Manubhai Jewellers launches bridal jewellery collection

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Manubhai Jewellers launches bridal jewellery collection

The collection features jewellery for every function – Sangeet, Mehendi and Wedding – along with a special traditional experience for all the new brides-to-be to wish them good luck and prosperity

Manubhai Jewellers, a leading jewellery brand for over 30 years, has made the process of finding the perfect jewellery for all the brides-to-be more special and remarkable. The brand has launched a new campaign called “Wedding by Manubhai” that features jewellery for every function – Sangeet, Mehendi and Wedding – along with a special traditional experience for all the new brides-to-be to wish them good luck and prosperity.

According to Samir Sagar, Director, Manubhai Jewellers, Manubhai has been creating intricate and beautiful jewellery that balances tradition and contemporary design to suit every occasion.

Manubhai Jewellers are popularly known for their specially crafted and curated collections in Mumbai. With a retail presence in Borivali, they cater to every customer’s needs, ranging from beautiful modern diamond pieces to fanciful and chic gold wear, to traditional Kundan and Jadau jewellery. The brand is one of the few jewellers in Mumbai creating bespoke designs in Polki, Temple and Antique.

Additionally, Manubhai Jewellers are also committed to specialized bridal jewellery called Madhuban. The Madhuban collection features beautifully handcrafted inspirational jewellery displayed in the store with a royal theme. Manubhai traditional concepts are brilliantly reflected through the indigenous craftsmanship of the Madhuban collection.

Further, to make the moment special for new brides, Manubhai Jewellers have also introduced “Madhuban Delight”, wherein the bride is first welcomed in a traditional way with the ‘Aarti thali’ and then gifted with a ‘Potli’ – a traditional drawstring bag that contains silver coins, vermilion, rice and Swastik that symbolize good luck, prosperity and imply the underlying cultural significance of ceremonial rituals.

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