Karma Suthra, Karma meaning destiny and Suthra means rope. The two words strung together in jewellery; with an eclectic blend of fun, spirituality and vivacity.

From time immemorial, India has been well known for it's ancient and rich tradition of jewelry making. Beautifully crafted jewelry worn by everyone, from the Maharajas to the village folk. It is this intrinsic essence of beauty that is captured in the new, timeless, modern designs of Karma Suthra jewelry.

Divya Thomas creates one of a kind pieces, using beads and baubles she's collected on her journeys to various parts of the world. Divya's keen eye for detail and ingenuity are seamlessly combined in her designs to produce exquisite jewelry. Each individual piece embraces positive vibes which brings peace and happiness to the wearer.

Divya skilfully combines sterling silver and pewter with rare and exquisite finds of wood, bone and semi-precious stones merging the senses and forming individual pieces of refined art.

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Timeless yet trendy

09-04-2013 : Timeless yet trendy

Statement jewellery is now one of the biggest trends around. Necklaces with large gemstones & cocktail rings are all the rage, declares Keith Fernandez

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Timeless yet trendy

09-04-2013 : Strung together by style

Serendipity took Divya Thomas by the hand and led her to a session of bead stringing. Four hours spent with beads; stringing, undoing and redoing combinations – karma came calling. The 'Karmasuthra' line of jewellery, actually.

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Jewellery designed by Divya Thomas