Ritvi Kundan Bridal Kalira
These traditional hanging ornaments also called Kaleera are worn by brides in India and are usually crafted as umbrella-shaped structures with intricate details, including beads, tassels, pearls, shells, butterflies, hearts and sometimes even ghungroos (small bells). The intricate designs, materials, and rituals associated with Kalira reflect the cultural heritage of the region. It’s believed that if a piece of the Kalira falls on someone, they’ll be the next to get married. This tradition adds an element of excitement and anticipation to the wedding celebrations. Bridal Kaleera are not just accessories but are deeply rooted in tradition and cultural symbolism, representing prosperity, happiness, and the bond of marriage. They encapsulate the blessings, hopes, and well-wishes for the bride’s journey into married life.
|WEIGHT (Single hand):||78 gms|
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