An ode to Indian Godesses…

An annual collection of jewellery to celebrate ones spiritual side, ORRA has launched its Nav-Siddheshwari collection of pendants. Set in 18k gold, this time themed around Indian goddesses, the collection celebrates the spirit of feminine divinity. Abundant with symbolism of her immense strengths of creation, nurturing and transformation, ORRA divulges in her spiritual likeness to Indian goddesses with this collection. From Saraswati to Laxmi, Parvati, Durga and Radha, it is a recognition of the strengths that she draws from each of them.


Comprising of pendant designs studded with nava-graha gemstones, each represents the key attributes of womanhood namely Lakshmi symbolizing prosperity and spiritual liberation, Saraswati a symbol of knowledge and wisdom, Parvati for her sacrifice & motherhood, Durga looked up to for valour & protection and Radha a dedication of unconditional love and spiritual excellence. The nine gemstones on the other hand symbolize the nine grahas of the universe: ruby (Sun), pearl (Moon), red coral (Mars), emerald (Mercury), yellow sapphire (Jupiter), diamond (Venus), blue sapphire (Saturn), hessonite (rahu) and cat’s eye (ketu). In addition, each pendant has been dedicatedly adorned with the symbol associated to each of the goddesses. From the swan to the lotus, or baby Ganesha resting in Maa Parvathi’s lap, each one evokes devotion from the depths of the heart. 


A perfect gift devoted to that special woman in your life, the Nav-Siddheshwari collection is available across all the 32 stores of ORRA in 21 cities. Patrons can also log onto www.orra.co.in to get a glimpse of this latest collection.


About ORRA:

ORRA is one of India's finest jewellery retail chains, having spread its glow with 32 stores across 21 cities. It has been at the forefront of design leadership and product innovation with 5 global design centres in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Antwerp, Mumbai and New York.

Sep 02, 2017
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