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Sabyasachi Mangalsutra: Cost, Material, & Latest 2021/ 2022 Design!

Sabyasachi’s Royal Bengal Mangalsutra, priced at Rs.1,98,500, bridges the gap between the millennial and the traditional hearts of Indian brides. In 2020, the cost of the Royal Bengal Mangalsutra was Rs.1,95,000/-, the design was upgraded in early 2021, and the price increased to Rs.1,98,500/-. However, for the wedding seasons, winter 2021 and spring/ summer 2022 , Sabyasachi further upgraded the Royal Bengal Mangalsutra and termed it as “The Royal Bengal Mangalsutra 1.2”. Just like in the previous scenarios, he revealed the price in the social media caption as Rs.1,98,000/-.

The Royal Bengal Mangalsutra 1.2 2021/ 2022 Launch

In late October 2021, Sabyasachi launched the intimate fine jewelry collection featuring minimal designs to revel in everyday luxury. The new line consists of earrings, necklaces, rings, and bracelets, and one of the necklaces is the Sabyasachi Royal Bengal Mangalsutra 2.0. The mangalsutra has three designs this time around. Two of them feature a separate circular hanging with Sabyasachi’s logo and are available with black and coral pearls. One of them only has a Bengal tiger engraving and is a perfect pick for the millennial brides who want to wear this traditional jewelry piece on a regular basis.

Sabyasachi 2022 Mangalsutra

Sabyasachi 2022 Mangalsutra

Sabyasachi 2022 Mangalsutra

Previous Sabyasachi Mangalsutra Designs

The alluring design features brilliant-cut diamonds, rose-cut diamonds, emeralds, and rubies alongside the customary black & gold thread. Priyanka Chopra’s Sabyasachi Mangalsutra is different than the Royal Bengal one and is reported to be priced above 5 lakhs. Her mangalsutra, designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee, features a pear-cut diamond in the middle, and three smaller diamonds stacked closer together just above it. 




Sabyasachi Mangalsutra Price

Recently, however, Priyanka Chopra added another mangalsutra piece to her collection owing to her collaboration with the Italian luxury brand Bvlgari. The latest launch of her collab features minimal, aesthetic jewelry pieces and one of them is a mangalsutra design, meant to woo the neo-traditional taste of Indian brides with a side of luxury. 

priyanka Chopra Mangalsutra




priyanka Chopra Mangalsutra

Related: Priyanka Chopra Launches A Mangalsutra Line With Bvlgari

The Sabyasachi Mangalsutra design features a gold pendant with a tiger carving, a polki diamond, and a Zambian emerald. The chain comes in the conventional black-golden thread. Unlike other products, Sabyasachi revealed the price of his mangalsutra design on Instagram. Earlier, it was Rs.1,95,000/-, but last year it was increased to Rs.1,98,500/-. Purchase here

Sabyasachi Mangalsutra




Sabyasachi Jewellery Line Has Been A Hit Since Its Launch in 2017

Having launched his jewelry line in 2017, Sabyasachi Mukherjee continues to revamp the Indian jewelry designs with his artistic flair and an urge to keep the traditional handicraft alive. If you’re a bride, you can surely not go wrong by pairing the Sabya trinkets with your bridal attire. 

Sabyasachi Jewellery

Sabyasachi Jewellery

Sabyasachi Jewellery

Sabyasachi Jewellery




Sabyasachi Jewellery

Significance Of A Mangalsutra:

We’ve seen our mothers/ grandmothers and all the earlier generations tie a mangalsutra for a long time now. And lately, they have been sucked into the debate of patriarchy. However, we believe that it’s all about your own personality and preferences. Some women prefer to wear it because it feels good to revel in the beautiful tradition without being considered as a symbol of patriarchy or an object of ownership. Plus, there’s a significant meaning to wearing a mangalsutra. 

The word mangalsutra is derived from the Sanskrit word “Mangal” which basically means prosperity, good luck, happiness, and success. “Sutra” means thread, so basically the mangalsutra means a prosperous thread. The word “Mangal” also denotes planet Mars, which according to astrology is the planet in charge of marriage. It also has the color red, which is one of the reasons why Indian brides wear red on their wedding day




The black beads in the mangalsutra are present to repel any evil eye. The design of the mangalsutra is also considered to be symbolic of the union of Parvati and Shiva. The black beads symbolize Shiv Ji while the gold symbolizes Goddess Parvati. These black beads are also thought to have the power of all the elements, which helps maintain a strong relationship between husband and wife. 

Besides these significant aspects, the mangalsutra is also said to have healing properties. How you ask? Mangalsutra is made of gold and is recommended that it should touch the skin and be worn within your innermost garment. According to Ayurveda, gold has healing properties and can protect your heart health. Further, the metal has the ability to draw positive energies from the universe to help maintain a balanced and peaceful mind in the newly married couple. 

Earlier, the mangalsutra was a thread smeared in turmeric paste that was tied around the neck of the bride with three knots. But nowadays it’s worn like a necklace. The groom ties the necklace during pheras with the priest chanting prayers. Once the mangalsutra is tied, it basically signifies that the bride & groom are now one and united for seven lifetimes. 

Mangalsutra – A Fashion Quotient




Brides are picking mangalsutra designs that gel into their preferences, style, and usage. The Sabyasachi Mangalsutra is a testament to women leading towards minimal designs that can be easily re-worn on different occasions. The Priyanka Chopra X Bvlgari Mangalsutra further scores this trend. Needless to say, you can find any kind of design you want in the market. The 24k gold is highly sought-after, but so is 18 karats with intricate designs and embellishments. Diamonds are also taking a forefront in mangalsutra designs. Whatever the case, Indian women are finding a functional design that lets them embrace this beautiful tradition with open arms even in a fast-paced life. 

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