• July 20, 2016

    Your guide to modern, minimalist, work-wear jewellery

    Who doesn’t love jewellery? Every woman enjoys buying, wearing and flaunting her jewellery – whether at weddings, religious ceremonies or any important event. It is a valuable possession – not just because of its worth, but because of how intrinsically tied it is to our lives. It is an extension of who we are, a way to express ourselves and a part of every important occasion or celebration in our life. Truly, no celebration is complete without jewellery. However, these days, precious jewellery is not just reserved for special events – it is slowly becoming a part of our daily life. With more and more women becoming savvy and fashionable independent professionals, precious jewellery in contemporary and minimalistic designs is becoming a favourite!

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  • June 25, 2016

    Ivory and Gold – The Ever-Elegant Malayali Bride!

    Among South Indian brides, few stand out on their wedding day the way a Malayali bride does! Dressed in a simple and yet elegant ivory Kasavu saree with gold borders, garlands of jasmine (malligai-poo) in her hair and bedecked in gold – she makes for a very striking picture indeed!

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  • April 30, 2016

    Tamil Brahmin Bridal Jewellery

    Indians love their gold – and nowhere is this love displayed with more fervour than at Indian weddings – more so at south Indian weddings.Compared to their northern counterparts, south Indian weddings are subdued in terms of pomp and show. However, one look at a south Indian bride and you will know they take their weddings seriously! A south Indian bride is decked out in the finest of silks and the most ornate jewellery, making her look a royal princess. Not only that, while the wedding festivities may not seem like a grandiose spectacle, they are every bit a rich and classy affair – what with all the women donning their best, heaviest, most vibrant Kancheepuram silk sarees and traditional pure gold jewellery. And while the jewellery of every south Indian state has its own charm, the Tamil Brahmin bride has today become synonymous with the ‘south Indian bride’. So let’s take a closer look into the Tamil Brahmin bride’s jewellery box.

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  • April 18, 2016

    Gold in Ancient Cultures

    Though it is hard to accurately pin-point when and who exactly discovered gold, history tells us that civilizations as early as the 4th millennia BC understood, appreciated and even coveted the precious metal; using it as jewellery and a status symbol and also treating it sacred. While it is true that metals like iron and copper have had far more practical uses to civilizations, and seeded much of their industrial progress – Gold has had a more defining and long-lasting impact, shaping our history more than any other metal.

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  • March 9, 2016

    A Glimpse into the Rajasthani Bride’s Jewellery Box!

    Say the word ‘Rajasthan’ and the mind immediately conjures up images of endless desserts and sand dunes, magnificent palaces and forts, and a vivid culture. The land of kings, Rajasthan has been the seat of royalty in India for many, many years. From the brave Rajputs, the noble Moghuls and the enterprising Marathas – Rajasthan (or Rajputana) has been coloured by the distinct history and traditions that each of these kingdoms brought to its sands.

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  • February 16, 2016

    Ornaments to Get a ‘Wow’ Look for Indian Women

    It is a well-known fact that women across the country have enormous affection for ornaments! Be it any event, buy a female collection of ornaments and they will shower their overwhelmed gratitude and love upon you.Ornaments make a woman dazzlingly beautiful. Shorn of an ornament, a woman’s walk-in wardrobe will be half-finished. Nevertheless, women have all types of ornaments set with them to go with every event; Thangamayil jewellery gives you a clear idea on the jewels that Indian women should give prominence to get more customary or trendy appearance.

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  • January 23, 2016

    Buying gold in the 21st century

    Along with being a prized investment, gold also has immense cultural and emotional value for Indians. This is particularly true for Gold Jewellery that is usually made or purchased during festive and auspicious occasions as well as during times of celebrations. In fact, it is very common for families to have many pieces gold jewellery and artefacts as family heirlooms that are passed down to children through many generations.

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  • January 13, 2016

    6 Important Tips for Buying Gold Jewellery

    There are few things a woman enjoys more than buying gold jewellery. Whether it is a small gold coin or a bridal haram or malai, shopping for gold jewellery is a very memorable activity for all women. At the same time, it is also a very important activity, because gold has been long cherished as an important investment as well as a prized possession.

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  • January 1, 2016

    5 Factors Affecting Gold Price

    India is the world’s largest gold consumer. While demand for gold has been seeing a downward trend in the global economy for the past 5 years, the Indian love saga with the yellow metal is in full vigour. In 2014, India consumed almost 842 tonnes of gold – more than any other country, and this year too, in the third quarter of 2015, we consumed around 225 tonnes of gold.

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  • November 16, 2015


    To bring Golden Delights to each Customer!At Thangamayil we value values more than gold. At our core, we aren’t just a jewellery store, we represent an inextricable part of our society’s cultural and economic fabric. Our existence as a business directly and indirectly affects all the stakeholders connected with us; and our existence as a jewellery retailer in South India, particularly, binds us to the emotional and sentimental value that gold and jewellery bring to people.

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