Punjabi Kada: Unleashing The Rich Heritage
In the Punjabi community, kadas are not only considered as jewellery for men but a religious symbol of bondage with God. It represents that they are bound to God as slaves. The kada was originally made of steel or iron. It was first given by Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the 10th Sikh Master, in 1699 as one of the 5 K’s of the Sikhs.
Punjabi kada has some health benefits, including reflecting negative and attracting positive energies. It also helps balance your chakras and meridians, blood levels and amplifies energy.
Different Punjabi Kada Designs
Traditionally Punjabi kadas didn’t have many designs. Modern men prefer to wear them all year long and stylize them with every outfit. Therefore, kadas are now designed in full or half-bangle designs.
You can find traditional and religious patterns. There are also diamond or gemstone placements on platinum, pure 22k or 18k gold, or sterling silver material. You can even find dual-material kadas like platinum-gold and gold-silver kadas that can complement any look.
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Explore all Punjabi Kadas at Candere
Candere brings different premium quality kada designs in fine craftsmanship that can be ideal for regular use. You can explore dual material kadas like Pearson Platinum and rose gold kada to spruce up your regular looks.
Available in pure gold in three colour options, the religious Om Namah Shivay Gold Kada is intricately designed with divine shlokas. It will help you radiate positive energy and balance your blood circulation. Padmanabha Gold Kada is pure gold with beautiful traditional designs in red meenakari work.
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The traditional patterns make it perfect for traditional outfits and wedding occasions. The rich carving on gold makes it creates a standalone style statement. You can go for the Half Gold Kada, which is sleek yet graceful enough to glam up your outfit.
You can also get your hands on the graceful Om Namah Shivay Open Gold Kada. It comes in pure gold with shloka engravement on the surface. The price varies from ₹74,000 to ₹ 460,561. It depends on the craftsmanship, the weight and purity of the material, and the quality of the diamond or other gemstones engraved.
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Get Punjabi Kada with DGRP
Give yourself a taste of unique jewellery designs by ordering your favourite piece from Candere with a Double Gold Rate Protection plan. This is under which the buyer pays only 10% of the total amount at the checkout. The remaining amount can be paid in easy installments over a fixed tenure. This can save you a fortune and help you buy your favorite product right away. So, why wait, then? Explore a variety of high-quality Punjabi kada at Candere and purchase your favorite design today!
Q: How to check for size and fit for men?
A: Add 2 cm or 0.8 inches to your wrist measurement. However, always check the given size guide to find the perfect kada. You can size up if you prefer a loose, comfortable fit kada.
Q: How do I choose the right Punjabi kada?
A: To choose the right bracelet, consider your wrist size first. Next, you need to select your preferred style of kada. Also, you need to look for the occasion you want to wear it and the quality of the kada.
Q: What is the price range of Punjabi Kadas?
A: The price range starts from ₹74,000 up to ₹460,561. It varies depending on the craftsmanship, the weight of the metal used, and the quality of the diamond or other engraved gemstones.