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Comet Busters Beautiful Handcrafted Orange Sun Bindis (BIN1826)
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Comet Busters Silver Round Pearl Bindis With Stone Border (6mm) (BIN2016)
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Comet Busters Silver Round Pearl Bindis With Stone Border (6mm) (BIN2016)
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Comet Busters Beautiful Handcrafted Pink Floral Lotus Bindis (BIN1947)
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Comet Busters Beautiful Handcrafted Pink Floral Lotus Bindis (BIN1947)
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Comet Busters Beautiful Handcrafted Orange Sun Bindis (BIN1826)
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Comet Busters Beautiful Handcrafted Orange Sun Bindis (BIN1826)
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Rs. 199.00
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Rs. 199.00
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Comet Busters Silver Round Pearl Bindis With Stone Border (6mm) (BIN2016)
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Comet Busters Silver Round Pearl Bindis With Stone Border (6mm) (BIN2016)
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Rs. 199.00
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Rs. 199.00
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Rs. 399.00
Comet Busters Beautiful Handcrafted Pink Floral Lotus Bindis (BIN1947)
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Comet Busters Beautiful Handcrafted Pink Floral Lotus Bindis (BIN1947)
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Rs. 199.00
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Comet Busters Stone Kalangi, Metal Finish Brooch For Groom (HA108)

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Comet Busters Kalangi, also known as Kalgi or Kalgi Turban Ornament, is a traditional adornment worn by men in South Asian cultures, particularly in India. It is typically attached to the front of the turban or pagri (headgear), adding a regal and ornate touch to the wearer's ensemble. 

  • Design: Kalangi features a distinctive design characterized by a central motif or embellishment, often crafted from precious metals like gold or silver. This central piece is usually adorned with gemstones, pearls, or intricate enamel work, showcasing exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail.

  • Materials: Traditionally, Kalangi was made from precious metals such as gold or silver, reflecting the wearer's social status and wealth. However, modern Kalangi may also incorporate other materials like brass, copper, or alloy, depending on the design and budget. Gemstones such as diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and pearls are often used to enhance its beauty and elegance.

  • Symbolism: Kalangi holds symbolic significance, representing power, prestige, and authority. Historically, it was worn by kings, nobles, and warriors as a mark of their rank and dignity. Today, Kalangi is often worn by grooms during weddings or by individuals attending special occasions, symbolizing auspiciousness and celebration.

  • Attachment: Kalangi is typically attached to the turban or pagri using a pin or fastener, securing it firmly in place at the front. The placement may vary depending on regional customs and personal preference, but it is often positioned slightly above the forehead, drawing attention to its intricate design and craftsmanship.

  • Variations: While the basic design of Kalangi remains consistent, there can be variations in size, shape, and ornamentation. Some Kalangi may feature elaborate floral motifs, while others may incorporate religious symbols or traditional motifs inspired by Indian art and culture. These variations allow wearers to choose a Kalangi that reflects their personal style and cultural heritage.