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Indian Jewelers in Canada catering to South Asians and others

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On this page, you will find a comprehensive listing of custom Jewelers, merchants, jewellery shops and other vendors specializing in jewellery for Indians, South Asians and others in Canada. For listings in the US, please visit the main Jewelery section of You may also review the Article on Jewellery

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M.A Jewellers Ltd 
2575 Steeles Ave E, Unit 5, 
Brampton, Ontario L6T 5T1 
Phone:(905) 789-0660 

Rimpy Jewellers
124 Kennedy Road South,
Brampton, On L6W 3E7
Phone: (905)450-5569


Aziz Jewellers
2643 Islington Ave
Etobicoke, ON, M9V 2X4
Telephone (416) 740-6666

Nikhaar Jewellers
2660 Islington Ave
Etobicoke, ON, M9V 2X5
Telephone (416) 741-8952

Randhawa Jewellers
1066A Albion Rd
Etobicoke, ON, M9V 1A7
Telephone (416) 744-7534

Raj & Meera's Jewellers
2650 Islington Ave
Etobicoke, ON, M9V 2X5
Telephone (416) 743-0100

Raghu Jewellers Inc
1064 Albion Rd
Etobicoke, ON, M9V 1A7
Telephone (416) 740-1266



Arnik Jewellers
3100 Ridgeway Dr Suite 29
Mississauga, L5L 5M5
Phone: 905-569-6462

Ashok Jewellers
7114 Airport Road
Malton, ON L4T 2G7
Phone : 905-671-4290

Ambals Jewellery
3415 Dixie Rd
Mississauga, ON, L4Y 2B1
Telephone (905) 602-9059

Ambika Jewellers
Unit 1, 25 Agnes St
Mississauga, ON, L5B 3X7
Telephone (905) 270-6921

Jay Jewellers
1151 Dundas St W
Mississauga, ON, L5C 1C6
Telephone (905) 896-7080

Kohinoor Jewellers
7071 Airport Rd
Mississauga, ON, L4T 4J3
Telephone (905) 405-0777

New Sri Sajee Jewellery
3085 Hurontario St
Mississauga, ON, L5A 4E4
Telephone (905) 848-8730

Vivah Jewellery & Fashion Accessories
100 City Centre Dr
Mississauga, ON, L5B 2C9
Telephone (905) 277-5232

Ruby Jewellers
7086 Airport Rd
Mississauga, ON, L4T 2G8
Telephone (905) 677-6888

Rana Jewellers Inc
7160 Airport Rd
Mississauga, ON, L4T 2H2
Telephone (905) 672-7207

100 City Centre Dr
Mississauga, ON, L5B 2C9
Telephone (905) 270-6882

Sony Jewellers
Suite 5, 7086 Airport Rd
Mississauga, ON, L4T 2G8
Telephone (905) 293-9777

Shivani Jewellers
7134 Airport Rd
Mississauga, ON, L4T 2H1
Telephone (905) 671-4545

Vasantha Maalikkai Jewellery
3025 Hurontario St
Mississauga, ON, L5A 2H1
Telephone (905) 848-5151

Vivah Jewellery & Fashion Accessories
5100 Erin Mills Pky
Mississauga, ON, L5M 4Z5
Telephone (905) 608-9189

Royal Dubai Jewellers
7146 Airport Rd
Mississauga, ON, L4T 2H1
Telephone (905) 676-1212


Anicka Jewellery
2 Fenton Road,
Markham ON L3R 7B4
Tel: (905) 474-1253

Kahn's Jewellers
300 John St - # 304
Markham, ON L3T 5W4


Romika Jewels
7240 Woodbine Av, Suite # 201
Markham, Ontario- L3R 1A4
Ph: (416) 271 6088 / 905-4892427


North York

Kumar Jewellers
832 Wilson Ave
North York, ON, M3K 1E5
Telephone (416) 633-0664

Vivah Fashion Jewellery
6464 Yonge St
North York, ON, M2M 3X4
Telephone (416) 225-2812

Vivah Fashion Accessories
4841 Yonge St
North York, ON, M2N 5X2
Telephone (416) 229-2869


Richmond Hill


Ambika Jewellery
3852 Finch Ave E
Scarborough, ON, M1T 3T9
Telephone (416) 335-1553

Bhanu Jewelry
1900 Kennedy Rd
Scarborough, ON, M1P 2L8
Telephone (416) 332-8693

Jayasaji Jewellry
3601 Lawrence Ave E
Scarborough, ON, M1G 1P5
Telephone (416) 431-1536

Khan Jewellers
1921 Eglinton Ave E
Scarborough, ON, M1L 2L6
Telephone (416) 615-0367

Shalini Jewellers
5200 Finch Avenue East, Unit 114
Scarborough, ON M1S4Z4
Phone : (416)-335-8138


Lall's Jewellery
1921 Eglinton Ave E
Scarborough, ON, M1L 2L6
Telephone (416) 752-2323

Sona Jewellers
Unit 7, 5631 Steeles Ave E
Scarborough, ON, M1V 5P6
Telephone (416) 291-7262

Shadi Jewellers
585 Middlefield Rd
Scarborough, ON, M1V 4Y5
Telephone (416) 335-1040

Selvasegara Jewellers
2347 Eglinton Ave E
Scarborough, ON, M1K 2M5
Telephone (416) 285-7269





Amman's Jewellers
1608 Gerrard St E
Toronto, ON, M4L 2A5
Telephone (416) 461-6217

Bamiyan Silver Jewellery
55 Queen St E
Toronto, ON, M5C 1R6
Telephone (416) 603-3983

Divass Jewellery & Design
531 Yonge St
Toronto, ON, M4Y 1Y5
Telephone (416) 929-8346

Gujrat Jewellers
1425 Gerrard St E
Toronto, ON, M4L 1Z7
Telephone (416) 466-3479

Maharaj Jewellery
1448 Queen St W
Toronto, ON, M6K 1M2
Telephone (416) 531-4848


New Maharani Jewelers
1011, Albion Rd,
Rexdale, ON M9V 1A6

Randhawa Jewelers
1066A, Albion Rd,
Rexdale, ON M9V 1A7

Famili Jewellers
1005, Albion Road,
Toronto, On M9V1A6
Phone: (416)-745-7558

Payal Jewellers
1426 Gerrard St E
Toronto, ON, M4L 1Z6
Telephone (416) 466-7430

Vivah Jewellery
207 Queens Quay W
Toronto, ON, M5J 1A7
Telephone (416) 682-1085

Sri Kanagambika Jewellery
208 Markham St
Toronto, ON, M6J 2G6
Telephone (416) 265-9166

Sona Chandi
1430 Gerrard St E
Toronto, ON, M4L 1Z6
Telephone (416) 466-6694

Noor Jewellers
1390 Gerrard St E
Toronto, ON, M4L 1Z4
Telephone (416) 778-1377


Asian Jewellery & Fancy
524, Jean Talon West,
Suite 5, Montreal, Quebec
Mukesh Jewellers
22k and Diamond Jewellery
320 - 620 Cathcart
Montreal, QC - H3B 1M1
Phone: 514.861.3110 or
The Punjabi Market or Little India is a small commercial district in Vancouver, was officially recognized by the city as being primarily Indo-Canadian businesses.
Guru Nanak Jewellery
British Columbia
Phone: (604) 853-5259

Punjab Jewellers Ltd
British Columbia
Phone: (604) 588-5808

Raja Jewellers
Delta St. DELTA,
British Columbia
Phone: (604) 583-8300

Lanka Jewels Limited
32555 London Ave 326
British Columbia - V2V6M7
Phone: (604) 826-5766

HI-Class Modern Indian Jewellers
6570 Main St, VANCOUVER,
British Columbia - V5X3G9
Phone: (604) 327-3132




APNA Jewellers
Suite 139, 5120 47 St NE
Calgary, AB, T3J 4K3
Telephone (403) 280-5300

R K Jewelers
9258 34 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB, T6E 5P2
Telephone (780) 469-2838

Suraj Jewelers
4512 118 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB, T5W 1A9
Telephone (780) 471-3759

V J Jewellers & Sarees
Suite 1, 9261 34 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB, T6E 5T5
Telephone (780) 461-5307

Bombay Jewellers
Suite 1c, 5320 8 Ave SE
Calgary, AB, T2A 3P5
Telephone (403) 273-4887

Himalaya Jewellers
175 52 St SE
Calgary, AB, T2A 5H8
Telephone (403) 248-9688

Karwal Jewellers Ltd
9230 34 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB, T6E 5P2
Telephone (780) 450-4098

Sonali Jewellers Ltd
525  5075 Falconridge Blvd NE
Calgary Alberta Canada T3J 3K9
Telephone 403 273 9111

Phone: 780 604 5065


Jewellery in ancient India

Jewellery is worn by all, irrespective of social status or wealth, in India. The essence of India is truly expressed in its style, its craft, its sensibility, belief, rituals and customs. For a country that is geographically, historically and culturally diverse, its jewellery has perhaps, been the only unifying factor.

In India, like other human cultures of the world, jewellery was the earliest art form fashioned by man. Jewellery communicated messages of love, hate, power, hierarchy, marriage, widowhood etc. Gold and jewels came to be associated with the four aspects of life that concerned mankind - power, health, wealth and religion.

Individual items of jewellery, in classical Indian literature, were integral to a plot or served as a link in the story line. In Ramayana, for example, on Sita's wedding day, her father King Janaka presented her the head ornament (Chudamani) that he himself had received from Kubera, the god of wealth, which she later sent to Rama, through Hanuman, to confirm their meeting.

India was a principal production centre for beads by 3000 B.C. The origin of the simple black bead goes back to the 7th millennium B.C. To this day the lowly bead is yet the most auspicious ornament a mother gives her daughter. Lapis lazuli, turquoise, coral, carnelian, jasper and a variety of semi precious hard stones were imported from Indus valley cities of Harappa, Mohenjo-daro, Lothal where they were cut shaped and bored and re-exported to destinations beyond India.

Mention of treasures and gold in the Vedas compensates absence of material remains between 1500-500 B.C. In Vedic times the custom of exchanging jewels at weddings was also prevalent. India was the principal supplier of diamond and precious gems by 1st century A.D. The Kushan Empire encompassed a very vast area in which immense sophistication thrived. 

The Gupta period (circa A.D.320-600) is marked to have wealth and quality of court life than any other period in Indian history. Jewellery forms on sculptures have been seen to become more stereotypical and stylised, from the post-Gupta Era.

In ancient India, South India was repository of much of the mineral wealth in the country. In the 2nd century the town of Madurai was one of the principal gem markets. The ancient dynasties of the South amassed immense wealth and lavished it with unrivalled profligacy. 

The Cholas acquired their wealth through military conquests and held a monopoly over the gold mines and the pearl fisheries and gems of Ceylon. There was very little infliction of the Mughal culture despite their continuous invasion into the south. 

Kautilya (4th century B.C) declared that the trade route across Dakshinapathaka was the "superior route" for it was rich in mines and had abundant 'diamond, rubies, pearls and gold.' Jewellery in southern India did not evolve in response to changing India, more than any other part of country 

The treasure of the Mughal Emperors augmented the treasures by appropriating the wealth of the Indian states by military conquest The imperial treasury included items diverse as one thousand saddles of gold and drinking cups carved with rubies and emerald, over two thousand jewelled broaches for the hair and infinite numbers of diamond and pearl chains. The list was so exhausting that no one other than the keeper of the treasury knew its exact amount.

Jewels are linked with the past for the simple reason that these small objects of beauty concentrate on the culture of love and wealth. The power and pride of kingdoms was enshrined in jewels. (Originally published in




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