History of Diamonds in India
  • Kirtilals
  • 07 Dec 2022
  • Whenever we think of buying jewellery for women, we often get confused between gold and diamonds. While both gold and diamond jewellery carry their own beauty and elegance — Diamond jewellery for women has gained immense popularity Read more

    Reasons to Choose Lightweight Diamond Jewellery Over Heavier Pieces
  • Kirtilals
  • 07 Dec 2022
  • The Jewellery trend for women is constantly changing. Simply put, the demand for jewellery is changing with time. For example, people are inclining more towards lightweight diamond jewellery today. Read more

    Glow and Go
  • Kirtilals
  • 19 Nov 2022
  • Diamonds need not necessarily be reserved for special occasions. How about making every day special with diamond jewellery that is light, casual, and practical? That’s the idea behind Glow and Go, a collection by Kirtilals that weaves together simple and easily wearable pieces of jewellery for the modern Indian woman. Read more

    How to care for your diamond jewellery at home
  • Kirtilals
  • 19 Nov 2022
  • A diamond is forever, they say. In order for it to sparkle all throughh, it needs a bit of TLC. Right from the time of its inception, your diamond has been on quite a fascinating journey before ending up in your jewellery collection. It is, therefore, important to honour it and handle it with finesse, so you can always bask in its warm glow. Read more

    Tribal Treasures
  • Kirtilals
  • 21 Dec 2020
  • Exchanging cultures has become a common occurrence with the rise in international business, backpacking travel trend, globalized entertainment, student exchange and fashion icons. Our world stands at the precipice of a new future where borders, languages, cultures, religions and other socio-economic constructs will no longer limit people from wanting to explore new opportunities in lifestyle. Read more

    Roman Regal

    First Nations were producing art for thousands of years before the arrival of European settler-colonists and the eventual establishment of Canada as a nation-state. Like the people who produced them, indigenous art traditions spanned territories across North America. Read more

    Native American

    With a motive to create an impact upon those who belong to different heritage and cultures, we want to shine some light and glorify the Native American heritage in our own little way. The design has been inspired by the well-renowned Dream Catcher. A small net-hoop that is said to be a manifestation of good and keeps the evil away. Read more

    Bheel Heritage

    An ethnic group in West India, Bheel heritage dates way back in 1868. Listed as indigenous people of the states of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan—all in the western Deccan regions and central India. Bheels are considered as one of the oldest and the second largest tribal community in India. Some Bheels trace their ancestry to Eklavya, the archer from Mahabharata.Read more

    The Amazonian

    Amazon is the world’s largest rainforest. It is also the ancestral home of 1 million Indians. They are divided into about 400 tribes, each with its own language, culture, and territory. Many have had contact with outsiders for almost 500 years. Others – ‘uncontacted’ tribes – have had no contact at all. The majority of Amazon cultures practise some form of animism. This belief system sees the rainforest as the home of spiritual life, with every flower, plant, and animal containing its own spirits. Their culture, lifestyle, and attire is also heavily inspired by this belief system. Read more

    African Maasai & Zulu

    Their main activity was raising cattle, but the Maasai have also been known for centuries as fearsome hunters and warriors. By the mid-19th century, Maasai territory was at its largest, extending over pretty much the entirety of modern-day Kenya and half of Tanzania. They are among the best known local populations internationally due to their residence near the many game parks of the African Great Lakes, and their distinctive customs and dress. Read more

    Canadian Oboriginal

    First Nations were producing art for thousands of years before the arrival of European settler-colonists and the eventual establishment of Canada as a nation-state. Like the people who produced them, indigenous art traditions spanned territories across North America. Read more