The country’s most trusted jewellery brand Tanishq launched their exquisite new collection “Jewels of Royalty,” showcasing the latest in diamond and open polki jewellery cast into timeless designs from the royal vaults of Indian Royalty. This collection is exclusively designed for the modern Indian woman for the special occasions in her life. Deepika Padukone spells utter justification to the royal collection as she adorns the timeless pieces.
The collection is inspired from the iconic royal houses from all over India; from the royals of Baroda to the Maharajas of Indore, and from the Chola dynasty, to the monarchs of Patiala. Tanishq tried to give these classical designs a modern twist by combining the latest in international trends such as flat diamond tassels, pixelated pearl strings and exaggerated diamond adorned centres.
With designs that capture the beauty and celebration of special occasions in the life of the Indian woman, Tanishq aims to be an integral part of her journey. As India’s leading wedding jeweller, they understand the varied needs of every regional bride and that has stood as our inspiration behind creating special wedding collections catering to every community across India.
There is little in this world that can compare to the luminescent sparkle of a diamond; magnificent and breath-taking, Tanishq diamonds come together to make statement pieces that celebrate eternal love and commemorate lasting relationships.
Paying an ode to reverie-like brides of India, Tanishq, the jewellery stickler brought forth it’s new sub-brand, Rivaah. Rivaah is the union of Tanishq’s tradition and craftsmanship – Rivaaz and the sacred bond of marriage – Vivaah. The brand upholds intricately designed creations in gold, diamond, Kundan and polki by their highly skilled craftsmanship with a unique sense of design based in Bangalore. Dedicated to the Indian wedding category, Rivaah has a suitable collection for every occasion—engagement, mehendi, sangeet and wedding for the brides to adorn and look like a million dollar. Keeping a keen understanding of the discerning brides of India, Rivaah’s collection includes a beautiful range of haath phools for a Punjabi bride to daintily crafted kamar bandhs for a Kannadiga bride to the pearl-stringed mundavlyas for the Marathi bride. They have enabled themselves to cater to the thirteen bridal communities and celebrate their distinctive cultures. Rivaah is made available at all 205 Tanishq retail stores in 119 cities across the nation.