Before understanding the association of bangles to Indian culture as sign of Saubhagya, one must understand the human evolution and the livelihood of ancient settlements. In primitive settlements the life was dependent on nature for food (fruits, leaves, fish, animals and birds) and living (caves and natural shelters). As their understanding developed towards technique of farming and hunting, it became a prominent occupation of men. Women mostly attended family, children and household errands. The observation of creations of nature gave men the outlook which they further explored to create weapons, tools and additions to necessities that eased life. Stones became sharp weapons of hunting and later replaced by metal ones by casting in desired shapes.
his was probably the closest reason that Bangles became the symbol of ‘the complete woman’ or Saubhagya, having her man who offered bangles with beauty and quantity. These quests led to men explore beauty not just in humans but of the nature which stored so many varieties in colors and appearance. Apart from bangles there were more objects that added in offering. The necessity quickly become tradition and was followed in a manner of basic requirements. It is hard to establish when the institution of marriage came into existence as a social norm that made structure of social laws more linear in order to have harmony and peace within settlement but these traditions existed far before.