Dhanteras: Punjab Jewels readies for dhamaka

Dhantrayodashi or Dhanteras marks the beginning of the festival of Diwali. It coincides with Trayodashi Tithi (Thirteenth) of the Krishna Paksha of the Hindu lunar month of Kartik. On this day, Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Dhanvantari, Lord Kubera (God of wealth), and Yamraj (God of Death) are worshipped, according to an age-old practice. Some people observe Dhanteras today (12 November) and mostly Dhanteras observes on Friday 13 November.

Prior to Dhanteras, Jewellery business bloom. The incredible ‘Inaya Jewellery Collection’ of Punjab Jewels, Indore is such a unique confluence of art and artistry. With the new Inaya 2020 Bridal Collection Punjab Jewels is offering a mix of eclectic and traditional pieces in gold, jadau and diamonds, those are light in weight and are a great combination of modern charm and classical grace, perfect for the modern bride.

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All jewellery of the Inaya Collection is made in 22-carat gold. All jewellery on Punjab Jewels is BIS hallmarked and available with easy return and exchange policy. The amazing craftsmanship of Punjab Jewels has touched the pinnacle of beauty, incorporating Indian and Western, trendy and stylish jewellery has made a stylish statement giving the glamorous look to the modern era.

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