From Pearl And Kundan Design To Simple Diamond Ones, Unique Haath Phool Designs For Brides

Hath Phool or hand bracelets is the ornament which is worn on the reverse side of the palm. It is known by various names like ring bracelet, hand bracelet with the ring, hath panja, hath kamal, hand chain, hand harness and slave chain.

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From Pearl And Kundan Design To Simple Diamond Ones, Unique Haath Phool Designs For Brides

An elegant attire, royal jewellery, beautiful makeup, delicate movements and a glow on the face; the transformation of a girl into a bride is an experience in itself. Whether it is the nath, bangles, earrings or maang teekas, every element that a bride carries on her wedding day is special.

A haath phool is one of the most important jewellery that a bride wears. Here are some real Indian brides and their beautiful haath phools designs.

#1. A haath phool is so grand that it will make you look like a queen. Such exquisite designs are a rare find.

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#2. A touch of pearls is all your hands need to look elegant. Flaunt these water babies!

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#3. When you want diamonds to do all the talking, they make an unforgettable statement.

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#4. Make your hands look regal and exquisite with these polki haath phools.

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#5. A Single string is all you need to complete your wedding look. These haath phools are simple and elegant.

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#6. Kundan is evergreen. It is the first choice of most of the brides as far as wedding jewellery is concerned.

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#7. No wedding can be dull with so many colours on your hands. You can colour coordinate the haath phool and the wedding dress.

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A haath phool follows the bride's hands which make every movement look so surreal. These haath phools are an important part of bridal attire and all these brides have done a wonderful job in finding their perfect match.

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