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Anklets/Ghungroos worn during Indian Classical dance. The ghungroo is a type of musical anklet that is tied around the calves of dancers in India in order to intensify the rhythmic acoustics
Quality brass bells anklets Kuchipudi, Bharatanatyam dances require the dancer to wear them on the ankle while dancing.
These bells are carefully constructed in India for professional dancers. They are hand made and hand stitched.
Ghungroos are very famous Musical Instrument in India. Ghungroos are usually the small brass bells. It is a musical accessory used by performers of all classical dances. Number of bells are attached to a string or tied to a cotton cord, velvet pad or leather strap to form a ghungroo. These bells are made of brass and have small iron balls inside which add quite a lot of weight to them. When tied to the feet, Ghungroos emphasize the rhythmic aspects of the dance and allow complex footwork to be heard by the audience.
|actual height||3.5 inches / 9 cm|
|actual width||9.5 inches / 24 cm (Without Belt)|