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Why wear Evil Eye Jewellery?

The evil eye is a "look" or "stare" that is said to bring bad luck to the person who receives it due to envy or hatred. The nature of the event, its causes, and possible protective measures are perceived differently by different  cultures. The evil eye is a charm supposed to keep you safe from evil eye   evil eye exist in various shapes and sizes, including pendants, bracelets, earrings, and rings. 

Meaning of Different Evil Eye Colours 

The design of evil eye jewellery comes in various colours, but this isn't about fashion. Those who believe in the meaning of evil eye jewellery are aware that the colours have deeper meaning and beliefs. When it comes to evil eye amulets, blue is probably the most popular colour. A blue eye is associated with good fortune or karma. Positive energies such as creativity, motivation, and commitment are projected by this colour, as well as protection from the evil eye. The following are the meanings of the various evil eye colours:

Light blue is the sky's colour, and it represents the expansion of horizons as well as truth.

Gold or Yellow: This is the sun's colour, and it represents strength, energy, and power to overcome any health issues as well as aiding concentration and focus for the wearer.

Red: The colour red is associated with enhanced vitality, courage, and strength, and it is the colour of fire. The user of a red evil eye gains the bravery and strength to tackle whatever life throws at them.

Orange: This colour encourages the person to connect with their fun side by symbolising improved creativity and enjoyment.

Pink: Pink is a soothing colour that promotes contentment, relaxation, and friendship protection.

Green: The hue "Earth" fosters the exploration of new ideas, as well as balance and thankfulness.

White: Known for its purity, white is connected with goodness, brightness, and purity, and inspires the wearer to do new things in life.

Purple: Purple is a divine colour that instructs and motivates the user to analyse their own lives by removing impediments and restoring harmony.

It's completely OK to own a variety of evil eye jewellery in various hues that represent who you are and what you desire in life. In the end, the goal is to guard you against evil and instead bring you good fortune.

Get Yourself a Classic Evil Eye Jewellery from EK by Ektaa Kapoor

EK by Ektaa Kapoor is a brand dedicated to bringing the best of India right to your door. All of the materials, colours, designs, and objects have a function. EK's Evil Eye jewellery online is designed to bring the user luck, protection, and power. l Evil eye jewellery is a timeless treasure that, in its way, not only provides beauty but also healing. Evil eye jewellery is thought to ward off negativity and rebalance the energy and equilibrium in your environment. The five chakras, which coordinate with the five senses to clear the mind and body, are symbolised by Hamsa, which is thought to be God's hand. With the tranquillity of blue and turquoise, the iconic evil eye sign is fashioned in a minimalistic bracelet. A lovely method to keep negative energy at bay. 

The core of the brand is shaped by creative sensitivities and India's sensibility on wellness. Everything has a strong sense of rootedness in this place. Apart from showcasing India's unique handicrafts, each item on this page has been carefully made to bring pleasant energy into your home. We also have an amazing collection of home decor accessoriescopperware, cushion covers, hamsa jewellery, Incenseceramic, bedsheets, dohar, table linenswoodenbrasswareblue eye necklace, and many more - to give your home a stylish look. You can also check the curated collection of rakhi gifts online to make your rakhi special this year.

Celebrities' Reviews on Evil Eye Bracelet and Necklace from EK by Ektaa Kapoor

The Evil Eye Necklace not just adds to my style statement, but also attracts positive energy keeping the negativity at bay. - Aishwarya Khare 

I am totally in love with this evil eye necklace. It's a timeless treasure that strikes a perfect balance between beauty, good luck and positivity. - Divya Agarwal

A beautiful gift for my wife Wishing for luck stability and realigning of good energy with this powerful symbol of Hamsa Hand - Dheeraj Dhoopar 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What does the evil eye jewellery symbolise?

Evil eye jewellery symbolises shielding the wearer from evil and to ward off the evil that has been directed at them. Wearing jewellery with an evil eye emblem gives the wearer both power and protection against evil spirits and bad luck.

How does the evil eye protect you?

Wearing evil eye amulets  is thought to protect you against negative energy and the curse of the evil eye. As a result, evil eye jewellery with the old evil eye symbol, such as evil eye bracelets, rings, and necklaces, will help shield the unwitting recipient from evil eye glances and evil energy.

What does the evil eye come from?

The belief in the evil eye dates back to ancient Greece and Rome, as well as Jewish, Islamic, Buddhist, and Hindu traditions, as well as an indigenous, peasant, and other folk civilizations, and it has continued into current times

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