Pity I can’t have them all !!

Girls and women of every age group in India have been fascinated towards colourful bangles since ancient times. They are made of numerous materials such as gold, silver, platinum, glass, wood, ferrous metals, plastic, etc . However, glass and metal ones are worn in pairs by married women.

I love the jingling sound of metallic bangles and I feel they add a dash to a woman’s dainty side. They have other uses too !! Sometimes you jingle them and its mesmerizing sound  makes your hubby smile ( and forget why he was mad with you 🙂 ).

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8 Responses to Pity I can’t have them all !!

  1. xandimusic says:

    excellent creative shot!

  2. Javi&Palace says:

    Imagen your both arms covered by tens of those bangles… you couldn’t even move lol!

    I liked this colorful picture mate.

  3. A J says:

    LOL!! Well I can move very well with tens of those bangles however yes I can’t wear them all at same time, it would be too heavy then. Keep visiting buddy.

  4. jmpix says:

    I miss living in India with all the wonderful colours!! thanks for sharing 😉

  5. Hi AJ – We occasionally have periods of time when bracelets/bangles like these become very popular with the girls here also! They are pretty and can be so varied in colour and pattern and can easily be bought in large quantity! You are right about the ‘jingle’ they make!



  6. A J says:

    Oh really, that’s interesting, please do share some photographs then. I would like to share one more shot of bangles here:


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