Also known as kangan, a bangle is the circle of power and love. A clink and tinkle of bangles is something loved by little girls and older women alike. Plus, a kangan set is a must-have accessory for bridal and wedding jewellery.
At Anuradha Art Jewellery, we welcome you to take a dive into a magnificent collection of Indian bangles, fancy bracelets, pretty kangan designs and graceful kadas for women. To begin with, check out these styles of kangans and kadas online.
Bridal Kada Designs
Whether it is a set of dangle drop kada bracelets or a pair of queen of heaven bangles, our bridal kada designs are handcrafted by expert artisans to make you look even more gorgeous on your D-day.
Office Wear Rope Bracelets
Featuring drops of colourful stones hooked and dangled around a golden rope bracelet, these rope bracelet is best suited for working women or college girls. Plenty of colour choices are available in our collection of ladies kada designs online. Pair it with jeans top or an ethnic salwarkurti, it is sure to make your day a little more clinking!
Stone Kangan Designs
A dazzling gift for birthdays and anniversaries, these stone-studded kangan designs are sure to add fire to your looks. Plated with gold, these ladies kangan designs are now available for purchase in our e-store. Choose from the designer collection of rubies, emeralds, pearls, aquamarine and kundan kadas.
Gold Dipped Lattice Kangan Designs
Lattice bangles are the reminiscent of Mughal era. Jali work detailing, fine carvings and elaborate goldsmith-ery are some of the features that make this style a must-have for every woman’s jewellery box. Explore from a wide variety of mesh florals, peacocks, scrolls and lattices fabricated in our collection of ladies kada designs.
Antique Style Gold Ladies Kangan
Open-end bracelets with stones, pearls and gold balls strung together in multiple rows makes a fantastic combination to pair with a kurti or even a cocktail gown. Select the appropriate size and design from our box of glistening latest kadas online.
Not much ado about it, a hathphool or a panchagala is the traditional Indian style of bridal kangan. Also known as the jewel of five fingers, this ladies kangan design features a bracelet that beautifully stretches its tributaries into rings of the five fingers, which are further studded with floral diamonds, pearls and varied uncut stones.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Kada?
There can be two classifications of Kada, one which is a circular thick bangle made out of iron, meant for religious purpose, and the second is any thick bangle made of precious or semi-precious metals and decorated with adornments, meant for more celebratory occasions and events. Glittering decorated bangles have heritage value to them and can be a part of a family heirloom jewellery collection. Kada bangles are also famous amongst performing artists such as dancers and others. South India, East India are specifically famous for their Kadas in gold and have a solid tradition for the brides to be gifted with beautiful Kada bangles which they wear from marriage onwards.