Pyjama Type Dhoti and Angavastram
Angavastram or Thundu is traditionally a white piece of cloth or stole, worn by men from the Hindu community, which is draped over the shoulders. It is a long rectangular cloth meant to cover the torso. This piece of clothing is generally worn with the South Indian dhoti or veshti especially among the Brahmins and their temple priests.
The Pyjama and Dhoti are the Indian traditional wear. Wearing a Dothi is difficult compared to pyjama. Pyjama type dhoti is overcome that difficulty. Pyjama type dhoti are more comfortable at Puja's time.
|Dhoti Length||46 Inches|
|Angavastram Length||38*76 Inches|
|Fabric||Hand Wash, Machine wash|