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Kerala Attire- Unique and Heavenly

The dresses of this south Indian State are heavily influenced by the culture & tradition of Kerala. The color of the dresses are generally white or off-white and are simple in appearance. For some special occasion like wedding the colors represents different shades of red. Further, the hot climatic conditions also bear an influence on the type of dresses worn by the local people of Kerala. Kerala comprises people of different religions having their own unique attires
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kerala old Syrian Chirstian in the Tradtional Attire- Chattayum Mundum with kavani

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Oppana is generally presented by females, numbering about fifteen including musicians, on a wedding day. The bride dressed in all finery, covered with gold ornaments and her palms and feet adorned with an intricately woven pattern of mylanchi (henna), sits amidst the circle of dancers. She is the chief spectator sitting on a peetam (chair), around which the singing and dancing take place. While they sing, they clap their hands rhythmically and move around the bride using simple steps.

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he mundu (Malayalam: മുണ്ട്; pronounced [muɳɖɨ]) is a garment worn around the waist in Kerala It is normally woven in cotton and coloured white or cream. The colour is dependent on whether the cotton is bleached or unbleached. A kaddar mundu is made using handlooms. When unbleached, the mundu is called a neriyathu. In modern times, two types of mundu are prevalent - the single and the double. A single mundu is draped once around the waist, while the double is folded in half before draping.

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Kuttanad area Elderly women in her daily chore attire (Kaili and blouse) and are believed to be weared by person of low social stature .... she is happy trying her hands at angling for her lunch.

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Muslim Old women " Ithatha" in their traditional attire peculiar of Malabar

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