What are the benefits of its as per vedas?

We all know that in the list of multicultured nations, India occupies the top spot. It’s because of the varied traditions, the different conventions of different religions and communities that are followed in this country, which make it a multi-hued homeland.

One of these schools of traditions belongs to the Hindu Shastra. These offer detailed explanations on all aspects of our lives, ring from the matters related to sustenance, dietary patterns, garments, to even the individuals we live with or among. According to Shastra, these entire have a profound effect on our mind (cerebrum) and our wellbeing. Apart from that, once can find a number of ancient Hindu scripts that even espouse the practice of various ceremonies which are known to bring good fortune and make one’s life successful, and when we says “ceremonies”, it’s the Indian ladies who are often weighed down by such customs. Some of which are plain orthodox, while some have logical reasoning to it. For example wearing a Bindi/Tilak is liked to having a connection with the vitality of our body as we wear our Bindi at a spot which is in between thetemple of our brows. This point is known as Adnya-Chakra. Now let’s have look at another such traditional custom that is often practiced by Indian women- the costom of wearing toe rings.


A lot of Indian women wear toe rings. This common accessory is a signifier of a woman’s marital status. It has different names too- it’s called Bichiya in Hindi, Metti in Tamil, Mettelu in Telugu, Kalungura in Kanada and so on. The toe rings are a must-wear accessory for married women in India, and this custom is generally followed in both Hindu and the Muslim communities. They are usually made from the silver metal, and are mostly worn in pairs on the second toes of both the feet. In the present times you will find enough contemporary designs of toe rings to accommodate the likes of modern brides. Also girls (unmarried) refrain from wearing them as it’s frowned upon.

It is said that the nerve of the second toe finger passes through the heart and is also connected to the uterus. Therefore, wearing a toe ring in it helps to balance the blood pressure in the uterus;it helps in regulation of woman’s menstrual cycle too.

Ancient Indians believed that one’s ‘Prana’ (life force) needs to be balanced in order for one to stay healthy. And it is said that all the paths of one’s ‘Prana’ run through the toes. Therefore, wearing toe rings helps to maintain the balance of woman’s life force.


There are lots of benefits. We already know how beneficial silver is for our human body. Don’t we?  Silver is good conductor, it is known to have power to absorb the polar energy of the earth and pass it on to our body.

When their energy passes through our body, it’s known to refresh our entire system. Wearing these silver toe rings also helps in easing the pain that woman undergoes while having intercourse.


According to Indian traditions and their beliefs, the metal ‘gold’ should never be worn below the waist as it shows disrespect to the goddess of wealth Lakshmi. Therefore toe rings are usually made in silver and not in gold.


• In India since ancient times, acupressure has been used to maintain good health. Wearing toe rings helps solve menstruation related problem of women. As a result of stressful lifestyle, some women have irregular periods. Wearing toe rings puts the ideal amount of pressure on the second toe that helps regularize menstrual cycle of women. And we know that having healthy, regular menstrual cyclehelps a woman conceive easily.

• It helps in maintaining the polarity of the human body. We know that we carry a certain amount of electronegativity in our body don’t we? Wearing silver toe rings helps polarize our human body naturally.

• It benefits the reproductive system of a woman wearing toe ring on the second toe has a positive erotic effect too. It helps a woman enjoy physical intimacy and also balance the energy of her uterus.


The best place for you to position your toe ring would be the place between your toe pad and your toe knuckle. It’s the ideal place because this part of the toe doesn’t touch the ground.