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Latest Blog Posts for Indian festivals|Indian Scientists|Indian Jewellery

  • Nose Rings, Indian Jewellery
    on Apr 16, 2011
    Nose rings are an essential part of an Indian woman`s daily life adornment that is usually worn in almost all the regions of India. In some part of the sub-continent the nose rings are traditionally indispensable. Hence during and after marriages...
  • History of Stone-Setting
    on Apr 16, 2011
    History of stone setting in jewellery and ornamentation goes back a rather long way. In fact, before the beginning of recorded history, mankind was already setting contrasting ornamental stones into artistic objects. All the earliest phases of thi...
  • Jewellery of Sunga Period
    on Apr 16, 2011
    Later, due to the advent of the Sunga dynasty, the jewellery became a little refined. In the sculptures of the period references show us that the material used most frequently were gold and precious stones like corals, rubies, sapphires, agates, a...
  • Indian Jewellery
    on Apr 16, 2011
    It was around 5,000 years in the ancient past that the art of jewellery making in India was conceptualised. India has been famous for its beads, gems and precious stones from times immemorial. It, thus, attracted the Indian traders and the foreign...
  • Jewellery in the Indus Valley Civilization
    on Apr 16, 2011
    Jewellery has been part of the Indiancivilization since ancient history. The traditional art of India suggest a richness and profusion in the jewellery worn by both men and women during those times.Earlier, it had a massive quantity to it but the...
  • Jewellery in the Gandhara Period
    on Apr 16, 2011
    Of the relatively rare finds of ancient gold jewellery, most are from the north west of the subcontinent, the region known as Gandhara in ancient times, and particularly from Taxila, a flourishing city since the fourth century BC and which has bee...
  • Jewellery in Mughal Period, History of Indian Jewellery
    on Apr 16, 2011
    Jewellery in Mughal period, from 1526 till the late sixteenth century, can only be guessed at as there is a complete imbalance between the travellers` descriptions of the same and the lack of any sound evidence. However, it is a fact to be noted t...
  • Ancient Indian Jewellery
    on Apr 16, 2011
    Ancient Indian Jewellery include jewelry made of natural materials like feathers, seeds, leaves, fruits, flowers, berries, animal bones, teeth and claws. Even today, these types of jewellery are worn by the people of various tribal societies. The...
  • Har Gobind Khorana, Indian Scientist
    on Apr 13, 2011
    Har Gobind Khorana is an Indian-American molecular biologist of Indian-Punjabi origin. Har Gobind Khorana was responsible for producing the first man made gene in his laboratory. Dr. Khorana`s work is an important scientific landmark of the twenti...
  • Shakuntala Devi, Indian Mathematician
    on Apr 13, 2011
    Shakuntala Devi is a renowned mathematician and a calculating genius of India. Shakuntala Devi is popularly known as `Human Computer` because of her unusual talents in solving difficult mathematical problems without any mechanical support. Yet, Sh...
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