She stares mesmerized by the peacock feathers adorning keshava, as they gently sway not too far from the luscious locks. His mukhilan adorned with a perfectly woven ornamental paisley that ecstatically blooms sakura cascading next to his kamalanayana. Mukhilan - one who has the complexion of rainclouds (dark) - krishna.
Keshava - krishna's natural uncut long beautiful hair. Kamalanayana - one with eyes those shaped like a lotus. This lovely mayur (peacock; the lord adorned by peacock feathers) headpiece is dedicated to a celebration of beauty that can be embodied its best by krishna. Krishna always wore a peacock feather in his headpiece, and i could not ignore my beloved while creating a headpiece of such nature. Crafted with a naturally iridescent peacock tail feather, peacock sword feathers and peacock flue sitting on a coque saddle feather pad that attaches to the most intricate paisleys you can think of.
The paisley swirls in maddening love for krishna holding ruby moonstones and cascading down from which are the most delicate of keishi pearls held by rose budded copper head pins. Alongside ruby moonstones and rainbow moonstones also embody the beauty of sakura blossoms. All held together to tied at the back of your head with the most delicately made golden lace flowing with floral vines.
One of jhumki couture's first headpieces, this creation is truly uplifting at the same time fashionable, right on the spot. Jhumki couture oh my tasteful gaudiness.Jhumki designs by raindrops holds the creative right over her prose, design and imagery. This item is made of peacock feathers and keishi pearls, ruby moonstones, rainbow moonstones, copper wire, coque saddle feathers, lace.