The mulla mottu, an enduring symbol of the Divine, is said to invoke blessings for the bride to be beautiful not just in her physical attributes but in mind and spirit as well.
The neckpiece is worn as the last chain in her wedding finery. The length of the necklace can be altered according to the bride’s preference by adjusting the thread it hangs from.
The kasu mala, also known as the Lakshmi mala, is a gorgeous necklace made of an array of gold coins, each imprinted with an image of the Goddess of Wealth.
Said to be the harbinger of prosperity, the kasu mala is auspicious in all Malayali weddings. A unique symbolism of feminine unity, it may vary in length according to the bride’s preference. The classically beautiful and versatile kasu mala is traditionally worn by all married women who are a part of the wedding celebrations.