Aham Finds

a series that attempts to discover stories and significance of different pieces of jewellery, of culture and our heritage.

Wedding Essentials

Wedding Essentials

If you have weddings to attend, we recommend a few MUST-HAVE pieces that will instantly elevate your look this festive season.

Pandadi Earrings

Pandadi Earrings

Name: Pandadi, Panderi, Pandada, Jhuma Panderi Origin: Saurashtra (Junagadh district) and KutchCommunity: Rabari and Harijan (Kutch), Mer and A...
Fakirani Jat Hasli, Kutch

Fakirani Jat Hasli, Kutch

For centuries, ornaments have served many purposes apart from wealth collection. One of purpose Ornaments also serve is to remove any anonymity, pr...
King Pratapamalladeva Necklace, Nepal

King Pratapamalladeva Necklace, Nepal

Look at the grandeur of this neckpiece!!At Aham, one of our favourite forms of neckpiece is the Hasli. Also called Hansuli.  Our search for vintag...
Bugadis: origin, types and how it's worn

Bugadis: origin, types and how it's worn

At Aham, we have been particularly fascinated by the Bugadis. About 7-8 years ago when i first noticed someone wearing them, i knew i had to get ...
Peacock

Peacock

  AhamFinds: The Peacock has been a prominent symbol that appears in several form of art, architecture, textiles and jewellery. It has been a sym...
Hasli

Hasli

Hasli/ Hansuli A rigid Silver torque. Derives its name from the collar bone where it rests. This basic torque form, preferably of one solid piece ...
The Naugari Kada

The Naugari Kada

The Naugari Kada.     Two part bracelet with projected simulated gajre balls made from stamped silver sheet.  Region: Rajasthan  Image source: Tra...
Kazhuththu neckpiece

Kazhuththu neckpiece

Kazhuththu neckpiece worn by the brides of the Nattukottai Chettinar Community
The Ognia

The Ognia

The Rajasthani Ognia are usually pipal-leaf shaped, hence also called as the pipalpanna or pipalpatti.
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