A tradition presumably started by impecunious fisherfolk in Bengal who couldn't afford expensive jewellery, the shankha and pola have come a long way since those times. Considering the colours they come in ---- blues, black, reds, green and yellow, pink, off-white ---- polas no longer are the sole preserve of Hindu Bengali wives even though the reds remain enduring symbols of marriage, however flaky - they're dashed good as colourful accessories when you're not in the mood for too much gold.
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AmritoPak Bala : Three solid gold wires braided (pak) into a bangle. Simple, yet probably one of the most difficult tasks in Indian jewel-craft. A slight error could result in a knot causing the whole process to be started from scratch. Thus the name, derived from the ocean-churning episode in the Puranas, that led to the creation of the nectar of immortality ---- Amrito. A genuine heirloom, this ethereal guinea gold bala ensures you live on and on forever.