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Bengali Kurta Design Biography
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The term kurta (Urdu: كُرتا‎), (Punjabi: ਕੁੜਤਾ), (Bengali: কুর্তা (পাঞ্জাবী)), (Persian:كُرتہ), (Hindi: कुरता, pronounced [ˈkʊrt̪aː]) is a generic term used in South Asia for several forms of upper garments for men and women, with regional variations of form.The traditional male attire for men in India consisted of the dhoti and an unstitched cloth draped around the shoulders extended to cover the upper body. With the expansion of the Indo-Muslim Delhi Sultanate followed by Mughal rule, men in North India began to use the Mughal jamma as the upper garment, which eventually led to different versions of the kurta being developed, such as the Punjabi kurta, the Gujarati angarkha and the Rajasthani angarkha, both also termed ‘kurta’. It is the Punjabi form of kurta which is currently popular throughout the sub-continent.
The male use of a stitched upper garment was initially extensively used in the Punjab and modelled on the Mughal kurta.[1] The Mughal kurta was much loose than the Punjabi kurta and had no side slits. Also, the upper part of the Mughal kurta was very loose. Over time, the Mughal kurta developed into the Punjabi kurta[2] which began to be worn by men with the [3]tehmat[4] (Punjaabi dhoti) and pajamma. Indeed, the kurta is known as 'Panjabi' in Bengali and Assam,[5] perhaps indicating its Punjabi origins in the sub-continent.
Before the use of the kurta, people in Jammu traditionally wore the peshwaj[6] which flowed to the ankles. However, the traditional attire now is the kurta and Dogri pajjamma.
The use of the kurta was very rare in Kashmir until Kashyap Bandhu encouraged its use in the 1930's cultural revolution.The word "kurta" is a borrowing from Hindustani,[7] and originally from Persian (literally, "a collarless shirt")[8] and was first used in English in the 20th century.[9]
Kurta is a piece of clothing worn by males, it is usually worn for fashion, tradition and culture. As the Thawb is encouraged to be worn in Saudi Arabia, Pakistani and Indian expatriates rather prefer to wear the Kurta as a close and same version to the Arab clothing.A kurta (Urdu: كُرتا‎), (Bengali: কুর্তা (পাঞ্জাবী), Persian:كُرتہ, Hindi: कुरता, pronounced [ˈkʊrt̪aː]; (also kurti for a shorter version for women) is a traditional item of clothing worn in Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. It is a loose shirt falling either just above or somewhere below the knees of the wearer, and is worn by men. They were traditionally worn with loose-fitting paijama (kurta-paijama), loose-fitting shalwars, semi-tight (loose from the waist to the knees, and tight from the calves to the ankles churidars, or wrapped-around dhotis;[9] but are now also worn with jeans.[10] Kurtas are worn both as casual everyday wear and as formal dress.
Women wear kurtis as blouses, usually over jeans.[10] These kurtis are typically much shorter than the traditional garments and made with a lighter materials, like those used in sewing kameez.
Imported kurtas were fashionable in the 1960s and 1970s, as an element of hippie fashion, fell from favor briefly, and are now again fashionable. South Asian women may also wear this Western adaptation of South Asian fashion.
Formal kurtas are usually custom-made by South Asian tailors, who work with the fabric their customers bring them. South Asians overseas and Westerners, can buy them at South Asian clothing stores or order them from web retailers.A traditional kurta consists of rectangular fabric pieces with perhaps a few gusset inserts, and is cut so as to leave no wasted fabric. The cut is usually simple, although decorative treatments can be elaborate.
The sleeves of a traditional kurta fall straight to the wrist; they do not narrow, as do many Western-cut sleeves. Sleeves are not cuffed, just hemmed and decorated.
The front and back pieces of a simple kurta are also rectangular. The side seams are left open for 6-12 inches above the hem, which gives the wearer some ease of movement.
The kurta usually opens in the front; some styles, however, button at the shoulder seam. The front opening is often a hemmed slit in the fabric, tied or buttoned at the top; some kurtas, however, have plackets rather than slits. The opening may be centered on the chest, or positioned off center.
A traditional kurta does not have a collar. Modern variants may feature stand-up collars of the type known to tailors and seamstresses as "mandarin" collars. These are the same sort of collars seen on achkans, sherwanis, and Nehru jackets.
Indian subcontinent has a very popular styling of Mukatsari kurta (getting its origin from the province of Mukatsar in Punjab (India)) which is famous for its slim fitting cuts and smart fit designs. It is very popular among young politicians.

Bengali Kurta Design……..Woman Boys Girls Designs Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
Bengali Kurta Design……..Woman Boys Girls Designs Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
Bengali Kurta Design……..Woman Boys Girls Designs Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
Bengali Kurta Design……..Woman Boys Girls Designs Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
Bengali Kurta Design……..Woman Boys Girls Designs Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
Bengali Kurta Design……..Woman Boys Girls Designs Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
Bengali Kurta Design……..Woman Boys Girls Designs Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
Bengali Kurta Design……..Woman Boys Girls Designs Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
Bengali Kurta Design……..Woman Boys Girls Designs Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
Bengali Kurta Design……..Woman Boys Girls Designs Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers
Bengali Kurta Design……..Woman Boys Girls Designs Photos Pictures Images Pics Wallpapers

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