India is a land of multitude culture and tradition and within the radius of 500 km the culture, food, and of course fashion. It is amazing to see, that within the country there is a diversification of fashion and clothing which could be due to the weather condition and culture of the society.

So here are Dresses and Jewellery Traditions of incredible India

Assam

Assam is a beautiful place which happens to be one of the Seven Sisters in the North East. Assam is not just a budding state, but also a place with deep cultural roots and the people here take pride in the refinement of their cultural roots.

Dhoti and Gamosa & Mekhela Chadar

It is generally a white rectangular piece of cloth with primarily a red border on three sides and red woven motifs on the fourth. A 1,455.3 meter long Gamocha displayed in Delhi created world record as it became world’s longest hand woven piece of cloth.

Junbiri

Uttar Pradesh

Among the names of traditional dresses of Indian states, the land of royalty Lucknow offers spectacular dresses for both men and women.

Lucknow’s Sherwani

It appeared as a fusion of the British frock coat and an achkan, first at Lucknow in 1820’s

Banarasi silk Saree

A Banarasi saree is a saree made in Varanasi, a city which is also called Benares or Banaras. The sarees are among the finest sarees in India and are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery

Passa (Maang tikka)

 Bihar

The traditional dress of Bihari people consists of dhoti-kurta for men and saree for women

Dhoti- Kurta

 

Saree

Kamarbandh

Jammu & Kashmir

Most of the garments are made of wool, silk designed with intricate embroideries and cotton. The traditionally Poots & Pheran is the most popular form of dress among both men and women With Mughal type Turbans, headgear, Taranga Belt of Pashmina and colored scarf. The Pheran is the prominent attire for Kashmiri women.

Silver

West Bengal

 

Odisha

He Indian state has a unique culture and people of Orissa are very religious. … Both in urban and rural areas, you can find women in beautiful clothing.

The handloom saree, Bomkai sari is one of the oldest handloom saris and has grandiose craftsmanship which still lists it in the most loved saree.

Ikat saree

Gamucha

Andhra Pradesh

When we talk about dresses of India state wise, Andhra Pradesh offers bright hued and exquisite dresses that are worth buying

Pancha

Pochampally silk sari

Tamilnadu

lungi

Kanchipuram silk saree

Temple Jewelry

 Kerala

Mundu

Kasavu

Kasu Mala

Karnataka

Mysore Silk

Netri Chutti

Maharashtra

Dhoti-Pheta and Pagadi

Lugade

Guchhedar Nath

Gujarat

Chrono and Kediyu

Chaniya-choli 

Patla bangles

Rajasthan

Dhoti- Angrakha

bandhej saree

Borla

 

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