Paanghu- Kadhal – Kadhaigal

When she went on browsing for jewelry websites, she found one interesting website. It is none other than Stylori! When she went to the website, she was immediately gleaming in her happiest smiles!  GIFTS MANIA was really a mania!
Screen Shot 2015-11-17 at 11.47.53 AM.png Her husband was sitting near her and admiring her endless beauty and her charming smile! He wanted to gift something on their wedding anniversary.

So, he tricked on her saying that he was busy with some important office works and went on to the same website- where she browsed over. He found a beautiful pendant for her named “Amadis”Screen Shot 2015-11-17 at 11.35.44 AM.png


Amandis is nothing but a pendant in 18K Yellow Gold and Diamond and Ruby. It was so stylish and romantic for him when he dreamt of her wearing it!

He knows that her favorite was Jhumkas! He has seen her from day one while they met during their college days, that she used to wear beautiful jhumkas.

Screen Shot 2015-11-17 at 11.45.24 AM.pngNow he saw a very beautiful jhumka on this website! He started loving the STYLORI now, more than ever. He thought it would be wonderful if she wears it during any traditional functions like Deepavalli, Karthigai, and many more!

“Let’s steal for Diwali as 33% off is on!!” he said and called his lovable wife to check out the surprise, she was asking for more tiny jewelry! She came up with a very happy news that she is pregnant!

Now he has to search still more Jewelry for the tiny one in advance too!!! 🙂

12177819_10206683657622954_1177199961_nVisit for more information. Browse through their wonderful collection of earrings and pendants and gift your loved one a cherishable memory!

This entry is a part of the Stylori – Jewellery from the Heart contest organised in partnership with the Chennai Bloggers Club

#stylori #chennaibloggersclub #thinkingua


Author: Sow

Soundarya is a bold, non caffeinated person who enjoys all her travel by enjoying mother nature. She clones her deepest thoughts into writing in "THINKINGUA" She pens at: Thinkingua blog is all about her contemplatory musings, festivals, mostly about how she enjoys nature, her travels. She infuses a pinch of her creative thought in all her writings.

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