LET’S START FROM THE MEN’S CLOTHING ( वेशभूषा ) :
Jama – This garment is worn from neck to knees. In the Mughal period, Jama was worn from the neck to the ankle of the feet, it was called Akbari Jama.
Pajama – worn from the waist to the ankle of the feet. Clothing.
Dhoti – This white colored garment It is worn at the waist.
Kamarband/Patka – It is a garment tied around the waist in which a dagger or sword was kept.
Angocha – a garment worn on the shoulders of men.
Achkan – This is an evolved form of Angrakhi.
Chuga/Chowga – It is a garment worn over the tunic.
Pachhevda – a winter garment worn by men.
Duchhi – It is worn like a Jama cloth, most prevalent in Mewar.
Briches – A garment used in place of churidar pajamas.