Originated in the Indo-Gangetic plains, Jadau is a highly skilled craftsmanship practiced in the western states of Rajasthan and Gujarat. A reflection of Mughal beauty, Jadau is a popular choice among many Indian brides. Polki, which are uncut diamonds and kundan, which are glass stones are two gems that are widely used in Jadau jewellery. A primary component of Jadau jewellery is lac, which is used as the base for gold foil and gemstone setting.
Have a look at what goes behind making a beautiful piece of Jadau jewellery, right here!