Vaddanam is a gold ornamental belt worn by South Indian women on special occasions. These occasions can include festival days, major family occasions, and weddings. like marriages as a status symbol in South India. A Vaddanam is one of the heaviest ornaments worn by a bride. A South Indian marriage is rarely seen without the bride wearing one.

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  • Vaddanam is a gold ornamental belt worn by South Indian women on special occasions. These occasions can include festival days, major family occasions, and weddings. like marriages as a status symbol in South India. A Vaddanam is one of the heaviest ornaments worn by a bride. A South Indian marriage is rarely seen without the bride wearing one. (en)
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  • Vaddanam is a gold ornamental belt worn by South Indian women on special occasions. These occasions can include festival days, major family occasions, and weddings. like marriages as a status symbol in South India. A Vaddanam is one of the heaviest ornaments worn by a bride. A South Indian marriage is rarely seen without the bride wearing one. (en)
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