In Indian culture, gold anklets are typically known as "payal" or "pajeb." These anklets are crafted with precision, often featuring delicate chains, intricate patterns, and even tiny bells that produce melodious sounds with every step. They come in a variety of styles, from traditional to contemporary, making them suitable for both everyday wear and special occasions. In Pakistani and Bangladeshi traditions, gold anklets, known as "pajeb" or "angoothay," are cherished for their craftsmanship and symbolic significance. They often feature unique designs influenced by regional artistry, such as filigree work, enamel detailing, or gemstone embellishments, adding a touch of elegance to the wearer's ensemble. No matter the specific style, 22 carat yellow gold anklets continue to be treasured heirlooms, signifying cultural identity and celebrating the enduring beauty of tradition within the South Asian diaspora in the UK.
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