Churidars
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British pronunciation/tʃjˈʊɹɪdəz/
American pronunciation/tʃjˈʊɹɪdɚz/
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a type of pants worn in South Asia, which are tight-fitting and have folds of excess fabric, called "churis," gathered near the ankle

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Churidars are a type of pants traditionally worn by both men and women in South Asia but are now mainly associated with women's fashion. They are made from a fitted fabric that tapers down the leg and ends in a tight, gathered cuff at the ankle. Churidars are often paired with a long tunic top called a kameez, creating a classic South Asian outfit called a salwar kameez. They are commonly made from cotton, silk, or synthetic fabrics and come in a wide range of colors and patterns. Churidars are popular not only for their aesthetic appeal but also for their comfort and ease of movement, making them a practical choice for daily wear.

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