India is a republic that the majority of the inhabitants are Hindu people (80.46%), Moslem people (13.43%), Christian people (2.34%), and Sikh people (1.87%), Buda people (0.77%) Jain people (0.41%), last is Jewish people. In India, there are some traditional clothes for men and women that are very popular for the Hindu people in the entire of the world. What are they? It is good for us to know their clothes so we can recognize the country of people when we see people wearing the clothes. Now, let us see at least three kinds of Indian wear 2012 that is not too different the previous years one by one.
First of Indian wear 2012 is custom cloth for men called Kurta. Kurta is a long sleeved loose cloth that the length is reaches the knees. Even if kurta is designed for men, women can wear it too. Kurta usually used with pajama, shalwar, churidar, and dhotis. But as Indian wear 2012, kurta is also suitable to be used with jeans. Kurta usually used in daily and also a good cloth that is able to be used to attend formal programs. Although kurta is popular in 1960 to 1970, now, it becomes popular once again as Indian wear 2012.
Next of Indian wear 2012 is Salwar kameez. This Indian wear 2012 is usually used by men and women in India that the top part of the pant is wide and the under part is tight. Yes, it is loose designed to make the wearer feel comfort and free to do anything. Women usually wear this custom cloth as the complement of Shari. And the last Indian wear 2012 is Shari. It is a seamless fabric that is used by women. The length of Shari reaches 4 to 9 meters and it is usually used with many styles. Shari usually used to cover the petticoat or lingerie with choli blouse or ravika.