Solah Shringar: Kamarbandh for the bride Part 2

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We left on multi-layered Kamarbands, here are a few specimens to choose from.

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Multi stringed waist bands are available in both the typically traditional and modern designs.

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A huge variety including kundan, pearl, diamond, gold, and gemstones are available
in the market to choose from.

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This particular style is perhaps the oldest and the most basic. Another
significant piece of jewellery is the bunch of keys called chabi ka challa that is handed over to
the bride after she goes to her husband’s house.These keys signify that she is
now in-charge of the household and the treasury as well 😉

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Kamarbandh has a little more importance for the south Indian brides as the
wedding attire is a neatly tucked saree and the kamarbandh emphasises their
figure and binds the saree together. Since at South Indian weddings, gold is prominently used for jewelry and kamarbands are no exception therefore the
designs mostly revolve around gold with a little usage of pearls and precious
stones.

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Yet another graceful  Kamarbandh with a typical rajasthani design.

With the incorporation of innovation into the traditional jewellery, newer varieties of Kamarbandhs are coming into existence.

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Shradha Kapoor wearing a waistband with a lehnga  choli and the dupatta tucked in high above the waist using a kamarbandh.

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Exquisitely carved peacocks and deities and a gold plate as a base make this one a pretty lavish choice.

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An enchanting piece of jewellery indeed.This is such an irresistible waist band which makes even the non jewellery lovers wanting to have one.

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This one is for the gold lovers. A purely golden waistband with intricate carving and inscriptions goes perfectly well with a Kanjiwaram saree.

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Shilpa Shetty and Neha Dhupia flaunting their figure in a belt style and oversized chained kamarbandh respectively.

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Another modern piece of jewelry which compliments flary and voluminous clothing especially light colored lehengas and ethnic skirts.

Huma Abbasi

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