Explore the Latest Gold Haram Online
The magnificence and majestic aura of a haram cannot be described in words. Such is the effect of this quintessential piece of jewellery in the sub-continent, especially in South India, that no wedding could be complete in its absence. It adorns the neck splendidly that anything else fades in comparison. No wonder that there are so many cherished and unique variations to this exquisite piece of jewellery.
There are scores of best haram designs. You will invariably find the long gold necklaces such as the Lakshmi haram or the kundan gold Jewellery not just in traditional styles but also in the latest designs.
Different Types of Gold Haram Designs
Temple Harams Designs
Harams come in different types depending on the material and usage of stones in it. Conventionally a haram is made of gold with different pendants that are typically named after the workmanship. Such as Antique Haram, Temple Haram or a plain haram. Haram models with the traditional design are still very popular amongst all age groups.
Ruby and Emerald Harams for the Royal Colours
Harams made of gold are also combined with precious stones like ruby, emerald, and coral to enhance the design and add a splash of royal colours. Pearl insets too are very popular as are Kundan jewellery.
Polki and Pachi Harams with Nakashi
Several Harams come with fine filigree and lattice designs. They are a fine sight to look at with diamonds and other stones set into the work. Gold Haram design catalogues are filled with a number of Haram models that have exquisite Pachi and Polki work. Look for the gold Pachi Haram while shopping online.
Solitaire and Diamond Haram
There are harams where the soul of the pendant is a resplendent solitaire, shining as brightly as the sun. Other haram designs involve the use of many smaller diamonds set in unique shapes of peacocks, mangoes, deities, and geometric shapes like ovals, rectangles, and triangles.
Antique Harams for Tradition Wear
The value of an antique design depends on the design intricacy and its delicate workmanship. Our antique harams come with Lakshmi, peacock, mango, and one-of-a-kind designs.
Haram Styles and Models Collections
The Lakshmi Haram
Traditionally, a haram pays obeisance to the Goddesses of wealth, strength, or knowledge and thereby depicts Lakshmi, Amba, or Saraswati in its pendants. These are very important additions to weddings and other auspicious occasions.
Resplendent Peacock Design
The peacock design is a coveted one because nothing speaks beauty like the eloquent peacock does, with its striking colours and splendid plumage. The peacock is not only part of the pendant in some cases but also adorns the length of the necklace.
Kasuluperu - The Reign of Coins
These latest haram designs have coins embossed with an image that is strung together and joined to a pendant of equal grandeur. The most auspicious embossing on a coin is Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity. Other less common embossed designs could be elephants, Ganesha, or flowers.
Flower Bunch Design
The trendy and stylish design also popularly known as guttapusalu haram come with petite pearls. In the form of buds, Guttapusalu creates a stir as one walks along. Haram collections are never complete without the famous guttapusalu.
Ram Parivar- A Unique Design Drawn from Centuries of Devotion
If you like jewellery designs that draw inspiration from Indian epics, then there is nothing like paying obeisance to the Gods of Treta Yuga by adorning yourself with the 22 carats Heirloom Ram Parivar Haram, which is every bit beautiful as it is exclusive.
3 In 1 Design for a Woman of Many Choices
Harams are also recognized as a single string, dual, or multi-string harams where there could be two or more rows of beads in gold, pearl, or other stones strung together and attached to a pendant. Not only that, these harams conveniently converts into a stylish and simple Vaddanam designs.
The Cherished Mango Design
There is nothing that matches the comfort of seeing jewellery with the famous and beloved Mango design. Everything from our grand sarees to our daily wear earrings, bangles, and gold bracelet designs has that distinctive mango pattern. It could be combined with rubies, emeralds, or corals or it could be pure gold, but the mango design gives us the warm, familiar comfort anytime.
A Haram Designs for Every Occasion
Harams can be chosen based on what the occasion is. Certain harams like the temple jewellery Haram would be apt for marriages, temples, and during smaller household celebrations. New models with paisley designs can be worn during festivals like Deepavali, Navratri, or Sankranti. Each day we see new gold jewellery designs hit the market, yet the traditional ones never seem to run out of fashion. Create Jewellery set of your own with unique nose pins, bangles or necklaces to go with your haram for each of these special occasions.
Haram sets that you should own
Gold harams are best bought as a set with an exquisite neck choker, earrings, and the long necklace set. The gold haram sets come in gorgeous designs like Lakshmi seated on a lotus with swans flanking her. These designs are opulent and indulgent while still retaining the tradition and modesty of Indian Jewellery. You can pair your haram sets with resplendent vaddanams, radiant bangles, and dazzling anklets to deck yourself in splendour for any occasion.
Gold Haram Price and Weight Range
Haram designs with price and weight range vary vastly depending on the amount of workmanship, usage of precious stones, the purity of gold, and the size of the piece in question. Plain gold haram models with price starting at INR 1.2 lakhs with 22-carat gold purity can weigh around 34 grams including the weight of stones. The latest kasuluperu designs with price ranges from INR 1.5 lakhs to over INR 10 lakhs can dazzle your eyes, like uncut diamond mini haram chain, solitaire designs, and beautiful paisley designs. The weight of such exquisite harams can go over and above 60 grams.
Tips to Choose Gold Haram Designs Online
Having gained insights on the latest gold haram designs with weight, one should now look at tips to shop smartly when settling for their dream harams sets and ram parivar haram sets.
The Neck Length
Keep in mind that the length of your neck is very important while you choose your haram online. A long neck will be suitable for horizontal patterns on the haram while if you have a shorter neck, you should find vertical and smaller patterns when looking for your haram image of choice.
Size of the Haram
The size of your haram depends on what you plan to wear it with. Ideally, the star of the haram is its pendant, and for better visibility, it must cross your chest and avoid your saree pleats if you are wearing it with a saree. If you work with a heavy ghagra or kurti, make sure the length is enough that it doesn’t clash with the filigree work on your apparel of choice.
The Weight of the Haram
Be aware that the neck is a delicate part of the body that carries the entire weight of the head. If your haram is heavy, then your neck can only take a few minimal hours of wearing it, beyond which you may make yourself susceptible to muscular spasms, or neck pain.
One-stop for all Jewellery Shopping
Vaibhav Jewellers offers you a variety of harams like none other. The collection houses special pieces like the 22carat Heirloom Ram Parivar Haram, the Antique Mango Motif with Royal Pendant Haram, various designs of guttapusalu, modern kasuluperu designs and many more.
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