What Finger Does Your Engagement Ring Go on?

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An engagement ring normally goes to the right hand on the finger that is next to the small one, especially in European communities. In the US, the ring is placed on the left hand. However, it is important to note that the traditions vary with different communities.
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There are many early customs and traditions which dictate as to which finger to wear engagement rings on. The most popular belief is that the fourth finger of the left hand is considered to be the vein of love, which means that the veins are directly connected to the heart. Hence, the tradition of wearing the engagement rings on finger which leads straight to the heart, as the symbol of love. Some customs wear on the third finger on the left hand.
Engagement ring goes to the left hand ring finger.
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