Importance of Wearing Dhoti

Dhoti is a 4.5-meter long cloth worn by men all over India. It is mainly available in silk and cotton. It includes both the waist and the legs. Dhoti is of great importance in many Indian states. There are so many special dhotis for pure progress also. 

In some regions, the dhotis silk is tucked up in five places on the waist. These five places are the symbols of the five cosmic elements, the whole earth, water, fire, finally air.

The dhoti is a standard garment to Indian subcontinental men and is worn around the lower part of the body. 

Different Styles of Dhoti

Plain Dhoti

 The red dhoti, also known as sowlay, is often used by reverends in temples. Some priests believe that these unstitched clothes are less vulnerable to pollution, making them more ideal for spiritual rights. This adds a sober yet colorful highlight to the religious ceremony. You can style it in any way once you master the art of tying a Dhoti and Shirt set from Minister White

 

  

 

 

 

White or Yellow Style Dhoti for Wedding

The dhoti has gold embroidery taped around the edges of the fabric to give it a little more colour. It is not necessary for the groom and the bride to wear the same pattern of fabric or the same color for their wedding. Although the same color or similar pattern makes it more beautiful and unifying, it enhances the whole atmosphere of the wedding. You can style it in any way once you master the art of tying a Veshti Shirt from Minister White

 

  Dhoti For Weddings

This outfit is part of a complete set and is usually worn for festivals or wedding ceremonies. This piece of clothing holds a significant place during the rites of marriage. However, this is the most peculiar of the South Indian weddings. The bride and groom are both decorated with stunning outfits, complete with accessories. 

Weddings in India can last for a few days, and for each day of the ceremony, the bride and groom are dressed in different outfits. Each suite is distinctly different from the last, with each firm symbolizing the meaning and importance of marriage and the time that comes after it. 

Plain Wrap Dhoti

The dhoti can be wrapped differently, but plain wrap is one of the most common. This draping style is most common in southern India and is most commonly seen in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka. When the men are engaged in tiresome work, the garment is folded halfway up to the knees. Dhothi made of cotton is mostly used to work in the field. This style of the dhoti is usually worn by politicians because it is a costume that is believed to command respect and dignity.   

  

 

 

 

Nothing can  beat traditional cotton dhotis or  veshtis, choose the right shade of white to match it with a kurta or silk shirt. There are a lot of options to select from with either the colored or zari (jari) borders from our online collections of Minister white.