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    Tribal Odisha Dokra Thread-work Anklet

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    The Tribal Odisha Dhokra Threadwork Anklet from iTokri is among the most popular anklet designs.

    The anklets with thread work and mirror work are quite trending these days. In iTokri we have anklets such as Patwa Threadwork Sitara Anklet by Kailash Patwa, Tribal Orissa Dhokra Threadwork Anklet, Jugaad Handmade Silk Flower Anklet, and Mirror Work Kutch Embroidery Fabric Anklet.

    Some people like to sling the bracelet lightly around their ankles so that it rests comfortably on the tops of their feet. Others like a tighter fit and have it fastened around their ankles. In the end, the choice is yours.

    Women often wear anklets as accessories, but there is also a scientific justification for this. Wearing an anklet could be an excellent treatment for you if you frequently have leg discomfort, numbness, tingling, or general weakness in your legs. An anklet can be especially beneficial if your leg pain stems from your lower back and radiates through your buttocks to your sciatic nerve.

    An ankle bracelet worn on the left foot is considered a charm or talisman by most civilizations. These anklets served as amulets to guard the wearer from illnesses and unfavourable omens. They served as a sort of defence. These days, wearing an anklet on your left foot could also mean you are married or engaged to someone.