Why do Indian women wear nose rings? (Part 1)

The nose piercing with elaborate patterns and patterns is a symbol of the beauty of Indian women. It is not just a jewelry item but also contains many interesting secrets.

In India, nose piercing is considered one of the compulsory rules for Hindu women. Looking here, one can distinguish between those who are Hindus, and those who follow Islam.

The custom of wearing Indian nose rings

Wearing nose piercing is no longer strange in the life of young people today. In India, however, it is a marriage, a child, a health, and above all a very sacred tradition.

Although nose piercing is most commonly used in India, it is derived from the practice of nose piercing in Arab countries.

Introduced in India in the 16th century, nose piercing is considered one of the mandatory rules for Hindu women. Looking here, one can distinguish between those who are Hindus, and those who follow Islam.

People call these nose rings: “Nath” and often worn in the septum (cartilage between the nostrils) according to ancient rules. However, these days, religious rules are loosened by allowing women to wear “nath” on the left or right nose. But Indians still have a special priority for the left nostril. They said that the left part of the body is closely related to the female reproductive organs. Press as much advice, the woman will avoid persistent pain on the lower abdomen during the “red light”.

Indian women often use large and small nose piercings through the nose, or attach small stones to the nose to indicate their marital status.

Indian women up to 16 years old have started wearing their first nose piercings. If delayed, that girl will be at risk of “dull” by not being Parvathi – goddess of marriage. In some areas, this is how people know if a girl is married or not.

Exported women will wear nose piercings, while lipsticks will not be allowed. People with more advice will receive the admiration and respect of society. This proves that this woman has a happy and sustainable love life for many years.

Young maidens often do not wear nose rings. It was only on the day of departure that the bride adorned her face with radiant nose piercing and elaborately decorated to mark the great moment in life.