Krishna Jewellery

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Krishna Jewellery

An Enigma Transpires: Immortalising Krishna in Exquisite Jewellery

Krishna is the epitome of eternal love and mischief, as well as enigma and mystery. The lore and legends about Lord Krishna have fascinated humankind since ages. Legend has it that he is loved by the masses not only for his wisdom but also adored for his sweet divinity since he was a child. Whether you want to feel his mischief or his divinity, you can keep any of his symbols close to your heart in the form of our elegant Krishna jewellery. At BlueStone, we create exquisite Krishna jewellery designs that exude the grace and charm that are representative of the deity himself.

Symbols of the Master of Mischief

From fondly being called “Makhan Chor” for his pranks to steal freshly churned butter at his quaint Mathura home to being known for his mischievous and playful demeanor, Lord Krishna is loved by one and all. There are many symbols associated with the many facets of his life, from his birth and childhood to adult life and death too. The symbols also carry a lot of symbolism in Hinduism. The conch is representative of eternity and the five elements — earth, fire, air, water, and space.

The sudarshan chakra or discuss symbolises the mind. It is believed that Lord Shiva made it and gifted it to Lord Vishnu, one of whose incarnations was Krishna. The mace or the gada represents power. The lotus represents the cosmos. Remember how Yashoda saw the entire universe in little Krishna’s mouth when she suspected him to have stolen butter? The flute is the quintessential symbol of Krishna and represents divine music and the human heart. Another symbol that is adored by all devotees of Krishna is peacock feathers, which symbolise knowledge and beauty. Who won’t fall in love with those lovely blue, green, and deep bluish green hues on the soft feathers?

Buy Krishna Jewellery Designs to Pay Tribute to the Divine

At BlueStone, we have handpicked gorgeous Krishna jewellery in the form of stunning earrings, beautiful pendants, and elegant bangles, all featuring one or the other symbol that represents Krishna. The Mayurakshi Earrings are a visual delight and the perfect pair of earrings to brighten up your look. They are made of 18kt gold and resemble a dancing peacock decorated with diamonds all over. The Avyukta Pendant features a peacock feather silhouette crafted from 18kt gold and studded with a pear-shaped blue topaz and a white diamond. The attractive designs of the pieces in our jewellery collection are complemented perfectly by our competitive Krishna jewellery price.

The Janardhana Pendant combines a peacock and a flute in a beautiful and divine design characteristic of Krishna’s most adored symbols. This pendant is crafted from 18kt gold and is studded with a tiny sparkler of a diamond and an emerald, a compliment to the golden pendant. The Nandgopala Pendant is another piece of Krishna jewellery in our collection that combines a flute and a peacock feather. The intricate design crafted from 18kt gold features the delicate striations characteristic of feathers and is studded with emeralds. The Muralidhar Pendant is a beautiful take on Krishna standing cross-legged and playing the flute. It is crafted from 18kt gold and features a rhodium-plated segment that lends a stunning contrast between sunny yellow and fairy white. The Gopalpriya Pendant is another pendant that features a flute. It is made of 18kt gold and studded with rubies and pendants on a rhodium-plated white flute.

The Ananta Bangle is a classy piece of jewellery made of 18kt gold and studded with diamonds and an oval sky blue topaz. The stones are arranged on the top of the bangle in such a way that you can visualise a dancing peacock from its design. With so many classy designs and exquisite jewellery to choose from, BlueStone is your one-stop shop to buy Krishna jewellery online. Browse our extensive collection to make these divine ornaments yours.

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