Indian bangles come in a variety of styles.

Bangle wearing is a custom that may be as old as the Hindu religion itself in India. Bangles are used to emphasize a woman’s beauty in India. These are important elements of an Indian bride’s and married women’s accessories.

It is frequently worn at special events, such as weddings and festivals, and typically, married women enjoy wearing it every day.

Did you know that the market is filled with a wide variety of Indian bracelets?

You can choose from a wide range of items, including Kundan and Bengali Loha Bangles.

So, for your convenience, here is a carefully curated list of Indian bangles.

1. RAJASTHANI BANGLES

RAJASTHANI BANGLES

There are many different types of Rajasthani jewelry!

Some of them are paired with Kadas and have lovely designs on them.

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These Marwari-style bangles are mostly made of red, white, and golden hues.

a. LAKH BANGLES

LAKH BANGLES

Lakh Bangles are popular in the state of Rajasthan.

They are made from a resinous substance known as lac which is secreted as a covering by the lac insect. They are found at reasonable prices in the city of Jaipur.

Lakh Bangles are available in many designs.

The most common and renowned one is the mirror work design due to its antiquity and shine.

You can wear lakh bangles with kurtas, jeans, and other ethnic clothing. For the office and festivals, Indo-western attire works well.

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b. RAJPUTI BANGLES

RAJPUTI BANGLES

Rajputi and Jaipur bangles are two other well-known types of bangles made in Rajasthan.

The Rajputi Bangles are symbols of wealth and regal status.

Such a bracelet features a ring and chain attached to it, like the “Haathphool” bangle.

There is also an ivory chooda that the bride is supposed to wear once she is married.

c. JAIPURI BANGLES

JAIPURI BANGLES

Lakh Bangles are a more traditional variation known as Jaipur Bangles.

They come in both floral and geometric patterns.

These Bangles are very intricately made and look very stunning.

Visit the renowned Bapu Bazaar or Johri Bazaar for such a beautiful selection of bangles when you return to Pink City.

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2. BENGALI LOGA BANGLES

BENGALI LOGA BANGLES 

Loha and gold are used to create Bengali loha bracelets.

If you don’t like wearing gold bracelets, Loha Bangles are the perfect option for you.

They can be worn every day and are typically open-ended.

Married women dress in finely crafted Loha Bangles.

Married women also wear Pola Bangles, also known as Saankha Pola.

The Pola red bangle, fashioned with red coral, and the Saankha white bangle, constructed with conch shells, are a pair of red and white bangles.

These bracelets denote a woman’s previous marriage.

Saankha Pola bangles look stunning with a red and white Bengali saree.

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