Buy Women's Maang-Tika Online
Designer Maang-Tika For Women Online
The maang tikka was for long intended to simply cover the sixth chakra on the forehead. Called the ajna, this chakra was considered the seat of prosperity or wisdom as per yogic doctrines. This point was the one that modulated the kundalini energy. Therefore it is also common to see married women wear a bindi on the forehead around this point. The wearing of the bindi was so that women can retain their strength despite their physiological changes that might come during child birth and motherhood.
In the modern era, none of this has changed. Everything remains the same – the chakra part, the seat of wisdom and energy part and the part where the short maang tikka or long maang tikka covers the vital area on the forehead. What have changed are the design etiquettes and symmetries. Some fashion stores seem to make a mess of this in their maang tikka online accessories. But online stores such as Voylla are creating a new breed of fashion in maang tika designs. And this new dimension in fashion is finding widespread acceptance. People are making a beeline to purchase these innumerable maang tikka gold, silver and embellished artifacts.
Voylla fashion accessories are ahead of the times. They are made with unique contours, shapes and symmetries. Someone looking for a maang tikka for round face would drop the idea. This is because most traditional maang tikkas and designer maang tikkas are made for all face shapes. Each accessory is on the shelf as unique as the other. People shop online at Voylla not just for maang tikas; but bracelets, pendants, bangles, earrings, finger rings and several other items. It is one of those rare stores that give equal importance to men’s and women’s collections.
On the shelves of Voylla in the maang tikka category is an eclectic collection. This is a collection that is good enough to be bought together! Given that each maang tikka is as original as the other – it is difficult to choose one over the other. To buy a short maang tikka over a long one or medium one is simply a matter of personal preference – because each maang tikka has its own distinct design.