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Intriguing Facts About Bangle Bracelets

Accessories for wrist such as bangle bracelets have always fancied one and all; accessories such as gold bangles, silver bracelets, diamonds bangles, and so forth. Today's youth in particular is extremely fancied by the trendy bracelets because of their availability in a variety of fun and exciting colors.

During the ancient Egyptian times, women wore gold bangle bracelets in order to show their prominence in the society. In fact even today women wear heavy gold jewelry as a status symbol. Gold has in fact throughout ages reigned in the hearts of women, in the form of gold necklaces, gold pendants and most importantly gold bangle bracelets.

Accessories for the arm has always been popular among women as well as men, and the simple reason being that, highly versatile accessories for arm are available that would go well with your exquisite evening gown and also with your track pants equally.

Apart from all these reasons, wrist jewelry such as bangle bracelets, diamond bangle bracelets and so forth also are worn for spiritual as well as symbolic reasons. In some parts of the World, these are worn by women as a symbol of their marital status.

In India women are found wearing circular arm bands of various colors, popularly known as Chudi, which signifies Hindu woman's marital status. In India, rarely would you find a woman wearing less than two bangles. The surds are found wearing a very poplar wrist band, called Kada, which is not worn by women. A Hindu woman after marriage adorns her hand with multiple gold bracelets or white gold diamond bangle bracelets or simple chudis, depending upon her family's economic status. These are primarily worn for two reasons; one is because it symbolizes her marital status and two, because it's a visible deterrent to adultery.

In the Bible, (Genesis 24:22) says "And it came to pass, as the camels had done drinking, that the man took a golden earring of half a shekel weight, and two bracelets for her hands of ten shekels weight of gold." Once married, she would thereafter continue wearing it as long as she is married.