Jharkhand Traditional Costumes:
Jharkhand traditional costumes indicate the states nature, culture and simplicity of the people. Previously the state is a part of Bihar. Due to some reasons, in November 2000 Jharkhand was born as a new state.
Jharkhand Traditional Costumes for Women:
The people in Jharkhand follow with utmost respect to their tradition and culture. The costumes of women in Jharkhand are very traditional and they bring the richness of their culture. Generally, the traditional costumes for women in Jharkhand are sari and blouse. The saris seem very colorful and the designs bring richness to the saris. Here the Tussar silk saris are very famous and they seem unique look. The saris also export to remain regions of India. Tribal people population is very more in Jharkhand and they wear Parthan and Panchi costumes. The rich people collect the dazzling saris in many styles.
Especially the silk saris texture, print and paintings show us the tribal lifestyle of Jharkhand people. In present days the Anjana and Swarnareksha silks are getting very popular in not only Jharkhand but also in India. Here the tribal people lifestyle is very simple and their clothes also seem very simple. But at present women in Jharkhand prefer to wear the fashionable costumes. Here the women are influencing to the fashion changes in the society. So they are kneely observing the saris and other ornaments before going to buy.
Jharkhand Traditional Costumes of Men:
Men in Jharkhand are very simple and they wear a single piece of cloth. This cloth is known as Bhagwan. They are no variety of costumes to the men in Jharkhand. Santhal Pargana tribes are wearing the variety of costumes called Santhals and Paharis. They give good look to the wearer. The Hindu traditional costumes in North India are Kurta-Pyjama and Dhoti also wearing by these people. The modern costumes like shirts and trousers also another interesting costume to the tribal people in Jharkhand. During the festival seasons and special occasions such as marriage and auspicious days, men prefer to wear sherwani and kurta pajama.