What Are the Different Types of Indian Dresses?
There are 29 states and 7 union territories of India and each state has its own culture and traditions. The splendour of this country is widespread all over the world. It is a country of diversity with the feeling of oneness. People of different castes and religions have different standards and norms of living. These different castes and religions are characterized by different Indian dresses. Indian dresses reveal the beauty of the country’s culture and traditions. Now we will discuss different types of Indian Dresses in the following manner.
It is a dress which is worn all over India with different styles of wrapping. It is a pride of country’s woman. The dignity of the country’s culture is revealed by saree. There are different types of sarees like kanjivaram, banarasi, patola, silk and pochampalli etc. The pallus of the sarees are arranged in different formats.
• Churidar or Salwar and Kameez with Dupatta
This is the most common costume of India. It represents the soberness of Indian lady. Different sizes of Kurtis are worn by the girls or women. Dupattas are arranged on the kameezes or kurtis of different patterns, thereby representing cultural beauty.
Indian Lehenga is available with different designs and patterns. The exotic works and colours of Indian Lehenga are up to the mark. It is worn with choli and odhni and thus provides a graceful look.
It is a costume worn by men, which is just like a long coat. It is generally worn in marriages by bridegroom and other persons. It is also available in different designs and colours, thereby providing an attractive look.
It is a costume for girls or women. It is worn in place of ghagras. It is generally worn with long kameez and dupatta. It is a traditional dress which came into existence during the eras of nawabs. It is most probably liked by muslims.
It is a costume of women belonging to the state of Mizoram and is worn by ladies at the time of doing the bamboo dance during festivals or marriages. Kawrechi is worn along with it.
It is a garb for both men and women, which is worn in Kashmir during winters. It is a full length gown. It is a common garb of Kashmir.
It is a prestige of villagers. Generally it is worn in marriages under sherwani. It is also worn during traditional dances and occasions. It was the garb of the people of India during ancient times.
An attire which is made up of silk or cotton and is worn in South India is called as
Lungi. It is a part of traditional ceremonies and is also worn in bhangra dance of Punjab. It is an attire to get relaxed in the heat of the summer.
• Kurta and Pyjama
Kurta and pyjama are worn by boys or men. It is the most common attire. It is worn both casually and occasionally (marriages and parties). Generally, they are worn in nights so as to be comfortable.