Modernly, after marriage the wedding ring is worn on the hand on which it had been placed in the course of the ceremony. By dressed in rings on their fourth hands, married spouses symbolically claim their life-long love for and constancy to each other. This symbol has public utility, and is almost immediately anticipated as an issue of tradition and etiquette, so much in order that its absence is often interpreted as which means that the person is single. Many spouses wear their marriage ceremony rings day and night. When needed due to hygiene or to bypass damage, they frequently wear their rings on a necklace. Some cultures exchange additional rings: In some parts of India, Hindu women may wear a toe ring or “bichiya” rather than a finger ring, but the bichiya is increasingly worn as well as a finger ring. Diamond necklaces are a hit with women and they also have matching earrings and finger rings. One can get bangles too which are made out of gold and diamonds. Bracelets are another part of jewelry that we wear and bracelets with stones add glitter to our hands. They can be matched along with your dress and they can be used for formal and party wear. Women and men can carry simple bracelets that have diamonds and even other stones studded in them. Those who cannot afford to spend much money on bracelets with diamonds can get the bracelets embedded with coloured stones.