Dresses of Indian States PPt

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Dresses of Indian States ppt showcases traditional clothing from various regions across India. Each region’s formal dresses reflect their culture, climate, customs and spirit of unity in diversity; one such dress for women being the sari – one of its oldest forms and one that still dominates today.

Olden Days Dresses

Indian dress traditionally offered an insight into its climate, culture, and customs in various regions. Draped garments like the sari for women and lungi for men were particularly prominent identifiers of regional identity; each consisted of an unstitched cloth measuring approximately 15 feet long that wrapped around both waist and legs resembling a skirt; it was usually paired with a blouse called choli which added another element.

A dhoti is an apparel made of fabric that encases both legs and waist, worn traditionally among Punjabis.

Regional Dresses

India is known for having many different regions with styles and types of dresses made of other materials, such as silk or cotton. Some examples of regional Indian dresses are the sari, ghagra cholis, salwar kameez, and more; famous examples in West Bengal include the Shantiniketan region sari made out of either silk or cotton with a long pleated skirt and fitted blouse.

Festival Dresses

Andhra Pradesh in southern India is well known for its silk handloom sarees. Men in Andhra Pradesh typically wear a Dothi, a Shirt, or Jubha (Kurta), while women wear Mekhela and Dhoti. Kantha embroidery, featuring bright running stitches embroidered onto cotton and silk fabrics with running stitches in bright hues, is especially prevalent here; its use can be found during festivals like Durga Puja, Eid, and Navratri when Kantha-ed sarees are worn during festivals like Durga Puja, Eid, and Navratri.

Rajasthan is widely recognized as the ‘Rice Bowl of India’ and renowned for its traditional attire, such as turbans and jewelry. Rajput kings enjoyed donning luxurious clothing, such as their heirloom sarees that are still part of today’s collections.