The birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great gusto across the country. Beginning with fasts and worship until midnight, it is followed by devotional songs in celebration of his birth, with the cradle being symbolically swung in temples and homes.
In recognition of the intense fervor around the festival, ORRA has dedicated many a design in precious jewellery in honour of Lord Krishna. From the melody of his flute, to the dance with the Gopis and the distinct feather of the peacock in his crown, each element has been picturesquely brought to life!
Not only these pieces, but more recently, ORRA won the Blogger’s Choice Award (Non- Vivah) award at the Retail Jeweller Awards 2016. The award adds to the legacy of the brand winning multiple awards time and again at this annual event, which is touted to be one of the most prestigious awards for the Gems & Jewellery industry, as it recognizes and honors the talent that sets benchmarks and new trends in the Indian jewellery industry.
The astounding and finely crafted diamond earrings inspired from the royal Jharokhas, a true testimony to the “Pink City” of Jaipur won the hearts of the wonderful panel of blogger judges which included Zubi Ansari (http://www.velvetimagination.in/), Prerna Sinha (http://www.maaofallblogs.com/), Parinita Agarwal (https://shivangireviews.com/) and Anusha Iyengar (https://iyengaranusha.wordpress.com/). Dwelling on the peacock, an extension of Lord Krishna’s garment, these earrings can be worn in two different ways, either with or without the Jharokha. With the Jharokha, it adorns the entire ear, while without, the peacock sits dainty with its majestic feathers on display.