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Kundans are gorgeous stone jewelries of multiple colors. There are dangling earrings cascading right down to the shoulder, hand ornaments in the form of bracelets and bangles, neck kundans for the neck and special head ornaments like sarmatha, mangtikka etc. To embellish the foot there are the stone stud payals.
Cut the tiger tail as per the size needed for the bracelet (add a few extra inches for the last loop). Taking one part of the screw clasp, pass the tiger tail through it, loop it, and pass it back again. String in a crimp, and press it down. Thread the beads in the order you want. Towards the end, string in the crimp, press it down, pass the tiger tail through the other part of the screw clasp, and pass it back through the clasp. Cut off the excess tail end.
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