Big, colorful and traditional necklaces, armlets, anklets, earrings and rings are the part of Rajasthan culture. With advent of mughal empire, Rajasthan became the main center for production of finest and intricate kind of jewellery.
It is the major ornament worn on waist. It covers from all sides. There are small bells attached to it. It is also known as kandora or Mekhala.
The other ornament is Kankati.
All the ornaments worn on legs are made up of silver. They are Paijeb, Payal, Kade, chale, Naveri, Bichuae that are worn on legs.
It is chain of silver in which small bells are tied.
It is similar to paijeb. It is solid ring shaped wire. When it is worn it makes melodious sound.
Kada & Langar
They are hollow from inside. Langar is worn beneath kada which is made by joinig thick wires of silver together.
It is worn with kada. It is made up of solid silver. Nevta is also worn with kada.
Jhanzar & Noopur
The bells are there in them which make sound when worn.
Anguda & Bichuae
The anguda is worn on thumbs of toes while bichuae is worn on fingers of toes.
It is similar to haathphool. The rings of toes are joined with payal through hooks. It is worn on marriage ceremonies.
The other ornaments are todhe, tinke, lache which adorn the legs of Rajasthani women.