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Q1. What is veshti made of?

Veshti is a sort of fabric that is typically constructed out of cotton, polyester, and silk; the colors white and cream predominate in veshti, and the fabric is manufactured by utilizing these three types of materials. In the southern part of our nation, it is frequently crafted with a border made of gold or silver that extends along the entirety of the item and covers the entire length of it. This border runs all the way across the sculpture in a horizontal direction. It is customary for the user of this garment to tie five knots before wrapping oneself in it. However, the precise number of knots that should be tied may differ from one state to another.


Q2. How long is a veshti?

The otte veshti, which is also commonly known as the single veshti, is the type of drape that is considered to be the simplest and most fundamental of all of the veshti variations. The length of it is 4 muzhams, which is approximately equivalent to 3.7 meters in length. Moreover, the width of it is 1 muzham.


Q3. What is meant by veshti?

A veshti is a little piece of cloth that is customarily draped over the shoulders. Malayalees would typically wear a mundu in addition to a veshti when attending more formal celebrations. A mundu is a type of head covering. The traditional use of a veshti, which is a square piece of fabric, is required for the completion of this work. It is traditional for Malayalee women to wrap their hair with a scarf called a mundu and use it as a head covering in public. Veshtis, which are a kind of headbands, are a common form of body adornment among the residents of Kerala.

Q4. How is dhoti size calculated?

If you are less than 5 feet and a half, you should obtain a dhoti that is 9 feet long and 5 feet broad. This is the standard size. If you are taller than 5 feet and half an inch, you should generally select a size that is 10 feet by 6 feet for yourself. The first digit, which could be either 9 or 10, designates the length of the dhoti that is traditionally worn for Panchakacham, and the second digit, which could be either 5 or 6, is used for Angavastram. The length of the dhoti that is traditionally worn for Panchakacham is indicated by the first figure.