Pictures of indian women in skirts

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Traditional dresses of India vary from one part of the country to another based on geography, climate, ethnicity, and culture. In the era of westernization and globalization, India has managed to preserve its culture through the garments worn. Traditional Indian clothes are especially a staple in celebrations such as weddings and festivals. Garments worn in India have evolved over time. Influences from the Gupta period, establishment of Islam, and British colonization have been visible in Indian costumes throughout history. Fashion in India became a widespread phenomenon after independence, especially in the late the s through to the s.

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History of clothing in the Indian subcontinent can be traced to the Indus Valley Civilization or earlier. Indians have mainly worn clothing made up of locally grown cotton. India was one of the first places where cotton was cultivated and used even as early as BCE during the Harappan era. The remnants of the ancient Indian clothing can be found in the figurines discovered from the sites near the Indus Valley Civilisation , the rock-cut sculptures , the cave paintings , and human art forms found in temples and monuments. These scriptures view the figures of human wearing clothes which can be wrapped around the body. Taking the instances of the sari to that of turban and the dhoti , the traditional Indian wears were mostly tied around the body in various ways.

History of clothing in the Indian subcontinent

A group of men in Bangalore, India, donned skirts to show support for India's women in the wake of the Dec. The 25 men in skirts joined hundreds of activists in Cubbon Park Saturday to show that a particular style of clothing does not invite sexual assault, according to a Facebook post about the event. Samarpita Samaddar, a communications professional, and entrepreneur Aditya Mallya organized the "Skirt the Issue" gathering primarily through Facebook, the Press Trust of India reports.
Dress is important and unique to every culture. Many cultures dress as they do because certain materials are easier to find than others. Each culture also dresses according to its own standard of modesty and its needs for protection from the climate. Individuals may dress in certain ways to express who they are as people.