Golden gajra jhumka is a type of traditional Indian jewelry that combines two different styles of earrings. The word “jhumka” refers to a bell-shaped earring that is popular in India, while “gajra” is a type of floral garland that is often worn in women’s hair.
A golden gajra jhumka typically features a golden bell-shaped earring with intricate detailing and a small golden chain that connects it to a floral garland made of golden beads or other materials. The garland may be shaped like a wreath or a series of loops, and may feature additional decorative elements like pearls, stones, or small bells.
This type of jewelry is often worn on special occasions like weddings, festivals, or cultural events, and is considered a symbol of traditional Indian beauty and elegance. Golden gajra jhumkas come in a variety of styles and sizes, ranging from delicate and understated to bold and elaborate, and can be paired with a wide range of traditional Indian outfits.