Madisar
The Madisar aka Koshavam (Tamil: மடிசார்) is a way in which the sari is worn mostly by the womenfolk of the Brahmin community in Tamil Nadu, India. In the olden days this was the customary style ...
Dhoti
The dhoti, also known as mundu, pancha, mardani or veshti, is a traditional men's garment worn in the Indian subcontinent, Known in ancient times as "Bharat Barsha". The use of dhoti is found predomin...
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Kalava
Kalava (Sanskrit: कलावा) is the sacred Hindu thread also called mauli or charadu in Hindi. It is tied by a priest on the wrists of all the people attending the prayer ceremony. The Kalava is tied...
Langa Voni
A Langa Voni ( Langa Voni Telugu: లంగా ఓణీ,Pavadai Daavani Tamil: பாவாடை, Langa Davani Kannada: ಲಂಗ ದಾವಣಿ) is a traditional dress worn mainly in South India by young girls between puberty and marriag...
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White clothing (religious)
White clothing has significance in many religious faith traditions. Some of these traditions include:
Maro deives
Upanayana
In Hinduism, Upanayana is the initiation ritual by which initiates are invested with a sacred thread, to symbolize the transference of spiritual knowledge.
In Hinduism, the "sacred thread" (Sanskr...
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Uttariya
An uttariya is a piece of dress in India. It is scarf-like, and descends from the back of the neck to curl around both arms, and can be used to drape the top half of the body. It was usually made of f...
Gamucha
Gamucha (also gamocha, gamchcha, gamcha) is a thin, coarse, traditional cotton towel found in India and Bangladesh that is used to dry the body after bathing or wiping sweat. Gamucha is the local term...
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Puttee
A puttee, also spelled puttie, is the name, adapted from the Hindi patti, bandage (Skr. patta, strip of cloth), for a covering for the lower part of the leg from the ankle to the knee. It consisted of...
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