Khada Dupatta



Khada Dupatta has been the traditional bridal outfit for Hyderabadi brides for ages, and perfectly complimenting this grand outfit is the traditional Hyderabadi Jewellery.

Here’s a look at some of the exclusive Hyderabadi Jewellery –


The chintaak – commonly known as a choker, has been a part of Hyderabad’s legacy from time immemorial. It was named as chintaak in Farsi or Persian language and in Urdu it was referred to as Jada hua lachcha or a studded necklace. Studded with pure almas or uncut diamonds in 18 carat gold. And all dull green emerald drops or avezas hanging down to complete the look. The bridal look is supposed to be incomplete without the jada hua lachcha!


Maang Teeka usually compliments the jada hua laccha. The best traditional ones are studded with almas and have pearl drops hanging down. The teeka used to be the symbol of pride of the wives of nobles and kings. The round shape of the teeka is a symbol of the shield men carry at war and the two bead heads on the teeka symbolize the handles of the swords placed criss-crossed over the shield.


Karan Phool – the jhumkas are again a part of the set. A flower studded with almas or pukhraj with a studded jhumka hanging down. A very lovely piece of jewellery, and my personal favorite. Goes with just about every outfit. Gorgeous!


Seven strings of Hyderabadi pearls woven together adorned with avezas, uncut diamonds, and gold.


Jhoomar is another part of the Hyderabadi bridal jewellery. Studded with emeralds and almas in 18 carat gold woven with Hyderabadi pearl strings.


Symbol of the bride’s purity, honor and chastity. The Hyderabadi nath is a big gold ring with a big ruby bead amidst two pearl beads… to complete the bridal look.


Studded Hyderabadi bangles Joda – a Hyderabadi speciality. A set of 14 bangles with reflective crystals in various hues for the bride.

Khada Dupatta could never be complete without the complete jewellery… Its beauty is enhanced best with the exquisite Hyderabadi Bridal Jewellery.

Owning a piece of such jewellery is like owning a piece of art and a part of Hyderabadi heritage. If you wish to own one in semi precious stones and real Hyderabadi Jewellery. You can buy it from us –



  • Comment by salma — August 14, 2010 @ 1:07 pm

    hi i like diz website lot my brother is getting married in april month next year i want khada dupatta wid antique masala(border) its available can you plz reply thank you

  • Comment by nasreen — March 17, 2012 @ 2:29 pm

    great website for shopping need to see video how to wear original khada dupatta and the amount to purchase it

  • Comment by alicia — March 8, 2013 @ 2:03 am

    Hi i would like to knw from where i can purchase this JADA HUA LACHCHA. The same one as the first picture .

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