loose-fitting pants, resembling pajamas, worn by women in the northern part of India
a pair of light loose trousers witha tight fit around the ankles; worn by women from the Indian subcontinent (usually with a kameez)
a flaired pyjama that falls at the ankles and is drawn tightly in at the waist with a string
a pyjama-like trouser
trousers loose enough to be comfortable without looking baggy; the original pyjamas.
the long trousers and tunic worn by many Sikh women. It covers their arms and legs and does not reveal their body shape, but is still practical. The salwar is worn with the chuni â€“ a headscarf that is wrapped around the head and neck and covers the shoulders as well.
Wide loose pants with a reinforced cuff and a drawstring usually worn with a long tunic
Pants worn by girls under a kurta / kameez (tunic). Also commonly as spelled as Salwaar / Shalwar / Salvar.
Baggy drawstring trousers gathered at the ankle. Usually worn with Kameez and Dupatta.