Artificial Kumaoni Nath (Traditional Wear Jewelry): The excellent Pahari ladies of Uttarakhand are partial to wearing adornments extraordinarily created in silver or gold, adding beauty and gentility to their character. If you have at any point visited the slopes, you more likely than not have seen Pahari women wearing conventional adornments pieces like Bulaq (gold or silver nose ring), Kundal (gold or silver hoops), Paunje (silver anklets), and so on. The extreme gold pieces of jewelry. For example, Hansuli, Chandan Haar, and Galobandh are likewise worn with extraordinary pride.
Nath is the Pahari women’s charm known for her elegant style. It is worn by the women of Garhwal, Kumaon, and JaunsarBawar in the Uttarakhand region. However, the style and design may differ in both regions, but their appearance remains the same. The weight and number of pearls inserted into a nath indicate the status of the bride’s family.
All brides share a similar passion for decorating Nathuli at their wedding, be it Garhwal or Kumaon. This beautiful nath can only be combined with your clothes and gives you an elegant and party look. Combine it with a variety of outfits. You can combine this nath with any of your ornaments such as earrings, jewelry, or anything else and it can be useful for a gathering. This nath is made up of small peacock patterns in the middle and a floral pattern on another side, the red and white stones enhancing its beauty. A supporting chain is also connected to this Artificial Kumaoni Nath, which can help to keep this Nath light for a long time. The small size of this nath makes it more popular in Uttarakhand in the open air. You can give this unforgettable Uttarakhandi jewelry to your beloved wife, girlfriend, sister, daughter, or mother.
Pahari nath was made with the highest level of perfection and attention to detail and is the traditional jewelry of Uttarakhand and is worn by all women. Uttarakhand Haat provides a platform for these talented artisans from Uttarakhand by selling their items on our platforms and helping them make a living. This also helped us to preserve the soon-to-be-extinct Uttarakhand tradition and keep it alive on our platforms thanks to our artisans.