Passa maang tikka 1

Passa maang tikka 1
passa maang tikka
 
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Passa maang tikka
Traditional indian jewellery for side heads with both side hooks attach on your hairs.

More details: Passa is traditional indian jewellery since mugal empire. Passa is hindi or urdu word used for one side. so this jewellery got many names. Passa maang tikka, half maang tikka, side tikka , head jumar. all means the tikka worn on side. its unique jewellery which give brides and dancers mugal or bollywood look.
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adriana
Dec 11, 2013
I have always had this obsession for side Maang tikas. Maang tikas are very common in Indian weddings. However, I haven't seen brides wearing side maang tikas very often. Side maang tikas are also called as Jhumars or Passa. I think a Jhumar looks very stylish, elegant and royal. It is one of the most beautiful ornaments that is a definite eye catcher and has a very Mughal look to it. Remember how beautiful Meena Kumari looked in Paakeezah. This is one trend that will definitely make you look and feel different. There's a distinctive difference between the maang tikas that we find in the typical Indian markets and the Jhumer or the Passa. Maang tikas are normally thin and long and worn in the center of your head. Whereas, side maang tikas or jhumars are short and broad enough to cover a side of your head as you can see in one of the pictures
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