Kurta Man

Our Indian Kurtas for Men

the Kurta is a traditional clothes carried by many countries such as:

  • Afghanistan
  • Nepal
  • Pakistan
  • India
  • Bangladesh
  • Sri Lanka

This kind of very ample shirt Who goes down along the body, often to the knees, is carried by both men and women. This old-fashioned garment is for everyday life as for special events, as a well-dressed outfit.

As part of the hippie fashion in the 1960s and 1970s, this garment has been successful in the West in recent decades. If you like the Indian fashion, do not hesitate to take a tour of our selection of Indian clothes for men.

The design of a Kurta

A traditional Kurta is made ofPieces of rectangle-shaped fabricand some triangle shaped gussets under the arms. It is designed so as not to produce surplus tissue. The Kurtas Cup is very sober, but decorative additions that are affixed on it are often complex!

Unlike Western clothes, the sleeves of a Kurta are very straight and accompanied by hem or decorations. The back and the front are made of rectangular partss. The comfort of this garment comes mainly openings left on the side of the habit, allowing a great freedom of movement.

Despite some models opening at the shoulders, the majority of the Kurtas open on the front using a slot or button ! No collar is present on traditional Kurtas but current variants may have a right-collar MAO type!

If you like male Hindu mode, our Saris for men Could you please you

Kurtas of large sizes

The little more than we propose you: large Indian clothes. Indeed, our man's saris are offered in the following sizes:

  • S
  • M
  • THE
  • XL
  • XXL (2XL)
  • XXXL (3XL)
  • XXXXL (4XL)
  • XXXXXL (5XL)