Newly Introduced Jhumkay by TANISH

No desi woman’s jewelry collection is complete without a fair few types of traditional Jhumkas thrown in. In all honesty, Jhumkas are a timeless classic when it comes to jewelry and they add lots of grace and charm to a woman’s looks.

Considering the popularity that Jhumkas tend to enjoy among Eastern women, we decided to do some digging and bring to you a number of attractive new Jhumka designs from one of the leading jewelry players in the market, Tanishq. Read on to find out what types of Jhumkas are in the ladies’ good books these days.

Traditional Gold Jhumkas“>Bitcoins Block

These types of Jhumkas go very well with traditional (Eastern) attire. These are made from 22 carat Gold and embellished with different types of emeralds and pearls such as Kundan, ruby, etc.

Floral, peacock, and temple designed jhumkas by Tanishq are extremely popular among women these days.

Silver Oxide Jhumka“>Sweet Couch

Made from oxidized silver, these types of Jhumkas give a very unique and beautiful look to the wearer. They are also commonly known as Gujarati jhumkas and can be worn with almost all types of traditional clothing. Women mostly prefer to wear these with churidaar trousers and long shirts (kameez). 

Diamond Jhumkas“>Pinterest

Diamond Jhumkas are a wonderful upgrade on the simple traditional ones. They are perfect for wedding functions, parties, and other formal as well as informal gatherings. Desi ladies prefer to pair such jhumkas with a saree or a fancy, embroidered shalwar kameez.

Ear-Cuff Jhumkas“>Women Items

Ear-cuff ones are another beautiful traditional piece of jewelry that go together with all types of Eastern women’s wear such as shalwar kameez, sarees, churidaar trousers (pajamas), etc. A number of vibrant designs and styles have been made available in this category by Tanishq. Don’t forget to check them out.

Jhumkas never go out of style or fashion, especially for Eastern women. The variety of designs and styles make them a staple for women of all ages.

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