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All brides are posers! On their lovely day, they just want to flaunt everything. Right from their beautiful attire to their sexy stilettos to their breathtaking jewellery. Even the smallest nose pin gets detailed attention. Nath, laung, nathani, pullaku or nose stud are just a few names to which it is addressed in different states of India. We swear we are totally in awe of this nosey affair!
We at WedAbout bring to you some heart melting shots of real Indian brides in their decked up avatar showing off their beautiful nose pins.
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Whether it is a bride or married women, a nosepin is an integral part of women’s jewellery. However, nowadays even teenagers sport a nosepin with equal grace and charm. They pair it with western outfits and the fusion is indeed a treat to the eyes.
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Whether big or small, a nose pin enhances the look of women. The nose pin design style and size varies across India.
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A Punjabi bride wears a nath which is a medium or sometimes large hoop and it is attached to a chain which extends till the hairs. While a Maharashtrian bride wears a nath which is often a semi-circle or cashew nut shape. Every nosepin is unique and beautiful in its own way.
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Bollywood actresses often flaunt designer nose pin and they look surreal. An actress’s nosepin has been lyricist best inspiration and has given us some best wedding songs. Who can forget Mera Laung Gawacha…
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The recent nosepin trend is inspired from Deepika Padukone’s look from Bajirao Mastani. All her nose pins were large hoops decorated with spikes or fan shaped.
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Usually, the nosepin design is matched with other jewellery pieces. Many a times there is co-ordination with jhoomar or pasa and also the matha tika. The embellishments in the nath are also made similar to the necklace design.
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Apart from the style quotient that a nose pin adds to a bride’s beauty, there are many health benefits associated with wearing a nosepin and for that matter even piercing your nose is considered auspicious and healthy.
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Most women prefer to wear the nosepin in their left nostril. There is also a cultural significance to it. While in down south, the konkani bride prefers to wear the nosepin in both the nostrils. Also some brides wear it between the nose in the center and it is called as pullaku
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Whether you believe in traditions or not, a beautiful nath is an amazing way to enhance your charming elegance as a bride.
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A bride looking in the mirror and setting her nosepin or a close-up shot of bride with an endearing nosepin is indeed a must have for every album.
We simply love the nosepin look of these brides. They surely give us some serious bridal goals. So are you going to wear a nosepin in your wedding. Share with us in the comment section.
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