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Munna Handloom is a renowned plain cotton lungi suppliers India from Asansol, West Bengal and our Lungis are a continuous material woven into a long, cylindrically designed piece of cloth. Our lungis are typically sewn from cotton in distinct colours and designs. The most common lungi patterns are the tamed and those with a solid texture of colour or colour combinations. This helps to protect the economic status of tissues and helps them to maintain their comfort in the weaving process. It also provides a beneficial economic degree with the use of handlooms.
In many social and religious rituals, lungis are used as a mask. Since the twisting and double knotting process was developed, the mechanism of using lungi is also evolved. The waistline of the lungi has brought in new innovations to create a knot that leads to stronger bonding. The length of the lungis has also been made to fit by the wearer for more usual wear.
The style of dressing of lungis varies according to area and culture. People of the working community in Kerala tie a double knot of the lungi's tail and tear the bottom end of the lungi to fold it into the tail. In Karnataka, as is the tradition, lungis are used by the bridegroom and the family members in wedding ceremonies and rites. Economic status and availability in different populations often vary in material quality. The lungis are mostly unstitched in the northern regions with the longitudinal parts. Lungi wearing is strictly limited within domestic borders in more conservative societies.