Bangles are traditional ornaments are worn mostly by women in countries, India, Bangladesh, Germany, Pakistan, Nepal. It is common traditionally to see a new bride wearing glass or gold bangles at her wedding. Bangles are ossified bracelets that are usually made of metal, wood, glass, plastic, woolen thread, gold, copper, polymer clay, ghungroo, platinum with a diamond stone, Kundan, and other materials are used to make a pair of beautiful bangles set. These ornaments are worn mostly by women from Asia and Africa. It is common to see a new bride wearing glass bangles at her wedding in India and many other countries. Bangles are also known as per country or culture of ownership for example Kannada: Bale, Nepali: Chura, Bengali: churi, Assamese: kharu, Odia: chudi, Tamil: Hindi: Choodi, Marathi: Bangadi, since the ancient era Some men also wear a single bangle on the arm or wrist and its called kada or kara it could be as a ritual.