The South Indian bride is adorned like a Bharatanatyam dancer (a classical dance form from Tamilnadu, India) from head to toe on her wedding day. The ornament worn along the center parting of the hair is the 'netti chutti'. The 'suryaprabha' and 'chandraprabha' are worn on the right and left side of the netti chutti. A 'rakkodi' is worn behind, over the braid or behind the netti chutti as seen here. - Indian bridal hair accessories.
Govrishankaram is a necklace of rudraksha beads with a gold repousse pendant with an amulet box suspended below. Rudraksha beads interspersed with gold rings and a repoussé gold worked pendant and clasp. Worn by Shaivite priest only on a special cerimony. The central unit depicts Shiva and Parvati on the bull Nandi, the box is a container for a movable lingam or sacred ashes.