South India is deeply rooted in cultural beliefs and traditions. One of the most important elements in the life of the ladies here is their Mangalsutra. Today, the culture of wearing a thick gold chain has been transformed by the simple gold pendant into a slender and simple chain. Mangalsutra for women is not just a fashion statement, but a frightened thread that is a symbol of love, harmony, and respect. It is an inevitable part of South Indian culture and a reference to marriage. While the Mangalsutra is common to all religions (Hindu, Christian, and Muslim), its name is different, preserving the meaning of the thread. The South Indian Mangalsutra designs vary according to people’s beliefs. The Mangalsutra is bound to the bride by the groom, in the midst of a multitude of relatives and images of gods, in the background of hymns and pujas.