a long piece of brightly colored cloth (cotton or silk) used as clothing (a skirt or loincloth or sash etc.) in India and Pakistan and Burma
a colorful piece of cloth wrapped around the waist
a wraparound worn by men below the waist, usually of checquered cotton, similar to a Sarong of Indonesia
a length of cloth draped into a slim, ungathered skirt.
a two meter length of cloth worn by working men all over india. The lungi is more often than not mill printed in rich colors and patterns.
A piece of garment worn by men on the lower half of the body. Worn in various ways in different parts of India. Go to top
a garment for the lower body, like a dhoti but worn differently. In Southern India lungis are sometimes doubled up and worn as high as mid-thigh.
A garment-piece worn by men, as a long, straight skirt-cloth.
A sarong (usually made of cotton or Mul) worn traditionally by men in India.
The lungi (Bangla: à¦²à§à¦™à§à¦—à¦¿) is a garment worn around the waist in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar (formerly Burma). While its origin is found in South Indian culture, it is worn by diverse communities across Southern Asia. It is normally woven in cotton with variety of designs and colors, though the most popular styles are either solid-colored or plaid.