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Why and How We Name Our Silver Jewellery - The Deeper Meaning Behind the Beautiful Names

Many of you have admired, appreciated and sometimes even been annoyed with the names of our products. But do you know that we put a lot of effort into naming each and everyone of our beautiful handmade silver jewellery pieces so that each one has a distinct name and not just a product code.


Poised Peacocks and Jewels in Silver

For example Atyuha, Mayil, Lasaka, Kalapin ,Kumaravahin, Ahirupu , Barha, Galavrata, Barhin, Zikhin, Anulasya, Ahirupu, Kajjara ,Kundalin, Mayura, Maruka, Nartaka, Ahibhuj, Neelakanta, Maruka, Sadhrata, Kundalin, Vanini, Zikhin all mean peacock in Sanskrit while Tavus is Turkish for peacock, Mor is peacock in Hindi and  Navilu means peacock in Kannada. And these are our chosen names for our ever popular peacock motif silver jewellery.

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Pretty Parrots Crafted in Silver 

Suka, Pakhi both mean parrot and the Suka pendant, Jhumka as well as the Pakhi Earrings, Jhumka and Bangle have parrot motifs on them.

Devotion Beyond Places of Worship

Our collection of Silver Jewellery with `Ganesha and Divinity’ all carry profound names . Akhuratha, Avaneesh, Alampata, Chaturbhuj,Eshanputra, Manomay, Gaja, Tarun, Avighna, Alampata, Varaprada, Gunina,Gajavakra,Haridra,Eeshan, Kirti, Devavrata, Ekadrishta, Durja, Ekadanta, Ekaakshara,Sumukha,Uddanda,Vikat, are all different names of Ganesha.

Aryahi, Annika, Ekaa, Kalika are all names of the mighty Godess Durga.

Godess Laxmi who figures prominently in our Silver Temple Jewellery Collection is known by various names which are used for our jewellery like Pragya, Kamakshi, Deeptha, Paramaa, Pratha, Aroopa, Mahakanya, Bhairavi and Aparajita.

Those pieces which feature Lord Krishna are named Avyukta, Saket, Mohana all different names of the same God.

 

Gem in the Name

Some of our products are also named on the basis of the gemstones used like Zukti, Mauktika, Meghaja, Rasopala and Induratna which mean Pearl while Manikya means Ruby.

The Hues of Silver Jewellery

The Colours used in the product also influence the names , for example  Alaktha means red, Shwetha means White and Nila, Nilavarna means dark or blue. Lohita and Rudhira also mean red, Swarna signifies Gold, Ujjal denotes bright. We also have the very popular Varna jhumka, and varna means colour while Vivarna means `filled with colours’.

Shapes, Motifs and more 

Not just colours our names are also inspired by the shape of the jewellery. The Varga bracelet, earrings,necklace all carry an unusual square shape and are named so because Varga means Square in Sanskrit. 

Amra, Rasala, Rajaphala, Makanda all denote the Paisley or mango shape and so is used to name many pieces that carry this lovely shape. Vartula and Mandala both mean round ,so we have the Mandala pendant and Vartula Jhumka.

Our collection of Antique Coin Jewellery also uses ancient Sanskrit words like Pana, Niska, Rupika which all mean coins.

 

So the next time you pick up something from KO and wear it, revel in the beautiful and unique name of the piece as our products have an identity of their own and not just a product code.

Have suggestions for new names? Please post a comment and you might just see a product name inspired by your comment! 


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