Indian Bridal bangles are known as Choora/Chura/Chooda/Chuda and are the special types of set of bangles, which are worn by a Punjabi Sikh bride at the time of her marriage with a traditional attire known as "lehenga". Originally these bangles are made out of elephant's tusk.The choora decorates the bride in a unique and extra ordinary way.
|Dulhan Ka Naam Wala Suhag Chooda|
Before marriage the bride's maternal uncle put Chura in the arms of bride. Usually these bangles are in red, white, ivory and maroon colors.
|Wedding Chooda washed in milk and rose petals|
|Bridal Chuda worn with Kalire|