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Originally a Kara was worn as an article of faith, but Karas became popular with many Indians regardless of their beliefs, both for their simple, decorative beauty, and as a symbol of unbreakable attachment and commitment to a cause.
During her time among the Indian Assassins, Karas were most commonly used like brass knuckles in hand-to-hand combat.