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Significance of Women's fashion Jewellery Ornaments--- essay writing

Normally, Women are very of fond of wearing all sorts of ornaments made from gold and Silver. More so Indian women. It is said that more than 40% of the gold products in the world is bought by Indians! But they used only silver ornaments below hip level. Each and every ornaments they used, were somehow connected with human anatomy and functions. Only a person who knows anatomy fully can describe the functions in a systematic way. However, I am giving here the reasons and value for wearing each and every ornament on the body that you will find most Hindus are possessing with them.

To begin with, an Item used as Metti by Indian married women in general and Brahman women in particular, is made of Silver. This is a ring with two or three line rounds, worn in their second finger from toe. By wearing this in both feet, it is believed, that their Menstrual cycle course is regularized with even intervals. This gives good scope for conceiving to married women. Also it is said just because that particular nerve in the second finger from toe, also connects the uteruses and passes thru heart. Because of this, the constant friction caused while walking and doing all sorts of chores during a day, it revitalizes the productivity organs. Silver being a good conductor, it also absorbs the energy from the polar energies from the earth and passes it to the body, thus refreshing whole body system.

These ornaments are only used by married women, just to set regular cycle of menstrual course for them to conceive. Wherein no unmarried women should conceive, even by accidental contacts. So unmarried women not allowed to wear this ornament. Also, when one becomes widow, they remove it. The reason is clear and one can understand its meaning.

Next, above their feet joint, they used to wear an ornament known as kolusu in Tamil,Ghungru in Hindi, which is known as Anklets in English. It is widely believed that by wearing this, one's energy is not wasted but re-vibrated back to one's own body. How far this is true just cannot be said, but for generations Indian women of all ages and walks wear this ornament, even today. This item made of Silver and is available in so many attractive designs and it really makes a women pretty good in looks!

Another jewellery ornament knowingly used by Indian women as Hip Belt called Oddiyaanam. This too, is made of Silver, but the usage of this is not common. It is very particularly used to control women from getting fatter and to avoid flabs in hip and pot belly. Since no women uses these days this ornament, one can see the results that is visible!.

From the body level, all sorts of Gold ornament is used. Each part of human body is divided into two parts - Upper and lower level. In the lower part (i.e. below naval) they used all silver made items, wherein in the upper portion they used Gold made ornaments. Chain, Necklace, Pendants are used with decorative passions, stones and designs. Every married women used to get a Mangalsutra, mostly made in gold as an identifiable mark for married women. This too is believed to regularize a women's blood circulation. This is also said to control the body pressure levels to a maximum extent, as Indian women tend to work hard, more than her male counterpart.

Now let us see the next item - Ear Stead. This ornament is mostly made of Gold with innumerable designs and fashions. Some in Gold with stones and some with plain Gold designs. This is considered to be the most important ornament and from childhood days Hindu girls are given this ornament. The boys too wear it from the age of 7 years..

If one is agreeing with these contents or not, in general everyone is aware of the fact, that these ornaments were and are being used by most of the Indian women. But one must be aware that our olden fashion and style of yesteryears did not die despite changing scenario. As a matter of fact, the interest in wearing all sorts of ornaments are in the increase, one can judge from sale of Gold in the Indian Markets. For some it is a display of wealth. For many it is really an investment mode. For a few it is compulsion of social status. And for many it is a distant Dream.

For Mars and Moon too, in addition to above, they identify the middle and the little fingers respectively.

I conclude this for now and leave it to the reader to judge the values of jewellery worn for ornamental values and decide which one is the best that suits him/her.
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