White Silk Dhoti with Shawl


INR 14,925


Dhoti kurta is the traditional Indian clothing of men. Unlike other dresses, it is an unstitched piece of cloth usually 5 yards long that is tied around the waist and legs.

How to wear a dhoti:

  • The dhoti is one long piece of cloth. Start by folding it in half so that it is half its original length.
  • Drape the dhoti behind you. The stripe should be vertical and held at the top by the left hand. The top of the folded side should be in your right hand and the dhoti should drape almost to the ground behind your heels.
  • Bring together in front of you the folded side in your right hand to meet the stripe side in your left hand.
  • Hold both the folded and stripe side in your left hand and bring them at even tension directly to your left side, keeping the bottom of the dhoti level and near the ground.
  • Hold the stripe side in your left hand as you accordion fold the fold side with your right hand until it is even horizontally with your left leg.
  • There should now be a folded bunch in your right hand. Slightly lift this bunch in your right hand as you bring the stripe side over it to your right side. The dhoti is now wrapped around you. What is left is adjusting the tightness and rolling it down to hold the tension in place.
  • Take the bunch in your right hand twist it slightly together and to the left and slip the top side of the dhoti just over the bunch to hold it in place.
  • Even up the stripe side so that the stripe is vertical and the dhoti drapes level just above the floor.
  • Roll the top of the dhoti down to a comfortable waist level, somewhere below the belly button.

  • Dhoti with shawl made in pure silk can be worn during Pooja or any religious function.

    Size: 4.25 metre x 1.25 metre
    Shawl: 2.75 metre
    Color: White