With the coronavirus set to be around for some more time, masks could become part of the wellness range of products, as well as a fashion accessory. Every dark cloud has a silver lining and jewellery workers in the city are determined to deliver that silver lining to couples forced to scale down their dream wedding because of the Covid-19 lockdown.
Due to the present crisis, wedding ceremonies are taking place in a very simple way and with less budget. So major portion of the money saved by the bride and bride-groom is being spent on jewellery. Citing this, Nashik jewellery artisans have made special silver masks for brides and grooms and for individuals to gift their loved ones. Interestingly, the demand for this precious metal in the form of masks is increasing due to current wedding season besides its enormous religious importance and and health benefits.
In Hindu culture, it is customary to give gifts to your loved ones on festivals. Nashik is famous for its handicraft silverware and purity of its silver and silver made utensils. The high importance of silver as a disinfectant is making it a good choice for customers. Many jewellers in the city have booked orders for silver masks from customers and this gives a right message underlining the essentiality of this precious metal.
The message of health is being conveyed through the silver mask and this is fast spreading awareness about silver and its correlation with health. A dual purpose of our love and the health care for our loved ones is being achieved. Even in the future, to meet the demand for such masks from all over India, our silver artisans are ready to deliver their best.
– Chetan Rajapurkar, President, Nashik Saraf Association