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INDIAN CLOTHING

              DHOTI

In Andhra Pradesh it is called Pancha, in North India it is called dhoti in Hindi, 'Laacha' in Punjabi, 'mundu' in Malayalam, 'dhuti' in Bangla, 'veshti' in Tamil, 'dhotar' in Marathi and 'panche' in Kannada, is the traditional garment of men's wear in India. Dhoti is a rectangular piece of unstitched cloth, usually around 5 yards long, wrapped about the waist and the legs, and knotted at the waist....

                           




         DUPATTA

A dupatta is usually a long rectangular, scarf-like cloth which is worn over the shoulders by the women in India. It is generally cordinated with the traditional salwaar-kameez. The dupatta stands as a symbol of modesty in the Indian society. It is known by various traditional names like Odhni, Chunari, Chunni and even just Unni which is the name called by people of the Gujarati community...

                           

      LEHANGA CHOLI

Indian Lehanga choli- this outfit mainly belongs to tribals who have gained popularity not just in India but is casting its magic on western women too. An original creation of Rajasthan, lehenga choli has become the center of attraction and main costume for all festivals and parties. This women's ethnic wear is known by varied names like Chaniya Choli, Sharara and Ghagra ...

                           

     SALWAR KAMEEZ

Indian clothes are popular with all age groups, they have been well accepted not only in the Indian market but also internationally and designs are created keeping in mind the trends fabrics and colures of the season. Indian clothes go well with regular western wear, ideal for a great unique look. They come in various lengths, sizes designs and fabrics which are suitable for all sizes....

                           

         SAREES

Indian culture is embedded with rich culture and heritage and is deeply rooted in traditions along with the rich culture. Indian Clothing is known for its elegance and traditional wear all over the world. As India has vivid and vibrant festivals to celebrate, there is no dearth of opportunities to shop here for beautiful Indian clothes. The elaborate wedding ceremonies...

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           KURTIS

Indian Kurtis can be termed as the daughter of the traditional long kurta which was used in northern India and soon became a part of the whole world. The daughter born to the long traditional kurta was so beautiful that it spread its charm around the whole globe and very soon after its evolution kurtis became a fashion statement. Kurtis are a comfortable combination of elegance and ...

                           

         LUNGI

The lungi is a traditional type of wrap-around garment worn in many of the southern states of India. The Lungi a rectangular piece of cloth little bigger than a towel and is wrapped around- kind of like a sarong. In Kerala, the lungi, locally known as Kaili or Kalli Mundu is mostly worn by both men and women. It is considered a casual dress or working dress of physical...

                           

         SHERWANI

The origin of sherwani can be found in Central Asia during the times when it was the dress code of the Turkish and Persian nobles in the Delhi Sultanate and Mughal Empire. In the late 18th century, almost every man wore sherwani, during those times as this attire did not restrict itself only to the nobles, but became the traditional dress of the common man....