The required length of nylon thread is taken. Double strand thread is made, and a knot is put at its end. Such two threads with the needle are taken. A preferred design pendant is bought, which has a loop on either side. The two threads are inserted on the right side of the pendant’s loop. Multiple knots are made to that loop for tightness. By using both the threads, a single golden-colored bead is inserted, which settles beside the pendant. Later in one of the threads, one golden color bead and two black beads are inserted, and in the other thread, only one golden bead is inserted, and that thread is inserted inside the black beads (with the help of the needle) that are inserted in the other thread. This method makes the black beads form a knot using both the threads in a designer way. This method of inserting the beads and knotting firmly is carried throughout the desired length, and in the end, the chain that is made is knotted to the left side of the pendant’s loop firmly. The excess thread is cut off. Thus a mangalsutra is made.