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Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
Story of Clothing
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  • 1. MOUNT ABU PUBLIC SCHOOL
  • 2. INDEX
  • 3. ANCIENT DRESS OF INDIA INMUGAL ERA.
  • 4. INFORMATION OF GHAGRA CHOLIOR LEHENGA CHOLI. A fully embriodered pink ghagra choli Main article: Ghagra choli A Ghagra Choli or a Lehenga Choli is the traditional clothing of women in Rajasthan and Gujarat.[citation needed] Punjabis also wear them and they are used in some of their folk dances. It is a combination of lehenga, a tight choli and a odhani. A lehenga is a form of long skirt which is pleated. It is usually embroidered or has a thick border at the bottom. A choli is a blouse shell garment, which is cut to fit to the body and has short sleeves and a low neck.
  • 5. GHAGRA CHOLI OR LEHENGA CHOLI
  • 6. Ghagra Choli (lehenga choli)
  • 7. For men, traditional clothes arethe Sherwani, Lungi, Kurta andDhoti or Pajama.
  • 8. Dhoti Main article: Dhoti A dhoti is a six feet long white strip of cotton. This traditional attire is mainly worn by men in villages. It is held in place with the help of a belt, ornamental and embroidered or a flat and simple one, around the waist.
  • 9. A person togged in a mundu
  • 10. Main article: Lungi A Lungi, also known as sarong, is a traditional garment of India. A Mundu is a lungi except that, it is always white.[36] It is either tucked in, over the waist, up to knee-length or is allowed to lay over and reach up to the ankle. It is usually tucked in when the person is working, in fields or workshops, and left open usually as a mark of respect, in worship places or when the person is around dignitaries.
  • 11. Main article: Dastar
  • 12. THE DASTAR The Dastar, also known as pagri, is a turban worn by the Sikh community of India. Is a symbol of faith representing values such as valour, honour and spirituality among others. It is worn to protect the Sikhs long, uncut hair, the Kesh which is one of the Five Ks of Sikhism.Over the years, the dastar has evolved into different styles pertaining to the various sects of Sikhism such as the Nihang and the Namdhari.
  • 13. Contemporary Clothing of India
  • 14. Contemporary Clothing Western clothing made its foray into the Indian society during the times of the British Raj. Indian professionals opted to wear western clothing due to its relative comfort or due to regulations set then. By the turn of the 21st century, both western and Indian clothing had intermingled creating a unique style of clothing for the typical urban Indian population. Women started wearing more comfortable clothing and exposure to international fashion led to a fusion of western and Indian styles of clothing. Following the economic liberalisation, more jobs opened up, and created a demand for formal wear.
  • 15. DRESSES OF AFGANISTAN
  • 16.  Cotton and wool are the main material used in Afghanistan and these are woven and dyed and made into garments by each family or group. Women wear the Chadri, which covers a woman from head to foot. with a latticed slit for the eyes, is made of cotton in shades of blue, brown, black. In the rural parts, women working on the land dispense with this, but cover their faces in the presence of a stranger. The women near Pakistans border wear long, full trousers, often red in colour, with a loose, long-sleeved tunic dress, rather like the kameez, together with a draped headscarf. This is the basis of many of the womens costumes and the tunic varies in length and design. In the northern areas striped material is used, often dyed red from madder or in shades of blue and brown. Loose sleeveless, hip-length jackets are worn in full- length striped coat for warmth.
  • 17. DRESSES WORN BY CHILDREN INAFGANISTAN
  • 18. DRESSES OF BHUTAN
  • 19. Kira (Bhutan)
  • 20. Bhutanese girls wearing kira andtoego
  • 21. DRESSES OF BHUTAN
  • 22. DRESSES OF JAPAN
  • 23. DRESS OF JAPAN

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