Sa­rees - Eth­nic Dress

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Eth­nic wear cov­ers all the In­dian tra­di­tional cat­e­gory of cloth­ing which are wear by In­dian women and men as the sign of their cul­ture. It in­cludes Sa­ree, Sal­war Kameez, Lehenga, Kurti for women and Kurta Pajama, Sher­wani, Dhoti Kurta for men. Western wear are all in­spired by Western coun­tries.

Tra­di­tional In­dian cloth­ing for women in the north and east are saris worn with choli tops; a long skirt called a lehenga or pavada worn with choli and a du­patta scarf to cre­ate an en­sem­ble called a gagra choli; or sal­war kameez suits, while many south In­dian women tra­di­tion­ally wear sari and chil­dren wear pattu langa.

What is the dif­fer­ence between In­dian eth­nic wear and Western wear?

In­dia is a di­ver­si­fied na­tion where you can dis­cover in­di­vid­u­als who are from dif­fer­ent re­li­gions and cul­ture. Here you can dis­cover dif­fer­ent in­di­vid­u­als who wear dif­fer­ent out­fits of var­i­ous col­ors. In­di­vid­u­als in dif­fer­ent states in In­dia do wear dif­fer­ent gar­ments. What­ever they wear, it would sim­ply look great.

In In­dia many in­di­vid­u­als like to wear the western wear for their of­fice or ev­ery­day work as they are ex­tremely agree­able to con­vey them­selves which may in­clude jeans, pants, skirts, shirts, T-shirts and con­sid­er­ably more. The western dresses are known to be ex­quis­ite and taste­ful. The In­dian dresses are to­tally dif­fer­ent from the western wear. Each of the tra­di­tional out­fits in In­dia sym­bol­izes dif­fer­ent so­ci­eties in In­dia. When you take a look at the north­ern piece of In­dia you can dis­cover ladies in sal­war kameez and men in kurta pa­ja­mas. Aside from the tra­di­tional saris the sal­war kameez is a stand­out among the most fa­mous dress in In­dia. In the South­ern piece of In­dia you can see ladies in saris that have been draped in dif­fer­ent styles by dif­fer­ent in­di­vid­u­als of cul­tures. Men can be found in dhoti. Sa­rees are typ­i­cally 9 feet long and it is best com­pared to other ap­parel for ladies in which they look beau­ti­ful and amaz­ing. Look­ing at the western wear v/s eth­nic wear would not be gen­uine as both have their own par­tic­u­lar ben­e­fits.

In In­dia ladies do love to wear the western wear and in ad­di­tion eth­nic wear also. They pick the at­tire based on the func­tion they are go­ing to. If you need to feel com­fort­able then you can go for the western wear and if you need to look tra­di­tional then you can pick the saris or the sal­war kameez. Ev­ery­thing re­lies upon your in­ter­est and de­ci­sion to wear western or eth­nic out­fits.

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