Bangles

Bangles (A rigid bracelet with no clasps) holds great value in Hindu Religion. It is considered unauspicious for a married woman without bangles. As married Hindu women always wear bangles on their wrists. Bangles are also reserved for occassions and festivals for young girls who team them up with traditional outfits. For an Hindu woman, a bangl...

Bangles (A rigid bracelet with no clasps) holds great value in Hindu Religion. It is considered unauspicious for a married woman without bangles. As married Hindu women always wear bangles on their wrists. Bangles are also reserved for occassions and festivals for young girls who team them up with traditional outfits. For an Hindu woman, a bangle is not only a beautiful ornament, but it also symbolizes her womanhood and honor.

Bengali women wear 'Lohas' to symbolize their marraige, these bangles are alternatively known as the iron 'Kada'. Brides on their wedding are gifted with beautifully crafted, white conch bangles and red lac bangles.

In Gujarat and Rajasthan, brides mother gifts her a set of ivory bangles on her wedding day. Without these ivory bangles, a girl cannot sit for traditional Gujarati ceremony called 'Saptapadi'(Saptapadi is 7 wows taken by the couples on their wedding day).

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