Temple jewelry is believed to have originated somewhere in the 9th century during the reign of the Chola dynasty. All the Chola kings gave importance to cultural development and most of the temple jewellery today is similar to the designs in the heavily ornamented pillars with accurate details and rich sculpted walls of many South Indian Temples, especially the ones in Thanjavur. Back then, this kind of jewelry was used to decorate the idols and Gods and Goddesses in temples, and hence, the name.

Lately, this has been increasingly fashionable and used by modern women to flaunt their style. This jewelry is widely used among brides for its grandeur. Have a look at these lovely Temple design Haarams.

Temple Jewellery Haram
Long Temple design haaram with peacock motif and Lakshmi pendant with pretty danglers
Temple Jewellery Haram
Adorable Lakshmi haaram with intricate design Lakshmi motifs forming the chain
Temple Jewellery Haram
Magnificient temple jewelry haaram with splendid peacock design and Shiva pendant
Temple Jewellery Haram
Marvelous long Lakshmi haaram with pretty design running on two strands of gold chain
Temple Jewellery Haram
Magnificent temple haaram with a giant pendant in two steps
Temple Jewellery Haram
Resplendent temple necklace with graceful Radha-Krishna pendant
Temple Jewellery Haram
Pretty peacock design with bunch of small pearls bedeck this lovely temple haaram
Temple Jewellery Haram
Captivating temple necklace exhibiting highly proficient and dexterous art
Temple Jewellery Haram
Guttapusalu style temple necklace with a gracious Lord Krishna pendant
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