Sarojini Naidu’s poem ‘The Bangle Sellers’ is all about bangles. The poet has depicted a picture of typical rural Indian society in the first half of the twentieth century where bangle sellers go to the temple fair to sell their bangles. They shout their trade cry announcing the various colourful bangles they have and which ones are suitable for which age. The poet has given a picture of the stages of woman life, the feelings and emotions attached with those stages through these bangles. The poem also glorifies the rich cultural tradition of India by depicting the role of bangles and bangle sellers in bringing happiness and vibrancy to the society. So, bangles, the ‘lustrous tokens of radiant lives‘, and its sellers take the centre stage in the poem. That is why the title of the poem ‘The Bangle Sellers’ is justified. Otherwise, ‘The Bangles’ could have been as apt, I guess.