Dresses and Costumes

Folk Dancer Anjali Rawat from Pauri Garhwal in Traditional Garhwali attire

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You can buy Garhwali and Kumauni pure gold jewellery from our partners Battulal Jeweller based in Noida sector-12.(Read more about Battulal Jeweller at the bottom)
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Garhwali Nath

Kumaoni Nath


The Complete Attire

  • Men like to wear simple outfit in the hilly areas such as kurta or shirt with pyjama, a round cap and sadri (a type of jacket).
  • Woollen jackets are also famous in the winters
  • Women usually wear saree, Angra (a type of jacket) and woollen clothing due to cold weather.
  • Rangwali Pichora is a traditional garment that is worn in most traditional occasions and weddings in uttarakhand. Rangwali Pichora has a special significance as it symbolises family prosperity, fertility and the happiness in a woman.
  • Traditional Garhwali Kumaoni traditional Topi (cap) is made of fine black clothe and traditionally worn by men across the hill state.
  • Hansuli also known as ‘Khagwali’ in Garhwali is a popular ornament which is clutched around the neck. This gorgeous neck piece which is preferred in gold by rich people and silver by the less affluent or poor. Hansuli is worn by Garhwali, Kumaoni, Jaunsari and Bhotiya women. 
  • Bulaq a jewellery which is worn at the nasal septum.
  • Pahunchi are gold bangles which are quite popular in both Garhwal as well as Kumaon. 
  • Pauje is an anklet with ghunghroos that is made out of silver or copper. The designs of pauje may differ in Kumaun, Garhwal, and Jaunsar but it is one of the most commonly worn ornaments of Pahari culture.
  • Bichhuwas are silver toe rings with intricate designs and motifs worn by Uttarakhandi women.

About Battulal Jewellers: In the early 1900’s, Lala Battulal Sarraf established Battulal Jewellers on the foothills of Kumaon and Garhwal in a small town Ramnagar (Corbett City). The unique and traditional designs that we see today reflects the hard work at early stage. As the business grew in the 1950’s Battulal Jewellers became the only trusted jewellery destination for the people of Uttarakhand. Later in 1960’s, Battulal Jewellers became supplier to the sunars from small towns of Uttarakhand. As the quality, trust and excellence was maintained by us. Therefore, in the late 80’s, we had customers coming since generations. Today, we have our outlet in Noida, which is successfully delivering the same quality at the same prices as in Ramnagar, which reflects the ethical contribution to the business. As the name grew so enormously over the period of time, people started using ‘Battulal’ as prefix.

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6 thoughts on “Dresses and Costumes

  1. I am an Australian and I just love the culture of India. Would love to buy these jewelries and dresses.


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