In many cultures, the groom’s mother gifts a set of Kangan (Shagun Ke Kangan) to the girl on their first meeting. It is a mark of acceptance and a nod to go ahead with the preparation of the marriage. It is also a symbolic way of showing faith in the capabilities of the new bride in fulfilling the responsibilities towards the family.
That means it is one of the most cherished pieces of jewel in any woman’s trinket box, given to her by her mother-in-law. So why not make it memorable for her. Choose the design that not only gives a beautiful start to your bond but also give her an impression that you are not a typical mother-in-law. But someone open to change that comes with a new generation’s thinking.
Here’s a trendy range of gold bangles by PNG Jewellers that are all things modern. Adorned with Meenakari work, these Shangun Ke Kangan are rounded off in ethnic styles but the fusion of gemstones, pearl, lattice pattern, and yes, varied shapes, infuse a modern charm into its overall look.
Lotus design bangles
22K bangles with lotus design with Kalkatti & Meenakari work and studded with red & green stones.
Star shaped bangles
22K stunning star shaped bangles with oxidize Kundan & Meenakari work studded with red & green stones.
Flower motif bangles
22K ethnic bangles with oxidize polish and Kundan work carved with beautiful flower motifs.
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