Synonyms for kurta or Related words with kurta

salwar              kameez              shalwar              dhoti              choli              churidar              suthan              ghagra              lehenga              dupatta              angarkha              kurtas              saree              sarong              phiran              perahan              chador              jeogori              achkan              qameez              partug              sarongs              kebaya              pagri              peshawari              baju              dhotis              ajrak              turbans              phulkari              qamiz              tunban              cholis              dashiki              pantaloons              longyi              loincloth              tehmat              shawls              pajamma              songkok              mundu              bandhani              jilbab              bahawalpuri              keffiyeh              suruwal              samloy              thawb              caftan             



Examples of "kurta"
Styles of kurta peculiar to Delhi include the wooden beaded kurta and a kurta heavily laden with embroidery.
The Multani kurta is crocheted using designs of Multan (Punjab, Pakistan). Local Ajrak prints are also used. The Multani kurta is also known as the Saraiki kurta.
The Punjabi kurta also draws inspiration from the Mughal kurta, which was in common use in the region. However, The Mughal kurta was much loose than the Punjabi kurta,had no side slits and the upper part of the Mughal kurta was also very loose.
Many prefer to wear a Kurta. A Kurta can be worn with Salwar, or Dhoti.
Garments - Dhoti and kurta, and Muslims wear kurta, pyjama and topi.
Men have worn mainly pant-shirt, kurta-payjama or dhoti (which the Punjabi call chadara) and kurta.
Men have worn mainly pant-shirt, kurta-payjama or dhoti (which the Punjabi call chadara) and kurta.
The traditional Lucknowi kurta can either be short or long, using as much as 12 yards of cloth. The traditional Lucknowi kurta styles have an overlapping panel. However, the term "Lucknowi kurta" now applies to the straight-cut kurta embroidered using local Chikan embroidery.
The traditional Punjabi kurta of the Punjab region is wide and falls to the knees and is cut straight. The modern version of the regional kurta is the Mukatsari kurta which originates from Muktsar in Punjab. This modern Punjabi kurta is famous for its slim-fitting cuts and smart fit designs. It is very popular among young politicians.
The traditional Punjabi kurta of the Punjab region is wide and falls to the knees and is cut straight. The modern version of the regional kurta is the Mukatsari kurta which originates from Muktsar in Punjab. This modern Punjabi kurta is famous for its slim fitting cuts and smart fit designs. It is very popular among young politicians.
A Kurta pajama that comprises two items - a kurta (top) and pajama (bottom) is the traditional male attire of the Punjabi people.
Kurta and Pajama is the culturally accepted dress for men. Farmers find Punjabi Tamba and Kurta particularly comfortable. Office-going men wear shirts and pants.
The Muktsari kurta pajamma is the modern Punjabi version of the traditional kurta pajamma outfit which is very popular on the sub-continent.
The Purdah (or veil) is mainly in vogue among Bagri women. Men mainly wear a pant-shirt, kurta-payjama and dhoti (Punjabis call it the chadara-kurta).§
The designer has recently created the world's largest kurta. The kurta, large enough to be worn by a person, was unveiled at a public ceremony. The "Guinness World Records" later certified the entry based on a rigorous documentation process. The kurta weighs 800 kg, is 101 feet tall and 59 feet 3 inches wide. Each sleeve is almost 57 feet long. It took a team of 50 professional tailors a period of 30 days to make the kurta. The huge kurta is made of 800 yards of cotton blend fabric.
The upper garments include the Punjabi kameez and the chola of the Punjab region. The local style of the Punjabi kurta is the Multani kurta which is crocheted using designs of Multan. Local Ajrak prints are also used as are prints known as chit Multani or Multani chint. Multan is also known for its tie-dying material. Multani embroidery includes kalabatun which features patterns using thin wires. The other name for the Multani kurta is the Saraiki kurta. Over the kurta or kameez, the kurti is also sometimes worn.
The kurta with its side slits in the Punjabi kurta can be traced to the 11th century C.E. female kurtaka worn in parts of north India. The kurtaka was a short shirt, with sleeves extending from the shoulders, to the middle of the body, and had slashes on the left and the right sides. This is the same as the modern Punjabi kurta which has side slits and is worn by women in the Punjab region as do men. The kurta also draws inspiration from the jama and the Punjabi angarkha. The kurta can be worn with a salwar, suthan, tehmat, lungi, dhoti, Punjabi ghagra and jeans.
The outfit in Jammu is the Dogri kurta and suthan.
A kali or kalidar kurta is similar to a frock and has many panels. The kalidar kurta is made up of several geometrical pieces. It has two rectangular central panels in the back and the front. The kali kurta is worn by men and women.
The upper garment is traditionally either a long kurta or a kurti which is a short coat. The kurta is a remnant of the kurtaka which was short and had side slits. It was in use in the 11th century C.E.and provides a link to the kurta of the Punjab region.