Rajasthan is famous for its variety of designs when it comes to apparel and accessories. The traditional methods and craftings of the Rajasthani craftsmen are famous worldwide for their small detailing and the gorgeous designs it results in. The Rajasthani ‘Kalakaari’ is popular and in demand worldwide. Here are some beautiful Bridal Chura designs of the famous Rajwadi style.
Wedding Special Rajasthani Chura-Bridal Chura Set Designs
Traditional Look Matched With A Modern Touch
Simply elegant Chura. It is a very light Chura as it does not have any heavy work. The bracelet at the start of it adds a heavy touch. The rest of the Chura with its White, Yellow, and Green colours and the Red Kada is pure elegance. It is extremely light and yet looks very elegant.
Colours Plus Shine Equals Elegance
This Chura is such an amazing balance of elegance, shine and colour combinations. The vibrant colours used in it, like Green, Red, and Golden and their combination altogether look beautiful, apart from that, these colours also match the colours in the Ghagra and other accessories. The white stones in all the bangles enhance their look even further.
Vibrance And Joy In Your Arms
Simple but effectively amazing isn’t it? The yellow colour makes the bangle so vibrant and eye-catching. Another different thing about this is that the Kada is placed at the beginning instead of its usual centre position. It enhances the whole look of the set as it starts and ends with Red but has a vibrant match of Yellow in between.
Amazing Bridal Look And A Chic Design
Green, Red and Golden are very auspicious colours for most Indian occasions. This Chura set has a combination of all three in a fantastic way. The Kada is plain Golden colour and has a beautiful design with red and green. The placement of the other bangles is statistical too as it gives a very distinguished look.
So Exquisite And Fancy In One Pair
Rare and brave combination. The colours in this Chura, Yellow, White and Golden with designs of red and green increase the beauty of the Bride’s hand and overall look. The white outside bangles with golden inside design and the all-golden Kada with red and green design pair perfectly together.
A Complete Bridal Charmer This One
Red is a very auspicious colour. Golden and white are also special colours in their own way. Thus, this whole Chura set is special with its colours. All the bangles in this set are Red in colour and are differentiated by the designs in them which show the creativity of the makers and also make the set heavy looking.
Chura For A Modern Queen
The Chura is the perfect example of how simplicity and richness can go hand-in-hand. The beige, colour of the bangles mixed with Red, Orange, Green and Yellow in little amounts make this bangle look very graceful. The small golden beads on the red parts and the golden Kairi design make this bangle look very rich.
Royal In Its Shades And Design
This whole set looks royal. The been-been Dani mini imprints and white leaf flower design on the Red Kada make this set look classy. Not only those but also the Golden bangles in the start and Red-Golden ones in the middle on both sides make this set look so queen-like, classy and dignified.
Differences That Enhance Looks Completely
This is one of the most distinguished Chura designs. It has white pearls, red bangles, silver Kada and a white-green bangle. The silver Kada and white-green bangle give it a modern look alongside the classic red bangles that have white stones attached to them.
The Occasion One Holds Onto
An amazing wedding Chura isn’t this? The Bride and Groom designs on either of the hands make this Chura perfect for the occasion of two people becoming one. All the red here is also a sign of positivity since this colour is considered ‘Shubh’ in most Indian religions. The Golden touch to it in the beginning and the end is making this Chura look very royal and classy.
Rocking A Simple Set With Grace
Simplicity and gorgeousness. These two words describe this Chura perfectly. It is a simple red and golden Chura with some white shiny stones attached to enhance the look of the red bangles and Kadas. The design depicts simplicity with simple bangles aligned before and after the red Kada that is designed with golden and white stones making this whole set look extremely gorgeous.
Light But Graceful And So Beautiful
A very light but rich Chura set. This is the set that doesn’t have a blood-red bangle, instead, they have used light pink and white. It matched completely with the ghagra set. The Chura looks magnificent with its colour combination and design. This Chura makes the overall look prettier.
Something New, Something Different, Something Amazing
This Chura shows a queenly feature. The off-white Jadau Kada with the beads and red-green design can make one feel royal. The other bangles are very beautiful with one of them also having a Moti Latkan. Apart from that, the simplicity of the other bangles is arranged so well that it automatically draws attention to the Kada.
Double Kada Means Double Classic Set!
Ah, an extraordinary Chura. Instead of the one Kada, this set has two of them, the White-Red one and the Golden one right behind it. This set also has three types of bangles, the Kada, the Kangan and the Churi. This is one of the most majestic sets that speaks for itself.
This One Is So Splendid And Classy
This Chura set is very sophisticated and decorous. It has two Kangans placed at the beginning and end and has a set of Churis before the Kada in the centre. The plain red glass finish Kada with Golden designs stuck to it makes it look very splendid and the mirror work on the Kangans adds to it.
Something Rare And Extremely Decorous
A fashionable and stylish set. It has a very rare aspect to it which is the colour black that adds to its magnificence and it is usually not used in Chura designs. Black with its golden design is a speciality that is not easy to find when it comes to Churas, but alongside black, there is also the auspicious colour red and the elegance of Golden. It’s an exquisite set!
Churas are basically auspicious in Indian culture. They are the first set of arm accessories a bride wears that symbolise marriage. Red symbolises auspiciousness, golden symbolises success and white symbolises peace, all three combined can give one joy. So the main colours of the Chura symbolise a happy married life for the new couple. For this type more information and collection do not forget to follow our page @K4fashion.
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