Indian Kurta pajamas, consisting of two pieces of clothing, is one of the basic clothing of Indian men. The first garment is a kurta which is like a long shirt and loose almost reach the knees, while the second is the pajamas or pajamas, a lightweight drawstring pants. Although primarily used on formal occasions, kurta pajamas can also be used casually. In fact, many Indians with this dress as your sleepwear.
'Pajamas' The term entered the English language from Hindustani, a language in which the Urdu and Hindi originated. The original word comes from 'leg garment "from the Persian word meaning" Payjama'. It was because of British colonization of India 'pajamas' the expression and dissemination dress elsewhere. In India, one often find politicians who dressed in starched white kurta pajama Indian. As is tradition, civilians wear this dress at parties and other special occasions such as Holi, the religious ceremony, etc.
Only the soft tissues of materials used to manufacture kurta pajamas, since it is supposed to release a comfortable garment. Despite good quality cotton is the most common material used for manufacturing kurta pajamas, other fabrics like silk and satin are also used. Normally, adults prefer to wear the kurta and pajamas in neutral colors because they look very dignified. Children, however, carry this dress in varying shades and patterns. Kolhapuri chappals are the most preferred footwear for this type of attire.