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Womens Trendz Handmade Silver Plated anklet/Ghungroo Painjan for Women and Girls

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Regular Price: Rs. 1,325.00

Special Price Rs. 475.00

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"Stylish Antique Silver Plated Anklet (1 Pair). Effortlessly stylish, chic, and cost effective painjan.

Size Variants suitable for diffrerent feets. Made from antique alloy of white base metal, these anklets are durable and have an excellent finish.

Skin Friendly - Nickel free and Lead free as per International Standards. Anti-Allergic and Safe for Skin.

Brand -Womens Trendz is a leading brand of Fashion Jewellery known for its quality products, collection & trusted by 1000s of customers worldwide. Womens Trendz sells the most phenomenal collection of Ethnic Fashion Jewellery selling since 2013.

Quality - Womens Trendz follows the highest Quality Standards to ensure that you get only the best Quality - proven by our outstanding seller Feedback & product Reviews. Unique Collection, The Best Quality, Secure & Branded Packaging."

Additional Description

The product is made from high quality alloy metals and plated with pure silver. The anklet is magnificent in quality. This anklet will add elegance in your looks and it will definitely enhance your personality in all the traditional functions as well as parties. We provide you 3 size options which will let you choose the perfect size for your feet. The product is at lowest and affordable price and value for money. precautions and handling instructions:-

1) Keep the anklets in air tight pouch.

2) Keep away from chemicals like perfume etc.

3) Salt water may cause to damage so keep away from water.

4) Meena Colors are only for decorative purpose, Meena colors may change position and colors may differ from photograph



Description

The product is made from high quality alloy metals and plated with pure silver. The anklet is magnificent in quality. This anklet will add elegance in your looks and it will definitely enhance your personality in all the traditional functions as well as parties. We provide you 3 size options which will let you choose the perfect size for your feet. The product is at lowest and affordable price and value for money. precautions and handling instructions:-

1) Keep the anklets in air tight pouch.

2) Keep away from chemicals like perfume etc.

3) Salt water may cause to damage so keep away from water.

4) Meena Colors are only for decorative purpose, Meena colors may change position and colors may differ from photograph

Size Chart anklets
Style Ghungroo Painjan
Brand Womens Trendz
Color Silver
Occasion Festival|Partywear
Material Alloy


Craft's Journey

Anklets also are known as Payal, Painjan, GhungruPayal, Pattelu or Kolusu as the name suggests is an ornament worn around the ankles of women. A chain or a string of silver accompanied by little clusters of bells. These ornaments have been again worn since pre-historic times.


Used by girls and women of all ages especially on festive occasions and weddings. As per Hindu Traditions, a married woman should continue wearing the anklets since she represents Goddess Lakshmi for the house. Worn on the ankles of the Bride, it makes a pleasant sound when she moves around. It is believed that a Bride announces her entry into her new household with the pleasant sound of the anklets. Traditionally made from Silver, as it is considered inauspicious to wear Gold on the Feet. However, nowadays to reduce cost cutting they are made from various alloys.They could be encrusted with Kundan or Polki or beads or pearls or any other precious stone. Leather, Plastic or metal ones are also used for everyday use.Paizeb (or Pahzeb) is also a specialty from Hyderabad. As the name implies, it is a beautiful adornment for the feet. Loose chain links between the uncut diamonds set in gold in Kundan settings, make the anklet lie flat on the foot which feet closely over the ankle. There are small stone drops on the lower edge of the Paizeb in place of tinkling bells.

In the Kundan art of setting stones while making Paizeb, even gems of little value achieve a rich effect by skillful incrustations.The feet of the wearer are covered with Mehendi, as part of the bridal decor. A wide variety of anklets are worn in the different parts of India. The payal, gajra, sankla, chanjar, zanjiri, golusu and kaappu are some of the names. Most anklets of Hindu women were, however, made of silver, as gold was considered a sacred metal, not to be worn on the feet except as a decoration for icons in temples, or by royal families. Anklets may come under the category of artificial jewellery, but they sure know how to do their bidding. This is why you have just got to buy Artificial, Fashion and Imitation Jewellery Online India. Nothing can be sweeter than the sound of the clinking anklets on a female's ankle. An anklet, also called ankle chain, ankle bracelet or ankle string, is an ornament worn around the ankle of a lady. Barefoot anklets and toe rings historically have been worn for centuries by girls and women in India, where it is commonly known as pattilu, payal and sometimes as Nupur and it has got a meaningful tradition. While in Western popular culture both younger men and women may wear casual leather anklets, they are popular among barefoot women also. Anklets (of silver, gold, or beads) are sometimes used by some women as fashion jewellery.

Anklets are an important piece of jewellery in Indian marriages, worn along with saris by most of the ladies. Sometimes, anklets on both ankles are joined by a chain to limit the step. This practice was once prevalent in Southeast Asia in ancient times, where the effect was to give a ""feminine"" short tripping step. Today, a very few Western women follow this practice, but rarely in public. More rarely still, some ladies wear ""permanent"" (e.g., soldered) ankle chains and even connecting chains. Anklets can be made of silver, gold, and other less precious metals as well as sometimes by leather, plastic, nylon and other such materials. Metal anklets are of two types: ""flexible"" and ""inflexible"". Flexible anklets are often called paayal, pajeb or jhanjhar in India, are made by tying links in a chain. Subsequently, sonorous bells can be attached to the chain, so that the wearer can make pleasing sounds out of them while walking. The sound was also a reminder for people that there was a woman around, during the times of Purdah. Inflexible anklet is usually created by shaping flat metal sheet to the ankle and is not very famous. Worn around the ankle, Payal, or Anklet, Paijeb, and Paizeb, is the modern and compact version of Ghoonghru. In India, Payal or Paijeb was an essential part of a girl’s life right from the time of her birth to wearing it throughout her life. However, today Anklets are more of a symbolic ornament in different parts of the world and are worn for different reasons only occasionally. Thus, Payal is a form of Ghunghru. However, it must be noted that Ghunghru is synonymous to dance whereas payal is an ornament which is worn on the feet. Payal is a word that is used mostly in poetry to indicate the sound of the coming and going of the girl, her dance and the gaiety of the wearer. Payal was in fact once a compulsory ornament that a married woman had to wear, however, this tradition is slowly dying out now.


Women from Rajasthan traditionally wears the heaviest payals made out of silver, which signifies their tribe. Heavy payals are still worn in the rural areas of India, as it is compulsory for women to wear them after their marriage. Other varieties include the simple silver pair of payal worn by married women in India, meenakari and Kundan work Paijeb wore by the brides, Golden Payal with tinker bells at the hook for festivals, and many more are trending these days. What was used as an ornament to signify various things in ancient times is nowadays a style statement among the youth. Many Indians wear this piece of jewelry as a simple accessory, just as one wears earrings, bracelets, ring or any other accessory. A slicker and modern form of Payal, Anklets have undergone tremendous changes over these centuries. They have traveled across several civilizations and have evolved in new look and style. In the past, anklets signified a woman’s marital status. Now, it’s a fashion accessory that girls wear with their matching outfits, both Indian and Western. The anklet is now no longer an accessory that needs to be worn on special occasions. In order to suit one’s comfort, instead of being made of silver or gold like earlier, now anklets are made of plastic, beads, stones and other materials also. This makes them more wearable as a fashion accessory. Occasional Dressing - As mentioned previously, anklets were worn primarily by women as an indicator of their marital status. However, many thanks to the constant evolving of this accessory, it is now worn with different outfits. For example, metal anklets, with stonework are worn for special occasions with ethnic wear in India. Lightweight plastic or beaded anklets are worn with Indo Westerns outfit. In the West, anklets are worn with dresses, frilly skirts and even with the denim.

Suitability - Anklets can be worn with almost all kinds of outfits, thanks to the wide variety now available. Thanks to choices in material, like metal, plastic or bead, those with sensitive skin types can also wear the kind that suits them best. Anklets with beautiful designs are made available at Kalapuri to choose from for our clients.

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