Traditional Indian Jewellery indicates how Indian men and women had a penchant for adorning themselves with Jewellery, from head to toe. Jewellery has played an important role in the Indian culture and tradition form the ancient times, until today. From earrings, necklaces, bracelets, nose-rings, armlets, and anklets, Indian Jewellery provides the quintessential way to enhance a woman's beauty. With such a demand for beautiful Jewellery, artistic designs, unique looks, and creative craftsmanship have always been part of Indian Jewellery. An example would be armlets. Armlets often resemble large bracelets or cuffs but as their name suggests, are worn above the elbow. Unlike the more common bracelets, armlets are especially designed to uphold its form even when pressure is applied. The ShalinCraft armlets are known to be more flexible in construction and are more commonly referred to in India, as bajuband. This flexible type of Indian Jewellery is made of intricately narrow elements, particularly vertical edges with an assortment of angular contours that perfectly fit one other like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Armlets, other pieces of handmade Jewellery can be decorated using different metal working techniques, and the more elaborate designs will make use of precious stones and enamel. In Rajasthan, these armlets are integral to marriage Jewellery, whether it was for the rulers during the ancient times, the Rajputs, or for the nomads, the Banjaras. silver Jewellery make armlets accessible for everyday use. Styles today come in either chunky designs or minimalist twirls and wiring.