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Wood bangles are the most sought and an ‘in’ thing today. Read through this article to know more about wooden bangles.

Wooden Bangles

Bangles is a word derived from the Hindi word ‘Bungri’. Bangles are traditional Indian jewelry worn by married women, especially Hindu women to symbolize that they are married. However, they are used by most girls and women today. Bangles have different names in different languages like valayal in Tamil, Chudi in Hindi, Gaaju in Telugu, Bale in Kannada etc. They are usually circular in shape and are not flexible like bracelets. Though bangles made from precious metals like gold and silver, wooden bangles that are hand crafted, have become an ‘in’ thing for their exotic and intricate designs. Wooden bangles make women will look graceful and trendy.

Handcrafted Wooden Bangles
These wooden bangles are available in different patterns with different additions and permutations. They are also combined with glass and semi-precious stones and look pleasing to the eye. Wooden bangles can be combined with any other type of bangles like glass or lac and worn with any type of dress, both traditional and informal.

They can also be custom designed according to the needs of the user. Wooden bangles are available in different sizes, colors and with different embellishments. They also come in funky designs like sun, star, spiral, bangles with wooden beads stringed together and then attached with another wooden piece, hexagonal, octagonal and many more odd shapes and colors.

Wooden bangles are strong and hardy and can be worn for many occasions. They are easy to decorate as well. Here is an easy way to decorate wooden bangles at home.

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Your wooden bangle is now ready to be used. You may even gift it someone very close to your heart!