The tenth day of the rising moon and continuing in seven days, opens the celebration of the Kullu Dussehra Festival in the Valley of the Gods; a breathtakingly beautiful place in Northern India. Feel the colorful, enchanting and vibrant patterns from the deep orange marigold flowers that bejewel almost every celebration to the deep hues of red that deck up the brides on their most important day. The colors in this amazing short necklace are to it’s designer MARYJANE CLAVEROL an expression of her love to India, a country where she lived and changed the way she looked at colors forever. Meet this rayon threaded , neon orange and pink creation to it’s detail! The black lines of this necklace symbolize the Indian believe that people are blessed with a little black dot on the chin or under the ear to ward off the evil eye. The red tone that created the pink and orange lines on the necklace, breathes fire in the eyes of the beholder and is associated with one of the most revered goddesses in Hindu mythology: Durga. It’s neon spark and structure bring ethnic touches to the necklace, and includes luxurious materials such as glass and acrylic stones. The signature finish of Marjane’s touch with a modern black matte coated closing will adjust to any length you need it to be. *Kullu Dussehra Festival’s history dates back to the 17th Century, and currently attracts visitors from far and wide.