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In traditional Indian jewellery Bangles are the most important part. The word Bangle is derived from Hindi word bungri. Bangles are called as Decorative ornaments have over the centuries acquired a cultural, social and religious significance. They are called Kangan in Hindi, Gaaju in Telugu and Valayal in Tamil. Bangles are also called as Chudi. They are mainly worn by women. They are usually worn in pairs, one or more on each arm in India. Single Bangle is rarely sold by seller. After the marriage the Indian women wear theme especially Hindu. It is signifying the matrimony. Nowadays men also started to wear a single Bangle on their arm or wrists which is called kada.

Bangles are not flexible like bracelets. They are circular in shape. Bangles are executed in different materials and different regions of India have distinct style of Bangle making. Women love to wear Bangles which are made from glass and gold or combination of both. Bangles are made from many materials such as glass, gold, silver, wood, ferrous metal, platinum, plastic, and lac. They are made of various precious and non precious materials. Bangles which are made from glass is most popular but now they are replacing in plastic. Glass Bangles are preferred at traditional occasions such as any festivals, marriages etc.

When woman wear Bangles they make different sound. Depends on materials the sound is also differing. Like Glass Bangles tend to make a lot of noise. Heavy Gold Bangles are known to produce an attractive tinkling sound. Besides the classic clanking of plastic and metal Bangles are made some sound. Heavy gold or silver and possibly glass Bangles are believed to be aphrodisiac for fetishists who are aroused by the clinging sound. It is important to known how jewellery sounds as a person could identify how precious the metal is. As said much talk has been made in romantic songs and movies about the sound of Bangles. Embroidery or small glass pieces or paintings or even small hangings are attached to the Bangles.

Types of Bangle

In the market there are many types of Bangles available. The material used to make the Bangles is most primary distinguish factor. Traditionally Bangles were made of various types of metals like gold, silver, bronze etc. Now this may vary anything from glass to metal to lac and even rubber or plastic. Another factor that adds to the price of the Bangles is the artifacts or the work done further on the metal. The rareness of a color and its unique value also increase the value. Bangles enhance the feminine grace and beauty of the woman manifolds.

Lac Bangles are one of the oldest ones among the all Bangles. Lac is clay like material which in molded in hot kilns-like places to make these Bangles. Nowadays Bangles made from rubber are popular. They are famous mostly in youngsters. They are worn more like a wrist band by them. Plastic Bangles are also look trendy like rubber Bangles. The unstoppable fancy and charm of these delicate works have successfully abridged the controversial barrier between tradition and fashion.

Bangles have bewildered Indian women from ages with their shimmering sparkles, tinkling sound, innovative patterns and magnificent colors. As a sign of marriage colored Bangles are available. Most usually red and green glass Bangles are being seen as essential as a sign of marriage. Red symbolizes life and joy and green symbolizes fertility. Usually eight to twelve glass Bangles are worn on each wrist, but there are no rigid rules. Women of all classes of Indian society are worn glass Bangles mostly. They love to wear these Bangles. Bangles are considered essential for married women.

Women from ancient ages wore Bangles as ornamental accessory on their arms and forearms to make them more beautiful and attractive. For our customer we provide a huge collection of various Bangles and handcrafted items, crafted with meticulous detailing. We are specialized in Bangles, Indian Bangles, Bangle, Studded Bangles, and Special Hyderabadi Bangles. A large collection of choice in terms of colours, designs, shapes and variety of gems, stones, beads, metals, aluminium, wooden, lac, glass etc.. We have a wide range Bangles Colorful designs and intricate carvings give them a touch of elegance.

There is a history of culture behind these beautiful accessories. Since the Vedic and post Vedic ages glass Bangles have won and enhanced Indian women’s heart. Starting from a newlywed bride under veil to the jean freak swanky fashion girl, everyone's frenzy is same for this fabulous jewellery item. Harappa & Mohenjodaro of the Tamil civilisation were discovered, beads and Bangles were found. Beads took many forms. Carnelian beads were once considered the property of the noble class. Another origin of beads and Bangles is the Middle East. They were on necklaces and bracelets. Square disc-shaped etched carnelian beads indicated that there was trade between the Wests. Bangles and bead necklaces were worn by both men and women. But carnelian beads were worn exclusively by women.

Bangles are fall under rituals which are still in vogue in different parts of this country. Adoring a married woman's wrists with green Bangles or gold Bangles bunched with glass Bangles. Often you will see Indian women wearing huge armfuls of Bangles, even while doing day-to-day chores. It is said that Bangles bring safety and luck to ones husband. With all that power a woman and her Bangles wield, a husband better be on his best behavior if he knows what's good for him! If a woman breaks Bangles (especially a large amount of them) her husband is in danger.

As it is a strong traditional belief that it is inauspicious leaving their hands bare the tradition of wearing Bangles also engulfed the young, teenage, and unmarried women. In Punjab choodas wear by brides or newly wedded women. She generally wears them from a period of 3-6 months. This choodas means Bangles are in red and white color in multiples of four. In Bengal women wears white conch Bangles and a red lac Bangles. Married woman wears iron kada. On all auspicious occasions Green Bangles are worn by women of Maharashtra. When Gujarati woman conceives her sister-in-law presents her a silver chain bracelet. In the seventh month she is also asked to wear a bracelet made of black thread and five kowdis - a kind of shell. It is believed that this bracelet helps in an easy delivery.

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No matter where these pieces of jewellery originated from

Indian bangles have been around for hundreds of years, but they are more fun and versatile than ever right now. Jewellery was made from the hills and sands of Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and Persia an in particular from the Kurdistan hills. Square disc-shaped etched carnelian beads indicated that there was trade between the West. They originated from Roman, Kurdish, Byzantine and Ottoman times.

No matter where these pieces of jewellery originated from they were and still are a sign of elusive beauty and elegance. Carnelian beads were once considered the property of the noble class. Another origin of beads and bangles is the Middle East.

Gemstones are so fascinating!

Gemstones are so fascinating! As colorful as the rainbow and as sparkling as fine leaded crystal gemstones have captured the imaginations and desires of men and perhaps especially, women, for ages. Their colors, properties, myths, and legends are diverse and fascinating.

So you can clarify any questions and get the answers you need to make an informed decision. Folklore about stones has been revered and honored for centuries in all cultures. The information presented on these pages was compiled from a wide variety of rock, gem and lapidary books and from information gathered on the internet.

A gemstone is a stone that is beautiful

A gemstone is a stone that is beautiful, rare, and durable resistant to abrasion. Today, finer gemstone specimens are available to the average person than at any time in history.

Nowadays such a distinction is no longer made by the trade. Rare or unusual gemstones, generally meant to include those gemstones which occur so infrequently in gem quality that they are scarcely known except to connoisseurs, include andalusite, cassiterite and bixbite. Some minerals can be very beautiful, but they may be too soft and will scratch easily (such as the mineral fluorite). Fluorite is extremely colorful and pretty but has a hardness of only 4 on the hardness scale and has four perfect cleavage directions, which makes it only an oddity as a cut gem.


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