Bangles are the Indian jewellery ornament which have been in existence since aeon. Bangles hold the special place in every Indian woman accessory collection. Bangles are crafted from various materials like gold, silver, glass, plastic, wood, metal, shell and ivory.
Bangles are generally worn in a pair by women. For Indian married women bangles are must have ornaments. In India, bangles are known by various different names and have special designs according to different states. In Bengali bangles are known as Churi, in Assamese, it is known as Kharu, in Tamil Valaiyal, in Marathi Bangadi and commonly in Hindi, it is known as Chudi.
If you are in search for classic, designer, contemporary or fusion bangles then Anuradha Art Jewellery is the best fashion stop for you. Our bangles collection is sure to meet your all requirements. We offer huge range in artificial jewellery for women at affordable cost.
Let’s take a sneak peek at our bangles collection:
Traditional Bangles: Traditional golden bangles are the classic example of fashion jewellery. These bangles look beautiful with an ethnic costume. Traditional gold bangles feature wonderful intricate carving design and have embellishment of stones and pearls. Anuradha Art Jewellery have a wonderful collection in antique gold-plated bangles which will lend an appealing look to your persona.
American Diamond Bangles: Diamond is said to be women’s best friend and American diamonds are a substitute to a real diamond. American diamond bangles are available in beautiful designs and pattern. These bangles look beautiful with designer party wear costume and even delicate bangles for girls can be clubbed with casual apparel. We at Anuradha Art Jewellery always update diamond bangles design time to time, so that our visitors will get latest designs always.
Thread Bangles: These are the latest addition to the fashion industry and are trending nowadays. Thread bangles are handcrafted and look beautiful with an ethnic costume. These bangles have stonework on the thread which makes it highly adorable. Silk thread bangles design at Anuradha Art Jewellery is unique and worth-noticing.
Ivory Bangles: These bangles are crafted from elephant ivory (elephant teeth) and they are usually worn by Bengali women. These bangles are decorated with sparkling stones.
Gahu Tode: Tode is the typical Maharashtrian bangles. These tode or Kangan are in gold tone with beautiful eye-pleasing intricate carving design. Tode lends a royal touch to Maharashtrian women’s appearance. We have a unique range in Maharashtrian jewellery & Marathi tode at best price. So do not forget to view our Gahu tode collection.
Oxidized Bangles: Oxidized jewellery is ruling the fashion industry. Oxidized bangles are available from delicate to broad designs. These bangles look beautiful with Kurtis and cotton sarees. Checkout our exclusive oxidised ladies bangles collection.
Matching Metal Bangles Set: Matching colourful bangles set looks super adorable when clubbed with antique golden bangles or diamond bangles. These colourful bangles are available in beautiful designs and patterns. Anuradha Art Jewellery offers wonderful collection in matching bangles set at best price.
At Anuradha Art Jewellery you will find a range of designer bangles set available in all sizes and at an affordable cost. We assure you with the best quality and designs of our bangles.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Bangles?
Bangles are a band-style ornament worn over the wrist. They have a very traditional value and significance in India. Usually, all women and particularly married ones wear a lot of bangles on their wrists. Different designs of bangles and even the colours have their own meaning. The style of bangles a woman wears tells a lot about her background and clan from where she is. Bangles can be made from precious metals such as gold, platinum, silver and also other materials such as glass, copper, bronze, wood, thread, plastic, etc.
What are trending bangles designs?
The most trending bangles in the market right now are Oxidised Silver Bangles with bracelet, Gold bangles with diamonds and stones studded in them, Silk Thread colourful bangles with gold and mirror work, Kada or cuff style bangles with precious gemstones, Gold Bangles with coloured peacock motifs on both ends, Natural stone bracelet style bangles, Ghungroo metal or Gold Bangles, Vintage boho bangles with sapphire stone, and Filigree bangles with pearls and stones.
How to measure a bangle size?
To measure a bangle size, there are two ways to do so. One is to go to a jeweller and ask their help as they have professional tools to measure the wrist. To do the measurements at home, take a thin thread and cut it, now bring your little finger and the thumb together and measure your hand at its widest with the cut thread. Now mark the spot on the thread where the threads meet. Measure the length of the thread between the marked spots with a ruler and use an online chart to determine the bangle size.
What is the standard size bangles?
The bangle size may largely vary from one woman to another. It all can be very different for a woman to be comfortable with different sizes of bangles based on the material those are made of. However, the most standard and conventional bangle sizes worn by the major female populace are 2, 2.2, 2.4, 2.6, and 2.8.
Why Indian women wears bangles?
It is an ancient practice to wear bangles in India. Although, it may seem that bangles only enhance the beauty of a woman's wrist or the arms, but there are physical benefits too of wearing bangles, which is supported by science too. It was deemed in the earlier days that for women doing household chores while wearing bangles helped in maintaining the blood circulation levels throughout the body. Other than this, if a woman wears shiny bangles, it wards off all the evil vibrations and energies.