How to Wear a Mugappu Chain

A mangalsutra chain is an essential part of every South Indian bride’s ensemble. But it can be challenging to find the perfect one that suits your personal taste and cultural requirements. Check out these tips to help you select the proper mugappu chain for you.

This thali chain is 24 inches long, and the mugappu can be fixed on either side of the neck.


This gold-plated chain comes in combination with a fancy design CZ stone mugappu fixed in thali kodi. The total length, including mugappu, is 24 inches. The mugappu can be worn on the left or right side of the neck. It does not have an openable hook and is suitable for customers who can use 24 inches directly over the head.

For daily wear, the color life would last from 4 months to one year. For occasional wear, it can even last for many years. It is advisable to keep it away from chemicals and perfumes to maintain its color and shine. Maintain it inside a plastic box while not in use.


Add a touch of glamour to your traditional ensemble with this exquisite 22k gold-plated mugappu chain. It features a beautiful three-flower motif that is embellished with sparkling AD stones. It’s perfect for sarees, half sarees, and lehengas. You can also pair it with one of our gold pendants for a more elaborate look.

This tampon multi-stone big mugappu chain is available in two sizes. Its total length, including the mugappu, is 24 inches. The mugappu can be worn on the left or right side of the neck.

Mugappu chains are a popular piece of Indian jewelry. They are an excellent choice for enhancing your everyday look, and they can be worn with a wide variety of outfits. This traditional chain is often adorned with peacocks, various flowers, or both.


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Mugappu chains come in various styles and patterns. Most of them are nature-inspired, featuring peacocks, multiple flowers, or a combination of both. They are adorned in bright gemstones or plain gold to add a glamorous touch to your outfit. They can be worn casually or during special occasions.

Elevate your traditional look with this exquisite mugappu chain for women. This chain is crafted from brass and micro-gold plated with 24 carat gold for an elegant sheen. It features a mesmerizing peacock motif adorned with sparkling AD stones. This elegant piece is ideal for sarees, half sarees, and lehengas. The mugappu, which is shown in the image, can be on the left or right side.