Pure Cotton Dhotis, Angavastram and Veshti for Men

168 in. x 45 in. and 95 in. x 45 in.
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Bright-White Cotton Ready To Wear Dhoti With Woven Zari Patti from ISKCON Vrindavan by BLISS
  • Var21
  • Var22
  • Var1
  • Var11
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  • Var13
  • Var15
  • Var16
  • Var17
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  • Var19
  • Var2
  • Var3
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DHOTI - 35 INCH LENGTH X 54 INCH WIDTH
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Plain Dhoti and Angavastram Set with Striped Border from ISKCON Vrindavan by BLISS
  • Cordovan
  • Apricot Wash
  • Desert Rose
  • Iced Coffee
  • Pesto
  • Timber Wolf
  • Yellow Cream
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160 in. x 46 in. and 94 in. x 46 in.
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Dhoti and Angavastram Set with Woven Border
  • Amethyst
  • Aventurine
  • Brunette
  • Cinnamon Stick
  • Orchid
  • Pink Carnation
  • Tango Red
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Plain Angavastram with Multicolored Thread Woven Border
  • Oxblood Red
  • Tango Red
  • Zinnia
  • Tigerlily Orange
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Angavastram: Length 7 ft x Width 4 ftDhoti: Length 12.5 ft x Width 4 ft
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50 inches x 152 inches
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Plain Dhoti and Angavastram Set with Woven Border
  • Birds Of Paradise
  • Brick Red
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Dhoti and Angavastram Set with Woven Border
  • Greenbriar
  • Air Blue
  • Dark Slate
  • Green Lake
  • Dark Citron
  • Desert Flower
  • Light Mahogany
  • Malaga
  • Marine Green
  • Parisian Blue
  • Pink Mist
  • Classic Green
  • Vibrant Green
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Plain Angavastram with Zari-Woven Border
  • Apricot
  • Midnight Black
  • Lemon Chrome
  • Mars Red
  • Spicy Orange
  • Zinnia
  • Floral White
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5.8 ft X 2.9 ft
$12
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Plain Dhoti and Angavastram Set with Striped Border
  • Purple Passion
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Ready to Wear Dhoti and Angavastram Set with Woven Temple Border
  • Egret White
  • Star White
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FAQs


Q1. What is dhoti function age?

 

When the family's young sons reach the age of 11, they are on the cusp of entering their teenage years and becoming adults. As a result, in order to commemorate this occasion in an official manner, his maternal uncle or aunt will present them with a silk dhoti, and the occasion will be celebrated as a sign of the boy's passage into maturity and promising future. A significant event in the culture and history of South India is known as the Dhoti Ceremony. This is a momentous day in the Telugu family's calendar, which they call "Panchalu," and they celebrate it in a magnificent manner with their close friends and relatives.

 

Q2. What is worn under a dhoti?

 

Dhoti-wearing men and women in southern India frequently accessorize their traditional garment with a spare scrap of cloth, called an angavastram. The garment is designed to be worn over the shoulder. This garment will remain on the shoulders for the time being. Many men in southern India wear their dhotis cuffed at the knees, a style that involves folding the garment in half and tucking it under the waist. This style of draping the dhoti is known as the half-fold. The dhoti can be worn in this fashion (called a "half fold"), however it is not required. It's done this to guarantee a problem-free and efficient operation.


Q3. In which state do men wear an Angavastram?

 

People from Southern India, especially from the state of Tamil Nadu, often wear an angavastram with their sari. As part of the costume, the person wears an angavastram, which is a piece of unstitched fabric that is draped over the shoulders and tied in place. It can also be worn with a shirt called a chokka or a local version of the kurta called a jubba. Both of these clothes are called "kurtas." In the state of Andhra Pradesh, both of these options are common. Either of these shirts would be called a kurta in the world of Indian fashion. Also, in the state of Andhra Pradesh, it is more comfortable to wear it over a shirt than as a single piece of clothing.

 

Q4. What do you wear on veshti?

 

It is common practice to pair it, depending on the event, with a shirt, a kurta, a jacket, or practically any other item of men's clothing that is currently in circulation. This might be a shirt, a kurta, a jacket, or any other article of men's clothing. It's possible that this is a shirt, but it might also be a kurta or perhaps a jacket. Additionally, the type of footwear that is acceptable to wear with a dhoti will differ from one occasion to the next depending on the kind of gathering that you are going to. You are more than welcome to wear traditional Indian footwear such as juttis or mojaris, as well as leather chappals, kolhapuri chappals, or even a combination of juttis and mojaris on your feet during this event.