Odissi (Orissi) dance is a traditional dance form from Odisha. It is the oldest surviving dance form ofÂ India.
Silver filigree jewellery is an integral part of the Odissi dance costume.
The headpieceÂ is a part of traditional Odissi dance costume. The ornamental silver filigree headpiece adds a beautiful touch to the costume. The Mukut is made of two parts - The hair band is called Ghoba and the center piece is called Tahiya.
Ghoba is made of Petal shaped silver filigree andÂ and Tahiya isÂ made of Conical Madhumati.
Weight: 18 grams