I absolutely love Diwali! Not only because it’s a festival of lights and colours, but also because it is celebrated with pure joy and enthusiasm across the length and breadth of the country. I love how brilliant lamps are seen everywhere you look and people are just happy in general.

Diwali in any home is incomplete without women of all ages playing dress up and buying gold. Tanishq understands the sentiment surrounding Diwali and has launched the stunning Shubham collection to make your Diwali a stylish one.

Tanishq, India’s largest and most loved jewellery brand, brings to life the magnificence of Indian temples through elegant heirloom pieces with its all new Shubham collection. Whether it is the musical columns from the temples of Hampi or the glorious pillars of the Hutheesing temple from Gujarat, this collection pays tribute to the Indian temple architecture in its entire splendor.

Jhumkis add a touch of grandeur to the occasion of Diwali and Tanishq has them in delicate floral patterns and elegant elephant motifs. Drawing inspiration from the ceiling and architecture of the Hutheesing temple, this trendy range captures intricate details through Nakkashi and filigree techniques.

When it comes to Indian wear, very few colors steal the show like the color red. This stunning collection not only draws attention to my best features, it also makes my entire look come alive. I love how the designs are ethnic yet contemporary and can be worn during Diwali and on any occasion that happens thereafter. Be it casual family gatherings or weddings, the range is carefully designed to look fab on every occasion and it makes the gold work on every dress come to life.

Tanishq wants to make your Diwali a special one for you and your family and is currently offering its customers up to 25% off on making charges on gold jewellery to celebrate a truly special – Tanishqwali Diwali.

Have an amazing and stylish Diwali!


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Photography: Vishal Hazare | Editing & Styling: Gia Kashyap |  Makeup & Hair: Priyanka Singh | Article: Munira Rangwala