lover!
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South Asian culture:
While to most a nose ring may seems like a fashion statement, in India, it’s an age old tradition that’s heads back centuries and has significance even today.Though nose piercing didn’t originate in India, it was brought to the country in the 16th Century from the Middle East by the Moghul emperors. In India a stud called Phul or a ring known as Nath is usually worn in the left nostril, it’s sometimes joined to the ear by a chain, and in some places both nostrils are pierced.
Many Indian women, particularly Hindus, have their noses pierced around the age of 16, which was traditionally the marriageable age. Piercings in India, including nose piercings, are one way Hindus honor Parvathi, the goddess of marriage.
In some parts of India the nose ring is never removed once a woman is married, and thus a nose ring is often considered to be a sign of marriage