India is a diverse country with 7 Union Territories and 29 different states each having their own set of cultures and traditions, clothing, language and many minute details. Here we are going to analyze the dress code of these 29 Indian States. Read on to know more:

1. Andhra Pradesh

For the men, the traditional dress is their dhoti and kurta and for the women, it is the sarees.

Aandhar Pradesh

2. Assam

Assam has a rich culture and custom. Its dresses incorporate Golden Silk Fiber or Muga. It is extremely hard to not see a woman wearing “Muga” or “Mekhela Chadar”. With a specific end goal to make the apparel of Assam, “Paat” and “Eri” are utilized. Eri is utilized to make winter attire especially shawls known as “Eri Chadar” and Paat is for making “Mekhela Chadar”. For the gents, they usually go for short kurti & lungi with a “Ghamcha”

Assam dress code

3. Arunachal Pradesh

Ladies wear a sleeveless chemise with a weaved, full-sleeves coat, alongside a slip or skirt. The clothing is never normally entire without ‘Mushaiks’ or petticoat. A skull-top loaded with Yak hair, called as the ‘Gurdam’, adds class to the general clothing. Men of this clan wear lungi of green shading with white, red and yellow yarn. They wear a sleeveless shirt and an upper piece of clothing.

Arunachal Pradesh

4. Bihar

Bihar, also known as the Land of Buddha, has their traditional attire as dhoti & kurta for men and Tussar silk sarees for the women.

Bihar

5. Chhattisgarh

Men generally wear Halbas, Ghotuls, Abhuj Marias, Murias, and so on., wear dhotis and headgears like cotton turbans. The ladies wear knee-length or full-length sarees in brilliant colors. The most utilized materials are silk and cotton and they are generally painted with liquid wax.

Chhattisgarh

6. Goa

The traditional outfits of Goa people are fundamentally similar to different states of South India. For the most part, ladies wear a sari, which called ‘Nav-Vari’. The sarees studded with valuable stones and gems and ‘Pano Bhaju’. Men generally stick to the basics.

Goa

7. Gujarat

Ladies typically wear saris or salwar kamiz. In rural parts, men are found to wear dhotis and kurtas or bandis. Indeed, even customary outfits like chania choli by ladies and Kedia dress is worn by men in provincial zones or amid social celebrations.

Gujarat

8. Haryana

For the men, the traditional attire primarily consists of Dhoti, Kurta / Shirt, Pagri and juttis for the shoes. Whereas, for the women, they generally wear shirt along with ghagra, daman, angia, and odhni.

Haryana

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9. Himachal Pradesh

Men generally wear dhoti & kurta or churidar or pyjama with a pagri whereas, the women, they wear kurtas, rahide, and Ghagra Lehenga Choli.

Himachal Pradesh

10. Jammu & Kashmir

Pheran is the most famous dress both for men and women. Women wear them either with salwar or churidar. Pathani suit is another identity of the men from this part.

Jammu

11. Jharkhand

The traditional tribal clothing for men is called the Bhagwan, which is a one-piece cloth whereas for the non-tribal men it includes kurta, pyjama, dhoti & shirts. For women, it is the sari and blouse.

Jharkand

12. Karnataka

Ilakal Saree and Mysore silk are very renowned. The draping of the sari shifts relying upon the zone like Kodagu, North and South Karnataka and Karavali. Davani is a conventional outfit for the females. The traditional dress for the men is the Dhoti, known as Panche.

Karnataka

13. Kerala

In Kerala, the Lungi, also known as Kaili or Kalli Mundu, is worn by the men and women. Women also opt for sarees.

Kerala

14. Madhya Pradesh

Men here generally wear dhoti with kurta or shirt and ‘Safa’ a kind of turban, while women stick to lehenga & choli as well as odhni to cover the head.

Madhya Pradesh

15. Maharashtra

For Men, the traditional clothes include dhoti also known as Dhotar and pheta, while for women it is the choli and saree locally known as Nauwari saadi or Lugda.

Maharashtra

16. Manipur

Manipuri Men wear their traditional costume as dhoti with a jacket and a white turban called Pagri as for women they wear Innaphi and Phanek which is worn like a sarong.

Manipur

17. Mizoram

Men in Mizoram dons a cloth around 7 feet long and 5 feet wide. In addition to this, an extra piece of fabric is wrapped around the upper body during winter season clubbed up with a white-colored coat with white and red bands. For women, the traditional dress is ‘Puan’ which has black and white shades. It is generally paired up with ‘Puanchei’.

Mizoram

18. Meghalaya

For women, the traditional costume is Jainsen. This unstitched garment is made of mulberry silk and is worn around the body. While men belonging to the Garo tribe wear a loincloth as their traditional dress. The men of the Khasi Tribe wear a long cloth around their waist which is unstitched. This long cloth has a lot of similarity to a Dhoti which can be worn along with a jacket or a turban.

Meghalaya

19. Nagaland

Women usually wear white and blue cloth with black marginal bands of breadth. They generally wear Angami which is a casual dress for women comprising a sleeveless top known as vatchi, a petticoat known as neikhro and a white skirt known as pfemhou. Men in Nagaland generally wear a shawl known as Ratapfe. The shawl is embroidered in 3 or 4 lines and looks simply attractive.

Nagaland

20. Odisha

Women in Odisha generally wear Kataki Sari and Sambalpuri Sari whereas Men stick to dhoti, kurta, and gamucha.

Odisha

21. Punjab

The traditional dress for men is the kurta and tehmat/pajama and for women, the traditional dress is the salwar suit or ghagra.

Punjab

22. Rajasthan

Men in Rajasthan wear dhotis or pyjama, kurta, angarkha, and paggar or safa which is a kind of turban. Women stick to ghagra (long skirt) and kanchli (top).

Rajasthan

23. Sikkim

The dress for both men and women are almost similar with men wearing Bakhu with a pair of loose trousers and a leather belt. While women belt this outfit over a silk blouse which is full sleeved, also known as honju.

Sikkim

24. Tamil Nadu

The women in Tamil Nadu wear rich culture saris or full-length short blouse and shawl, this style is called Pavada, which also known as a half sari. Men generally wear shirts and lungi.

Tamil Nadu

25. Telangana

Women here prefers saree as their traditional attire whereas Men generally wear dhoti and kurta.

Telangana

26. Tripura

Men in Tripura generally wears a loose cloth resembling a towel also known as Rikutu Gamcha clubbed with a shirt known as Kubai. Women generally wears Rinai. It is draped all across the waist to the knees. Women also put on a short cloth known as Risa.

Tripura

27. Uttar Pradesh

Women here prefer sarees and salwar kameez whereas, for Men, they pick up kurta and lungi or kurta and pajama for the traditional wear.

Uttar Pradesh

28. Uttarakhand

Women wear a long skirt known as ghagri along with a choli and odhni, men wear dhoti or lungi along with a shirt.

Uttarakhand

29. West Bengal

Women love to wear saree as their traditional attire, whereas for the men, they generally pick Panjabi along with dhoti or sometimes lungi as their traditional outfit.

West Bengal

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