Wedding jewellery is never really complete without the adornment of the bajubandh for the grooms. It is a type of bracelet worn on the upper arm. Originally it was a piece of jewellery that was worn only by men however, now it’s an essential part of the bridal jewellery too. Generally the bajubandh is made of various kinds of metals and is oxidized which gives it its peculiar but elegant look. Many historians believe that armlets or bajubandhs have been present through centuries and across cultures. In India, they became popular through their use in Bharatnatyan dances. Many also believe that warriors used bajubandhs as an additional adornment to their war attire. Another famous example of the use of bajubandhs has been in Greek mythology where the Greek Gods are seen wearing these.