Ornaments Of Indian Women With Healthy Reasons To Carry

Nov 27, 2014: India is the country which is known for its many traditions and unique culture in all over the world. As its life style has been playing an important role to the identification of India for a long time, These identification includes dresses, food, languages and ornaments.

Indian ornaments, have a variety of design and style, both traditional and modern days. Women of India love to wear jewellery on different occasion of the life as means of rituals.

Ornaments are not only worn for looks, prosperity and status but also for good health. Have you ever thought why do we wear ornaments? Here are some important roles played by these beautiful ornaments in our health…

Ring is the most common ornament which is worn in fingers by both man and woman. The nerves of our body are connected to each other and metal is considered good for health as ring finger has a nerve which is connected to heart through brain. Its also a sign of the marriage which has been promised between two souls to be live together.


Ear Rings
Ear rings are the ornaments which are also worn by both women and man, It has some different forms such as tops, Bali, jhumke and latkan. There is a nerve which connects three main parts of our body kidney, brain and cervical and the nerve passes from the ear lobe.


Bangle is circular shaped ornament which is worn in hands by woman. As there is a nerve in our wrist which tell us pulse rate these Bangle increases the blood circulation in our body and it doesn’t let the charges of our body go out.


Nose Ring
This is the ornaments which is worn in nose, it is called nath or nathni in Hindi. This is one of the compulsory ornaments as per Hindu traditions and should be wear by every Indian girl. It helps to breath regular and comfortably. These Indian traditions have become a sign of fashion now a days.


The jewelry which makes a woman more beautiful and gorgeous. Mangalsutra is the identification of a married woman in India and this is above the heart so it helps to regularize the blood circulation in the body.


Its called payal in Hindi which is made of silver and is worn in ankle. This is one of the favorite ornaments of a woman in India which makes a very melodious sound while walking. Silver is a good conductor of energy and work as a mediator between the two forms of energy, earth and human body, it makes a woman more energetic while sending the negative energy to earth.


Toe Ring
Bichiya or Toe ring is the traditional Indian ornament which worn by only married woman in India, in the second toe of either foot. As a new life of a woman begins after marriage and she faces different mental and physical changes in her upcoming life so this ornament makes her menstrual cycle regular and helps in conceiving process.


Maang Tika
Its an ornament worn on the head so that the hanging pendant places itself over the forehead and makes women more beautiful. Its also symbolizes the Indian bride, it controls the heat of our body.


The waist band/Kardhani also kwnon as Kamarband, worn around the waist by married Indian women. Silver Kardhani are made from superior quality of material and help to controls the extra fat of belly from all sides.


Armlet is also called arm ring or arm band, a ring of precious metal worn as ornament around the biceps by Indian women’s. Armlet was quite popular earlier but in the modern days its generally worn as fashion accessories by women. The arm ring help blood circulation in your arms and create right amount of resistance to makes arm comfortable.


Another Important Symbol Of A Married Woman:

In Hindu religion, married women have been applying sindoor in hair parting since ages. There are scientific reasons behind this belief. The parting line of a woman’s hair where sindoor is applied, there lies the most important spot, the spiritual center called Brahmarandhra, an aperture in the crown of head. This astral aperture is very sensitive, said to be the gateway to the absolute extending from perineum to the crown of the head, it is the place where parting is drawn and sindoor is applied.

Sindoor contains mercury, in it which is the only metal found in liquid form. When sindoor is applied in the hair-parting, mercury present in it, acts as a medicine because it is known for removing stress and strain and keeps the brain alert and active also.


The custom of filling sindoor in the hair parting is followed only after marriage because as soon as tying the nuptial knot, the free spirited girl suddenly gets transformed into a responsible wife and a daughter-in-law who has to take care of everybody present in her new home. Thus, under such responsibilities she sometimes get pressurized.

The mercury in the sindoor helps in cooling her down, bringing to her the mental peace. Hence sindoor having mercury in it works as a therapeutic medicine to deal with the pressures of new life by keeping the mind calm, composed and poised.

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