Kurta - The Traditional Indian Wear
Kurta is a long loose shirt, the length of which falls below or may be just above the knees of the wearer. In early times, it was primarily worn by men, but today, it has become a unisex dress that both men and women can wear
The Indian subcontinent gave birth to the popular traditional attire - the Kurta. The word has its origins in the Urdu, Hindustani language and has also got the name from the Sanskrit word kuratu or kurtaka. In Persian it literally means a collarless shirt and it indeed is a collarless dress but some variants have a collar. The dress is commonly worn in countries such as Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Sri Lanka along with India. It is worn with pajamas, pants, jeans, Dhoti and Lungis too and is stitched in fabrics like cotton, silk, voile, jute, khadi, and kota.
Kurtas are a part of ethnic wear and there are different varieties of Kurtas depending on their design and fabric.
1)Kalidar Kurta 2)Lucknowi Chikan Kurtas
3)Hyderabadi Kurta 4)Bhopali Kurta
5)Dogri Kurta 6)Punjabi Kurta
7)Phulkari Kurtas 8)Sherwani Kurtas
9)Pathani Kurta 10)Multani Kurta
As now u know much about kurta so slay it with ur own pair it with Jean ,pyjama or dhoti ,till then stay classy ,be trendy , keep learning .
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