Jewellery for Onam

The festival of Onam celebrates hard-working and nourishing spirit of farmers that harvest the crops. The festivities include fireworks, elephants decked up in beautiful royal fashion, boat race, prayers and much more. In the context of jewellery, what can complement the luscious golden crops better than gold.

Traditionally, women don kasavu (golden-white) sarees with captivating jewellery like Matha-pattis (head band), Vadannam (Waist Belt), Veni (Hair Accesory), intricate temple jewellery and other heavy gold ornaments. Some of which you can too opt for this Onam.


The charm of unfinished and natural diamonds which Polki design evinces, is raw just like its own nature. Don different polki pieces like well-crafted earrings from Avyana collection from Manuvel Malabar Jewellers. You can pair them up with traditional kasavu and dazzle along with the Onam vibes.


A little different than Polki, Kundan is glass and stone inlaid gold jewellery. It is one of the oldest and purest form of gold. South Indian Kundan harams will make this auspicious festival even more felicitous.

Temple Jewellery

The intricate goddesses’ motifs on gold has straight away become most sought-after trend in today’s time. One can adorn temple jewellery set during Pooja time and look spot-on during the occasion. The set can be amalgamation of rubies and gold which looks stunning.


White on white is an aesthetic that has never gone offshore throughout different fashion eras. If heavy traditional gold is too much for you, pearl jewellery with Kasavu will exhibit a fusion of traditional and contemporary, yet elegant. Put on pearl earrings and pearl clustered necklace for a striking appearance.

Manuvel Malabar Jewellers’ Traditional Collection – Avyana is crafted brilliantly with traditional designs and craft which is suitable for every occasion, be it wedding or festivals.