Kasara or Kaasara ( also referred to as Kaalpilli ), worn on the feet by a Kodavathi bride on the murtha day consists of five toe rings, each bearing individual motifs, articulated to a central disc or triangle, with ornamental chains.
A single silver chain links this assemblage to an anklet. Modern versions of the kasara are noticeably lighter that 19th or early 20th century examples, which also had heavy silver anklets that were a part of the entire piece. The kasara is part of a group of silver jewellery worn exclusively by brides.