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Indian Traditional Wears
Indian men look to live comfortable in villages. In India, famous mens traditional attires are kurtas, lungis, dhotis and pyjamas. A sherwani is sported generally during some special occasions. Usually the lungi is worn in many parts of India like south india, but depending on the social practices of the region it may be restricted to indoor-wear.
Women on all regions mostly wear a common dress. Major regions have women wearing a sari or a salwar kameez. A grand silk sari or an embroidered salwar kameez is worn for special occasions. Half sarees, lahengahs and ghagra are also some of the common clothing of Indian women.
Kurta is a loose collarless shirt worn mostly by both men and women. Its generally worn with pajamas, a shalwar, or churidars. The set also has a bandi (short jacket or waistcoat) and a dupatta or shawl.
It is a long garment, worn with Pajamas and usually accompanied by embroidery. It is an informal dress in India, but can be made formal depending on its design. The collections of the Kurta Pajamas truly represent the ultimate in traditional ethnic fashion. Kurta pajamas are available in variety of cuts and colors these days at every store of every region.
Sherwani is a typical Punjabi dress wearing in weddings. Sherwani is long coat, buttoned up to the collars. The Sherwani falls well below the knees and looks graceful especially for the tall groom. Sherwani gives a perfect look for the special occasions that make you different than others. Sherwani are available in different varieties and qualities but traditionally, the sherwanis worn are off-white.
Indian sarees remain as the traditional dresses of Indian women. Saree is the most popular outer garment for women. Indian sarees are available in various styles like flat cotton, silk, embroidery or other fabric woven in different qualities with elegant patterns. Saree border is generally embroidered and this is often a status symbol. Sarees are worn by women at all times, be it a function or simply for a little outing. Sarees come of different styles like bandhej sarees, traditional wedding and bridal sarees, bandhani sarees, leheriya, fancy traditional sarees etc. Each region has a seperate style of wearing it. Saree is the ultimate outer garment of all Indian women.
It is a popular two peice dress worn by the girls and ladies of north and west india. The two peices comprise of a lehenga and a choli.
Lahenga is like a long skirt and Choli is like a blouse. The choli is covered by a Chunari or dupatta.
The dress is generally worn during special ocasions and festivals. The gagra choli of Rajasthan is very shiny and is different from the style of other states gagra choli.
The costume reflects the variety of india.