Indian women have been sporting nose pins with pride for centuries. Just like any other jewelry, diamond nose pins have their own spiritual and symbolic importance in the Indian culture. According to Hindu customs, a bride is supposed to wear a ‘Nath’ or nose pin on her wedding day. But unlike a Mangalsutra, even an unmarried woman can wear a diamond nose pin. Though the custom of piercing the nose came from the Middle East with the arrival of the Mughals, India accepted this custom as her own. Now, with the changing times, diamond nose pins are not only loved by married or traditional women, but many modern women also love the way they look with a diamond nose pin.