These Online Stores Are Selling Stunning Pujo Themed Jewellery

Move over run-of-the-mill junk jewellery. This Durga Pujo exude festive vibes by adorning Durga-themed earrings and neckpieces. We bring you a list of online stores selling stunning Durga Pujo themed jewellery. Don't forget to DM us your pics!


Known for stocking a variety of offbeat oxidised, clay and brass jewellery, this pujo Soukhin has come up with stellar chunky brass neckpieces, all themed around Maa Durga and the festival as a whole. We came across a stunning chokher studded with cowrie shells, ghungroo and a brass mahisasur pendant. Pair it with your jeans or saris and you're sure to turn heads. These neckpieces start from INR 500.


Kundalini's handmade jewellery is a marriage of fabric and metal that is perfect for the pujo season. We couldn't stop admiring their neckpieces made of dhakai cotton fabric and studded with cowrie and oxidised Durga pendants in varying designs. Their earrings are equally eye-catching. Complete your Ashtami look by pairing these with your six yards. Prices start at INR 200.

Dada Accessories

Check out this brand to flaunt killer accessories, like literally! Their trishul and Maa Durga studs are super trendy and eye-catching. They also stock cool oxidised nose pins, themed around Durga Pujo. These are super affordable and start from as low as INR 100.

The Pompoms & Tassels Store

Run by Ankita Adhikari, this brand curates customised neckpieces and earrings, that are handcrafted to perfection. Their IG feed gave us major artsy vibes. For the festive season they have come up with stunning handpainted neckpieces bearing faces of Durga, Parvati and Kali. Their collection starts from INR 500, depending  on the customisations. 

Tattva - The Essence Of Art

This Durga Pujo let your accessories do the talking. We couldn't stop lusting at Tattva's gorgeous handpainted jewellery, adorning artsy motifs and designs. Their neckpieces are handcrafted and some are even studded with ghugroos. Pair these with pastel monotone sarees or a indo-western dress and your pujo lookbook is sorted.