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Thank You India X Lucky Iron Fish

Thank You India X Lucky Iron Fish

Working to solve complex problems, like iron deficiency anemia, requires collaboration among many groups and individuals.

Thank You India and Lucky Iron fish are proud to work together to help make a difference in the lives of women and children with iron deficieny anemia. Each purchase of TYI's new Lucky Iron Fish Necklace will benefit the Sahara Centre for Residential Care and Rehabilitation. 

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Mala necklace – Our take on it

Mala necklace – Our take on it

Growing up in an eastern culture, Mala was used by Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs for prayer. As was the Tasbih – a string of 99 beads used by Muslims for the very exact reason as the Mala – a way of counting and keeping with your mantras/prayer. Rosary beads are no different for the Christians.

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Symphony of Necklaces

The Holidays that we look forward to will be upon us in no time!  As you anticipate the time with friends and family, here are some perfect suggestions for you to wear that are in the true spirit of the season:

What's a symphony without percussion? Add a jingle with this Triangle necklace

The music the Harmony Ball makes is gentle and as it sits close to your heart, tap it to harmonize your inner voice

The filigree bead and tassel are reminiscent of the ornament on your tree.  Wear it, and celebrate the season with joy that an ornament brings you.

Make your holidays musical, make them joyful and above all make time for yourself.

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Top 10 Bestsellers of our 10 Years!

Top 10 Bestsellers of our 10 Years!



Some tidbits on our bestsellers: 

We love naming our products after our patrons. Every once in awhile these names don't stick. The Martina ring is fondly called the divorce ring and now changed to the freedom ring, after a group of TYI friends bought it for their friends who left their marriages to better relationships.

Vice versa, the multibead street jewelry changed to being called Vicky necklace. This after a TYI friend, Vicky, who sent to TYI, many of her admiring friends of the necklace on her. The reference changed naturally.

We should call the Harmony pendant ball after our another TYI patron who has bought this pendant for everyone on her gift list for past few years. On the 10th anniversary, to mark her loyalty, we are going to call it the Harmony Heather pendant ball

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Layering Stories

There is an art of layering necklaces and we hope to demystify that for you with following of our favourite ways/suggestions. Curious which necklaces we have used to create this layering-fun? Just click on the photos

Putting together large chunky necklaces which then lend a 'collar' to your outfit

Braiding strands of the necklaces to create interest and impact

Selecting either gold or silver neck pieces and playing them to get the following effects:

Chains or necklaces that have no pendants to achieve the minimalist look

Add length instantly with a lariat

Stack them with a theme in mind: coins or charms or shapes or gemstones

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Jaipur Paradise Collection

Jaipur Paradise Collection

The inspiration for this collection comes directly from the Netflix series  'The Paradise'  

The bygone era of late nineteen century of trade, shopping and marketing with graceful ladies at The Paradise store, influenced the design of the elegant earrings and necklace.  

The sterling filigree pendant with a  semi precious stone perfectly matches the silk thread necklace.  The latter is identified as a typical Rajasthani art. We are hoping you will love this simple, and sustainable method of jewelry making as do our artisans in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

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What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

All the names we choose for our products have a meaningful story attached to them.  Some are chosen because of special occasions as in weddings. Then there are names of friends of TYI who have inspired us either through their personality or their style. 

Our Martina ring is named after a TYI friend.  Martina wanted something that fit her strong tennis hand and so we designed her the adjustable band; it has become the most favourite in our collection

.Martina Hammered Adjustable Ring

Similarly, the Salima cuffs were inspired by a niece’s wedding.  Salima’s wrist is tiny and the design had to be such that it would look dainty on her and fit her to a tee!

Salima Cuffs


The AF knot is in honour of nephew Alzeen & his bride Farah. It is cleverly coined as the 'Always and Forever' knot by the bride

AF Knot


The Mary 1 and 2 necklaces, are beads on a string and Mary 2 has a tassel.  The name is a play on rosary beads for Mary who also happens to be a devout Catholic as well as very loyal friend of TYI.

Mary One & Mary Two

Our favourite story on the names comes from our artisan/vendor.  In explaining that the earrings design intention is to have a bar and then a chain, this chain is then fed through the pierced ear, the artisan finally understood the concept and cried out "like Sui Dhaga" Which when translated is Needle and Thread.  

Needle & Thread in Gold

Ask us what the story behind the name is for other products……..and we will be happy to oblige: info@thankyouindia.org

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