Collection: Seeshphool / Mathapatti

Mathapatti, also known as Maang Tikka or Maatha Patti, is a captivating and ornate piece of jewelry worn on the forehead. It is a traditional accessory that adds a regal and ethereal touch to bridal and festive looks.

Mathapatti typically consists of a central pendant or ornament that rests on the center of the forehead, connected to strands or chains that are worn along the hairline, often extending into the hair or draping across the sides of the head. The design can vary, featuring intricate patterns, filigree work, gemstones, pearls, or other embellishments.

The significance of Mathapatti lies in its cultural and ceremonial importance. It is commonly worn by brides as a symbol of beauty, grace, and marital bliss. However, it is also worn by women on special occasions, festivals, or traditional events to enhance their overall appearance and exude elegance.