kurta in A Sentence

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    Kurta is one of the famous ethnic wear of men in India.

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    I am the last survivor of the Kurta Clan.

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    I am the sole survivor of the Kurta Clan.

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    The farmers and labourer classes only wore Kurta, a loincloth and a cap. They put on long pyjamas only on special occasions like a wedding or a festival.

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    If I have no topi, no Kurta and no beard I can get away easily by telling my fake name to the crowd.

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    If there was any recession, we would have come here wearing'Kurta' and'dhoti', not coats and jackets.

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    The Kurta/ churidar mantra revolved around short figure- hugging cap- sleeved kurtis teamed with leggings, trousers or churidars with soft manageable dupattas.

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    Where women wear salwar Kurta in north India, women wear saris in the south.

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    When they were staying in the field of magazines, when they were leaving, one of their colleagues ate them, that your Kurta was torn apart.

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    Ten years ago, if you asked a fashionable student in Delhi to wear a Kurta with trousers he would have laughed at you.

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    If you do not wear your silk Kurta frequently, ensure that you refold it every 3 months. It will help you prevent your garment from tearing along the fold lines.

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    He mentioned how he can easily get away from hate and violence as his appearance don't make him look like a typical Muslim- who don an Islamic cap, wear a Kurta and have a beard- by telling the crowd a fake name.

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    Modi has also been called a fashion-icon for his signature crisply ironed, half-sleeved Kurta, as well as for a suit with his name embroidered repeatedly in the pinstripes that he wore during a state visit by US President Barack Obama, which drew public and media attention and criticism.

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    In his spotless white Kurta, he looks the stereotype prosperous shopkeeper.

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    In Durban in 1913, Gandhi first appeared in a lungi and Kurta with his head shaved as a sign of mourning to protest against the shooting of Indian coal miners.

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    In Durban in 1913, Gandhiji first appeared in a lungi and Kurta with his head shaved as a sign of mourning to protest against the shooting of Indian coal miners.

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