10 States Of India And Their Traditional Look

18/DECEMBER /2023


The vibrant Mekhela Chador, a two-piece ensemble featuring a draped mekhela (skirt) and chador (dupatta), is a symbol of  Assamese pride.


The elegant Mundum Neriyathum, a white or cream mundu (dhoti) with a gold border, paired with a neriyathu (upper garment), exudes grace.

Uttar Pradesh

Men don the kurta-pajama combination, often accompanied by a pagri (headgear), while women drape sarees in various styles like Banarasi and Lucknowi.


The Ghagra Choli, a colorful skirt and blouse combination, is a signature Gujarati attire, often adorned with intricate embroidery and  mirror work.


Men wear kurtas with dhotis or salwars, while women flaunt the Phulkari, a vibrant dupatta embellished with intricate floral embroidery.


The Mysore Silk Saree, woven with pure gold threads, is a prized possession for Kannadiga women, while men opt for the silk pancha (dhoti)  and kurta.


The graceful Nauvari saree, draped in a unique Marathi style, and the dhoti-kurta combination for men are quintessential Maharashtrian attires.


The Ghoomar, a vibrant skirt with intricate mirror work, twirls with the wearer, while men sport the Bandhgala, a short coat often paired with a dhoti  and pagri.

Tamil Nadu

The Kanjivaram saree, woven with zari threads, is a symbol of Tamil Nadu's rich textile heritage. Men wear the dhoti-kurta combination, often with an angavastra (shoulder cloth).

Jammu and Kashmir

Kashmiri women wear the Pheran, a long, loose tunic, while men don the Sherwani, a long coat often paired  with a pagri.

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