10 Contemporary Choora Designs for the Trend Setting Brides
Traditionally the choora consists of 21 bangles in red/maroon, ivory/white. The colors represent prosperity and the set of bangles are a recognized symbol of a woman’s marital status and that she is a newlywed. They are gifted by the bride’s maternal uncle and aunt (Mama and Mami).
Choora is said to bring good luck for the newlyweds. Also, red is a very important colour for a married woman in India as it strengthens the bond between a couple. Fertility and prosperity are also associated with the choora, and it is worn for a minimum period of 40 days and maximum for 1.5 years after the wedding.
But who says wearing a maroon, pink, orange choora or even a diamond choora would do any harm? Here we have a list of 10 chooras to give you an idea of how pretty they all look!
1. Heavy Kundan and Polki Choora
Source: Shalini Verma
2. Delicate Gold and Polki Choora
Source: Sunny Dhiman Photography
3. Kundan With Thread Bangles
4. Rajasthani Choora
Source: Gopendra Bangles
5. Unique Blue Latkan Choora
6. Gujarati Patla Choora
7. Raja Rani Choora
8. Shell Choora
Source: creative zone (CLH)
9. Gold Choora
Source: Manubhai Jewellers
10. Contemporary Choora
Source: Zohaib Ali
These chooras are definitely making us awe in their beauty. We hope you got a few creative ideas with these pics