How Shiva’s adornments HAVE inspired us for “THE Shivaay Collection”

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Seals have been found at Mohenjo-daro depicting a figure sitting cross-legged in what some call, a yoga-like pose . This figure, sometimes known as a Pashupati, has been variously identified. Sir John Marshall identified a resemblance to the Hindu god, Shiva.If this can be validated, it would be evidence that some aspects of Hinduism predate the earliest texts, the Veda.
The term Shiva appears in the Rigveda, but simply as an epithet that means “kind, auspicious”, one of the adjectives used to describe many different Vedic deities.
Lord Shiva is no ordinary god; He wields a mighty power over the universe. Most devotees are familiar with the different legends associated with Lord Shiva, which uphold his status as an invincible Divine power.

Lord Shiva is also famous for his adornments, and it is believed that each of these adornments has a significance behind it.

Here’s how his adornments are an inspiration for us:


Trishul symbolises the Ida, Pingala and Sushumna, – the 3 main nadis in the energy body of the human system. It also represents the 3 powers of knowledge, desire and implementation.

Gold Plated Turquoise Trishul Kada

Special edition Gold Plated Turquoise Trishul Kada made in pure 92.5 sterling silver. A beautiful unisex kada has intricate work with a pair of turquoise in a bezel setting.

Trishul Kada

Special edition Trishul Kada made in pure 92.5 sterling silver. This unisex kada has intricate work with a pair of black oynx in a bezel setting, situated inside a dumroo, leading into a Trishul.

Trishul Ring

Designed around the Trishul motif, as carried by Lord Shiva, this ring has an adjustable shank, so it can fit any finger size. Suitable to wear for both men and women.

Third Eye

The third eye means another dimension of perception has opened up, so that you can see beyond the obvious physical. When it opens , it destroys Ignorance and Evil.

This ring represents the Ajna Chakra , on the forehead. The third eye is the eye of spiritual wisdom and knowledge. It is believed that Lord Shiva uses the third eye to see beyond the apparent and protect the good ones from the evildoers. All the evil and the ignorance vanish as the third eye opens. In Buddhism, the third eye refers to Eye of Consciousness, which asks followers to see the world beyond their physical eyes.


Rudraksha can balance the vital forces within the body and fight all kinds of contaminations. They denote purity. The Mala in the right hand denotes concentration.


Rudraksha beads linked with sterling silver to make a striking necklace.


Lord Shiva is considered as Adiyogi – the first and most accomplished yogi. The snake stands for the fully awakened “Kundalini” energy.


Styled around a naga, we designed it very aesthetically so that the coils look elegant. With the scales showing very clearly across the kada. A stylish Kada that can go with any outfit.


Beautifully designed as a coiled snake or naga , vertically wrapping itself around the finger. Extremely elegant . The snake also signifies the Kundalini rising. Shiva is often pictured in yogic posture. As an all accomplished yogi, the fully awakened “”serpent power”” is typically represented by the snake around his neck.It represents the ego , that , once mastered ,  can be worn as an ornament .


Designed as a coiled naga snake, this earring looks extremely classy and minimalist.



Shiva’s Tandav is the cosmic dance and his Damaru represents the cosmic sound and the Vedas.


This elegant and subtle Lord Shiva pendant with the Trishul and Damroo embellished with a Rudraksha is creatively crafted in 92.5 Sterling Silver. The Damru which is a musical instrument is largely associated with the Hindu deity Lord Shiva and is believed to generate spiritual energy when played.



Beautifully designed around a Trishul and Damroo with a rudraksha suspended – these will surely capture attention !!!

All of these adornments have a spiritual significance and our designs are truly inspired by these adornments.

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