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Dupatta: the Indian Stole or Shawl worn as a Wrap or Head Scarf

The word Dupatta is made of two roots - Du meaning twined and patta meaning piece of cloth. It is a word from Northern India - which is given to a garment separate that’s used to cover shoulders, bosom or head - generally by the women. Also called as Odhani or Chunni or Chunar - in other Indian... Read More