Celebrate auspicious beginnings this Baisakhi with a new range of eternal platinum jewelery symbolic of the harvest festival
Baisakhi is celebrated on the first of the Chaitra month of the Hindu calendar and marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year. The tradition of buying something precious on this day is considered to be auspicious and Baisakhi also marks the start of the harvest season. Across the country the ritual of separating the wheat from its chaff on this day is followed and also keeping the wheat chaff in your house is considered as a sign of incoming prosperity.A new launch, beautifully crafted platinum pendant on the wheat chaff design theme that is symbolic of the harvest festival is ideal for this festival. White is the colour that symbolises prosperity and is the natural colour of platinum, an eternal precious metal that never fades or tarnishes with time.This exclusive platinum pendant in matt and high polish finish, with channel set diamonds and a single string of green tsavorite stones is one of a kind for today’s modern woman. It balances the traditional and auspicious intent of the festival, along with its modern design outlook.