Traditional Indian Jewelry World over jewelry is worn for number of reasons - adornment being the primary purpose. Jewelry is also sported as a form of symbolism and artistic display. However, some cultures, purpose of jewelry is not just adornment and display; it is also worn for curative reason. Complementary to such thought is the conventional view where the graceful form of a woman is said to epitomize the ideal beauty and mystery inherent in nature. Thus fitting each and every part of the feminine physique including the head, torso, limbs, and between the appended parts- have consistently been used to support ornaments, often in ingenious ways. Hence the stress on adornment of the women, who are but the poetry of nature. Ornamentation not only serves to please the eyes of the beholder but also fulfills an auspicious purpose. The impulse to adorn stems from a deep rooted sensibility to mark every occasion of life with auspicious symbols, designs and figures to obtain good fortune and protection from evil. Thus a fully bedecked woman evokes in the viewer a deep and ingratiating feeling of tranquil contentment, springing from an intuitive realization that evolving before him is an image of perfect beauty, symbolically conveying the richness and completeness which is but natural to nature.