Set in 22 Kt Yellow Gold (37.48 gms) Certified by SGL
The Haiya Leafy Bangle in Gold Bangles Model is tastefully crafted in 22 Kt Yellow Gold (43.41gms).This broad Antique bangle is aesthetically designed with a grand feel.
Set in 18 Kt Yellow Gold (22.66 gms) with diamonds (1.75 Ct,IJ-SI) Certified by SGLSave 5%
The Althea Trellis Bangle is tastefully set in 18 Kt Yellow Gold with 1.61 Ct Diamonds (IJ-SI). A stylish and Contemporary design with mesh work and diamond embellishments.Save 5%
The Swirl Filigree Bangle categorized under Gold Bangles Design is gracefully set in 18 Kt Rose Gold (12.81gms). This Designer bangle is an elegant choice for regular wear.
Set in 18 Kt White Gold (6.0 gms) with diamonds (0.47 Ct,IJ-SI) Certified by SGLSave 10%
The Atara Twist Sparked Bangle shines bright in (0.42 ) Ct Diamonds (IJ-SI) and 18 Kt Yellow Gold. A Classic bangle with stunning mesh work and a cluster of diamonds at the centre.
Set in 18 Kt Yellow Gold (9.12 gms) with diamonds (1.19 Ct,IJ-SI) Certified by SGL
The Glenda Textured Bangle comes in 18 Kt Yellow Gold with 0.68 Ct Diamonds (IJ-SI). This Classic bangle goes well with any ensemble.Save 5%
Set in 18 Kt Yellow Gold (7.83 gms) with diamonds (0.23 Ct,IJ-SI) Certified by SGL
The Pyramid Bangle is handcrafted in 18 Kt Yellow Gold with 2.46 Ct Diamonds (IJ-SI). This Classic bangle has a graceful touch and ageless style.
The Bette Alter Twisted Bangle is hand crafted in 18 Kt Yellow Gold with 0.67 Ct Diamonds (IJ-SI). A Classic bangle that is a must have in your jewellery collection.Save 5%
The Asya Wave Gold Bangle categorized under Gold Bangles Model is exquisitely set in 22 Kt Yellow Gold (15.6gms).This broad Traditional bangle is designed to shine with style.
The Aruvi Crafted Gold Bangle categorized in Gold Bangles Pattern is tastefully crafted in 22 Kt Yellow Gold (14.74gms).This broad Traditional bangle is aesthetically designed with a grand feel.
Set in 22 Kt Yellow Gold (8.55 gms) Certified by SGL
The Eilin Mesh Gold Bangle is elegantly created in 22 Kt Yellow Gold (26.51gms).This broad Traditional bangle is brilliantly design to dazzle with style.
Set in 22 Kt Yellow Gold (12.69 gms) Certified by SGL
The Freya Floral Bangle categorized under Gold Bangles Pattern is elegantly set in 18 Kt Yellow Gold (9.29gms). Choose this Contemporary bangle for any occasion and any attire.
The Kiva Layered Gold Bangle is tastefully crafted in 22 Kt Yellow Gold (26.12gms).A broad Classic bangle with a graceful design.
The Classic Filigree Bangle is delicately crafted in 18 Kt Rose Gold (13.62gms). A Designer bangle styled to suit casual or dressy clothing.
Set in 22 Kt Yellow Gold (7.5 gms) Certified by SGL
The Evie Intertwined Bangle in Gold Bangles Design is tastefully crafted in 18 Kt Yellow Gold (13.48gms). Style your work wear or evening dress with this Contemporary bangle.
Bangles are rigid circular bands that beautify your delicate wrist. They are a symbol of femininity that is of great importance to a woman, particularly an Indian woman. History has seen the use of bangles in many cultures including Roman, Mayan and Egyptian, where this jewellery was worn as a fashion accessory. However, it is only in India that the bangle was not just an accessory but bore relevance to the woman who wore it.
History of the Indian Bangles Designs
The word bangle originated from the Hindi word "bangri". It is also called "kangan", "choodi” "chooda" and by many more names across the country. One of the earliest excavations of the bangle was in the Indus Valley Ruins of Mohenjo-Daro. Many female figurines and idols of goddess have been found to be wearing bangles in their wrists, proving they have been an integral part of the Indian culture for centuries.
Much before humans were enticed with gold bangles and diamond bangles, our ancestors used natural resources like shells, clay, bones, ivory, glass, lac etc. to carve them. The style and bangles design back then represented the culture and tradition of a region. Even today we regard certain styles to certain states, like lac bangles are traditionally from Rajasthan and glass bangles are mainly produced from Firozabad or Hyderabad.
Bangles are a devout symbol of matrimony in the Indian culture. It holds great significance to an Indian woman. That's because this important wedding jewellery represents safety and luck in her marriage. Depending on which part of the country she belongs to, wearing gold bangles, red bangles, green bangles or ivory bangles has a lot of traditional value for a bride.
Customs aside, the modern woman today has learnt the art of minimalism when it comes to bangles. These are a few types of latest bangles worn as a stylish fashion accessory.
Bangles are rigid ornamental bands worn around the wrist. Designer bangles include various styles with added embellishments on gold bangle models.
Bracelets are bangles that are held together in a circular form by a hook or hinge. Other styles include ones that can be expanded and pushed together to fit into one's hand.
These ladies' bangles are broader and bolder. The thickness of their design gives them the liberty to host intricate and extensive patterns that make them a statement piece.
These bangles are thinner but are designed with elaborate work which makes them an elegant stand-alone piece.
These charming bangles comprise of a single circular strip that's studded with diamonds. Single line diamond bangles are a classic-go-to.
This is a new-age and minimalistic style of bracelet comprising the mangalsutra beads along with an embellishment for people who don't want to wear a mangalsutra necklace.
Indian women and bangles are a classic combination, whether you choose elaborate ethnic styles or traditional wedding bangles or the more elegant modern bangle sets.
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