Bridal jewellery is never complete without the Vanki adorning the mehendi-clad hands of the stereotypical Indian bride.This jewellery with beautiful carvings make it look very regal.

Traditional vanki of south India is from where the name originated. Also called as clutch form or the ara vanki they appear coiled with inverted V-shape gold work with precious stones. This is most commonly found in south India suiting the Indian bride. Goddess Lakshmi , peacock designs and designs relating Hindu history are the common pattern available in these jewels