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Women, and their exclusive prerogative

 
These gems have life in them:  their colors speak, say what words fail of.  ~George Eliot 
 

Women and jewelry go hand in hand, literally. A piece of jewel has many roles to play in a woman’s life – It can be an object that adorns her beauty, or an object that establishes her persona. 

 

There’s something very erotic about the sound of clinking bangles in the dead of silence. And something very reassuring when it plays as the background score in the house, through the day. 

 
 



Together, they make music. An anklet separated from its pair tells a story. 

 
 
 


An epitome of love, a sign of romance, a religious belief, a savior from the evil – a ring in the finger is a tell-tale of the state of mind, or heart. 

 
 


Sweet-nothings or a drop of elegance, reminder of womanhood or a completion of attire. Earrings are a mystery, always hinting at something not easily seen. 

 
 


A piece of jewelry can be a sign of sensuality, an alluring widget, an endearing entity. 

 
 


It can spell passion, on the verge of culminating into something higher. It can spell deprivation, on the verge of culminating into desolation. 

 
 


It can define the pain of waiting for the one who her heart misses, or the relief of breaking out of her boundaries. 

 
 

It can signify her coming off as someone stronger than her own will, or someone softer than her own feelings. 

 
A piece of jewelry can help decipher a thousand secrets. Or can create an undying mystery around  her. 
That, which you can’t snatch away. That, which only she can create. 
 
 
In the photos: Tulsi Zaveri, Shikha Raina & Afrah Shafiq
 

20 Comments

    • Thank you so much, Deepak. It means a lot that you appreciate! It’s very encouraging for an amateur like me!

  1. I will never look at a piece of jewellery without being reminded of its various nuances. Very beautifully put together. Loved the black and white pic of the ringed hand and the description. It has a poignancy and depth to it.

    • Thank you so much for the kind words 🙂 That photograph is one of my personal favorites.

  2. loved the clicks…. and the stories u have woven behind them…..waiting to see more 🙂

    • Hopefully now I will be posting more of these! Lots to learn though 🙂

  3. Swati – I think this is a masterpiece. The description is spell binding. I never thought jwellery could tell a story too.
    You might want to get this published in a magazine.
    Beautiful.

    • Thank you so much! This is just the beginning. I need to get better at it 🙂

  4. You should be published… Great article, beautiful photographs..

    • Could not find a publisher, so published on my blog 😀

      Thank you so much! 🙂

  5. THIS IS FAB WORK!!! swati- the official photographer and a story teller too 😉

    • Glad you liked the photos. Sometimes a picture speaks a thousand words. Sometimes they tell a story 🙂

  6. Beautiful !! Who would’ve thought there’d be a photo essay on jewellery , ever 😉

    • I always thought of jewelery as something very intriguing, significant. Although I don’t wear them much, but they always told me a story that I have tried to put together here!

      Glad you liked it 🙂

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