Kurtas can be made of multiple materials such as cotton, silk and malmal silk. Cotton is commonly used for Kurta Dhoti pant sleeveless Set Pesta Green malmal silk fabric formal outfits like Kurti Suit or Churidar Suit. Malmal is a very expensive fabric used for weddings only. It has a glittery appearance and is usually colored gold or silver. Silk is used widely for formal outfits because it is both elegant and comfortable to wear.
Even though both men and women wear kurtas, women are more often seen wearing them than men are. Children also wear kurtas instead of trousers or shorts. There are many variations in the way kurtas can be worn. Short kurtas are called tikka and can be worn with a dhoti for traditional Indian weddings or formalized Indian attire such as the Kurti suit or churidar suit. Long kurtas are known as ganji and are usually paired with a dhoti in gatherings such as festivals or religious events.
A kurta is an Indian garment commonly worn by men and women throughout India- especially during festivals and religious occasions. Different materials can be used for formal outfits such As Kurti Suit or Churidar Suit or for everyday wear as casuals such as Ganji trousers worn with Dhoti pant .