Although in some cases or societies around the world, marriage is not always believed to be the product of love but in any case, wearing your wedding ring goes to show that you are attached to the person you are married to and that they hold significant value/meaning in your life. Mudrika mostly loaded with significance. Since ancient Egypt rings have been famous to be the most intimate pieces that we wear. Throughout history rings were in use as personal talismans, in business transactions, as symbols of status, and of course to pledge your love to another.
For men in Western cultures, the left ring finger represents engagement and marriage, while the right ring finger represents the same for men in other countries such as Germany, Russia, and India. Many pieces of jewelry are versatile, but the simple mudrika may be the biggest chameleon of all. It’s most likely the piece you’ll never take off, and, just like a wedding ring, it becomes a second skin. Simple, cute rings open the door for as much adornment of the fingers as fit the task at hand. For an at-home Zoom call, maybe wear one or two, but for a socially distanced coffee or cocktail, some stacking never hurt.
From your marital status to your profession, your rings tell a lot about you. Some fingers have special meaning, while others don’t mean anything at all. Keep these associations in mind as you decide where you’ll wear your jewelry. Wearing mudrika helps to manage your body’s energy flow. When you wear the right ring, you’ll radiate positivity and confidence throughout your body. That’s why mudrika people are wearing as religious jewelry for so many centuries.
Benefits of Rings
When the mudrika are in use correctly, the entire joint becomes stronger, through full range of motion. Every muscle engaged properly to strengthen and stabilize the joints with each rep. As a result, your joints (wrist, elbow, shoulder, neck) become healthier and at less risk injury.