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The relation between the nath and the bridal ensemble goes way back in India. It is believed in Hindu culture that nath symbolizes a woman's marital status. According to the culture, a woman is supposed to wear a nath on the day of her wedding and has to wear it till the time she is married. It also depicts homage to goddess Parvati. The fashion of nath has grabbed attention all over and brides are experimenting with different kinds of nath of late. Here are some of the unique nath designs you would like.
An oversized nath, with intricate studded stones, weaved in a beautiful design and a beaded chain. The chain alone here is enough to steal the show for once and all!
This bride is sporting a heavily studded statement oversized nath, with small beads, inspired by the make of a dreamcatcher, which gives it a dreamy, Bohemian look. The ring has studded stones in intricate designs in the lower part. The beaded chain makes it attention-grabbing in the first glimpse itself!
What nath is a nath if it isn't engraved with the name of your groom! This bride wearing a half beaded, half-studded nath with her groom's name engraved on the lower part is something never seen before and looks extremely alluring. The intricate chain work aided with a stone of colour on the lower part of the nath is enough to make the heads turn at the wedding!
If you want a simple yet uniquely elegant look, go for this vintage, chandelier style nath, with a twist. The intricate design on the upper part of the nath, with half. white beaded ring and a beaded chain, makes it look like a mix of the old and new fashion trends, which is more than an experiment you can do with your nath.
One of the most elegant looks a bride can have is by fashioning an oversized nath, studded heavily with small stones on the lower part, with statement designs on the left and right part. The three chain complements the whole design perfectly and grabs all the attention. This nath is very easy to handle and is trending nowadays.
How can we discuss nath designs and not talk about Marathi brides? This Marathi bride is donning a beautiful, simple statement Marathi style nath, with intricate designs on one part of the ring, aided with a flower-shaped design at the bottom. What's special about Marathi nath is the fact that they don't come with a chain.
There could be nothing more beautiful than a combination of beads and jadau stones. An oversized nath with a small intricate jadau design on the lower part of the ring, and a small bead hanging, aided with a simple, long chain, is everything you need to impress your prospective groom!
If you're into oversized nath, then opt for this oversized designer studded nath, with small beads hanging from the lower part of the ring. What makes it unique is the intricate design of the jadau stones, which covers half the space of the ring, and the layer of small beads. It comes aided with a jadau chain, which is like a cherry on the cake!
This bride looks ethereally gorgeous in a simple oversized nath, with small (different sizes of) beads in the lower half of the ring, aided with a heavily beaded chain. If you're planning on donning heavy jewellery for your big day, then this kind of nath is perfect for you.
An oversized nath with intricate, heavy design donning beads in place of stones, in the lower half of the rings will look stunning if you're opting for a red bridal ensemble. The nath comes with a heavily beaded chain (with small beads) which perfectly compliments the overall look.
If you want to make your bridal look to be remembered and talked about in every function, then don't hesitate and be a little extra! This is a very different style of nath with a heavily studded ring, and an intricate design of jadau stones in the lower part. The three beaded chains add to the royal look further.
Now, this is a nath, which will definitely make you stand apart from the crowd. This unconventional designer nath resembling the make of a sunflower with jadau stones colour coordinated with the bridal attire is something to swoon over. The beaded chain adds another elegance in the overall look. This is a very unconventional look for a nath, but nonetheless looks very charming if paired perfectly.
Beautiful, heavy jadau stones have been put together in the lower part of the otherwise simple ring, which makes it uniquely gorgeous. The two chains, with small beads at a regular distance is what complements the nath perfectly.
This bride is fashioning an oversized nath, with a simple design of two small jadau stones (at a distance), in the lower half of an otherwise simple ring. What makes it shine in the crowd is the designer double chain, hanging onto it, which gives a look we can't take our eyes off!
This hatke look of the nath comprises of a simple oversized ring aided with a heavily beaded, long-chain, for a change. If you're planning to wear a choker neckpiece and keeping your makeup simple, then this nath will give you the look of a royal princess!
Shifting from the conventional nath, this bride is donning a mid-size ring, designer nath, with stones studded on one side of the ring, aided with a heavily designer, stone-studded long chain. This would be the perfect kind of nath for you if you're planning to match the colour of your bridal outfit to your jewellery.
Available in a lot of different styles and sizes, a nath is a very important part of the bridal ensemble in almost every part of the country. Fun fact: In south India, brides tend to wear the nath on the left side, whereas, in North India, they wear it on the right side. Let us know how did you like our collection!