The rich and Majestic Rajasthani culture is reflected by its majestic forts, royal palaces, festivals, delicious food, cultural events, shows and programs, rituals and rites. While coming on to clothing, Rajasthan women wear a ghagra and kanchli whereas men wear dhoti and kurta, angarkha, paggar or safa.
Basically, ghagra is full length, embroidered skirt, which appears to be in different colours, prints and rich fabric like silk, cotton, georgette.
The ghagra is also incorporated with the antique borders and jaipuri gota-patti work.
The long piece of cloth is known as chunar or odhni. There are various ways of wearing odhni.
Rajasthani men wear a turban known as Pagri as it is really important part of the entire attire.
Angrakha is the upper garment that means protecting the body. It is made up of cotton.
Dhoti or pyjama is used to cover the lower portion of the body. They are mostly white in colours. People in Rajasthan wear Dhoti regularly.