Jewelry Set Wedding Style Necklace Earrings Ring Bracelet
SPECIFICATIONS Discover our jewelry set wedding, a beautiful gift idea for women Jewelry Set : Necklace + Earrings + Ring + Bracelet Metals Type: Zinc Alloy Gender: Women...
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- Discover our jewelry set wedding, a beautiful gift idea for women
- Jewelry Set : Necklace + Earrings + Ring + Bracelet
- Metals Type: Zinc Alloy
- Gender: Women
- Material: Crystal
- Size: 17x14 cm
- Earring size: 7x2.5 cm
- Main Stone Material: Crystal & rhinestones
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- Delivery: Epacket ( Pretty well-packaged cardboard )
- Occasions : Party / Prom / Anniversary / Wedding / Engagement / Daily wearing
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HISTORY OF INDIAN WEDDING
In ancient times, the wedding took place while the couple was very young. In fact, the boy’s parents searched for a matching alliance for him in his pre-adolescent age and then approached the girl’s family with the proposition. There used to be a middleman to look for alliance and propose it to each family about the match. He even acted as a moderator, also would suggest a suitable date and hour for the marriage to take place after matching the bride and the groom's birth charts, he further also would facilitate in the choice of the venue suitable for each family.
In Indian Weddings, the bride's family was the host of the function. Wedding Customs in Medieval India In medieval India, the marriage was compulsory for all the girls except for that opted asceticism. Brahmin girls were married between ages 8 and 10. In the medieval age, Swayamvaras were arranged where women chose the groom and men would have to woo them with a presentation of their abilities.
This indicates sound more modern rather than ancient. There are also mentions of abductions of the women by men for marriage purposes. In fact, that was one acceptable way of acquiring the bride of one's choice. It was considered rather gallant of a man to display such an act.