It’s very interesting to know that many words of currency you are using comes from different countries. Today we are going to share the list of several Indian & Hindi words that are used globally in the fashion industry. Such as:
Sari: A traditional garment worn by women, typically made of silk/cotton and draped around the body.
Lehenga: Traditional skirt, usually worn with a choli/blouse, and a dupatta/scarf.
Salwar: Pair of loose-fitting pants wear by women, often used with a kameez, which is a long tunic.
Chikankari: Embroidery originating from Lucknow, an old city in India, that is typically done on muslin or cotton fabrics.
Banarasi: Made up of silk fabric that is traditionally made in Varanasi, India, & is known for its intricate gold & silver threadwork.
Kurta: A long shirt or tunic that is typically used by men in South Asia, & has become popular globally as a stylish and comfortable garment.
Dupatta: Long scarf that is typically worn with a kurta or lehenga and is used to cover the head & chest.
Kanjeevaram: Famous silk saree that originates from the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, known for its bright colours & gold zari work.
Chanderi: Also a type of silk and cotton fabric that originates from the town of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh, India. It is known for its fine texture & delicate embroidery.
Patola: Fine type of silk saree from Gujarat, India, is known for its intricate double weave & vibrant colours.
Jutti: A kind of traditional footwear that is typically made of leather and embroidered with intricate designs.
Anarkali: Long flowing tunic that is worn with leggings or churidar pants & is popularly known as an Anarkali suit.
Phulkari: A type of embroidery that originates from the Punjab region of India and Pakistan, known for its colourful floral designs.
Bandhani: A type of tie-dye technique that originates from the state of Gujarat in India, known for its vibrant colours and intricate patterns.
Kalamkari: hand-painted or block-printed fabric that originates from Andhra Pradesh, India, known for its intricate depictions of mythological scenes & stories.
These are just a few examples of Indian & Hindi words that are used globally in the fashion industry. There are many other traditional garments from India & textiles that have gained popularity worldwide.