8 Contemporary Mangalsutra Designs

8 Contemporary Mangalsutra Designs

 The mangalsutra, often known as a “suhaag ki nishani” is an indispensable part of a bride. It is considered as a marital symbol among Hindu brides. Traditionally, a mangalsutra is a necklace made of nine black and nine gold beads. Many times Ekta Kapoor has zoomed in on the couple while filming the mangalsutra moment while dramatic music plays in the background. The auspicious thread is getting a contemporary makeover with delicate diamonds ruling the designs. Brides nowadays are opting for more light weight and daily-wear mangalsutras. Scroll down to see some of the latest designs!


1. Sonam Kapoor designed her own mangalsutra and made sure to add Anand and her sun-signs to it.


Image source: Usheeta Rawtani


2. A contemporary mangalsutra with a touch of tradition


Image source: Zaamor Diamonds


3. Sabyasachi designed this mangalsutra for Priyanka Chopra. Resonates with her millennial persona!


Image source: Pinterest


4. Bride Pratishtha Ricky chose a unique meenakari work mangalsutra with floral motifs.


Image source: Beginnings for You


5. Deepika Padukone’s single diamond mangalsutra speaks volumes


Image source: Pinterest


6. This splendid mangalsutra is quite similar to a chandbali


Image source: Aatman Stories


7. The diamonds set in a checkered pattern look so exquisite!


Image source: Zaamor Diamonds


8. A minimal yet beautiful mangalsutra


Image source: Melissa Gayle Weddings


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