7 ways to wear Maang tikka

By on May 11, 2010

Maang tikka is a must to give complete look to an Indian bride. Incase you have not tried it before on other occasions check out these 7 styles of wearing maang tikka and see which one best suits you…

1)Indian bride wearing an elegant maang tikka with two side strings to cover the forehead also

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2)Diya mirza wearing rajasthani style round maang tikka

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3)Rakhi Sawant wearing a heavy maang tikka with similar kind of side strings worn over the head in different style

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4)Indian bride wearing a flat big maang tikka which covers the entire length of forehead

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5)Indian bride wearing a centre round maang tikka with beaded side strings to cover forehead

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6)Shilpa Shetty wearing a maang tikka with heavy centre part and 2 sets of side strings to cover the forehead and hair

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7)Indian bride wearing a small centre maang tikka with the string hidden under the hair. Additionally  jhoomer is put on the side of the head.

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7 Responses to “7 ways to wear Maang tikka”

  1. preeti Says:

    Rakhi’s tikka is gorgeous! I wonder if they are real uncut diamonds.

    I like how the headpiece is worn higher than near the forehead line, something about this style is very chic and bohemian.


  2. Stephanie Says:

    I would like to know how a basic one would be worn? There is the one where there is a hook at the end, where would that attach to?


  3. Swati Singh Says:

    Dear Stephanie,

    Maang Tikka is like a string, with a center piece on one end and a hook on the other. To put it first you should do a center parting of your hair. Then place the string of the maang tikka on the parting such that the center piece delicately touches the forehead. Then fasten the hook to the nearby hair strand and put a hair pin to hold it firmly. You can leave the maang tikka string visible or cover it with your hair as per your liking.



  4. Maha Says:

    These are all very beautiful.

    However, in the last one, that isn’t a second, larger maang tikka, it’s a jhoomar.


  5. Swati Says:

    Hi Maha,

    Thanks for your input, will change it accordingly.



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