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Clothing is a true reflection of an individual's personality, and we use different kinds of clothes in different seasons. Here we will discuss the names of some basic clothing items in the Hindi language. There are some clothes that have an English name but have no word in Hindi; such terms have been excluded. Originally the Hindi is written in Devnagari script but the Hindi names for the clothing items in this article have also been provided in the Roman script for the ease of understanding of English readers.
|Clothing Name in English||Clothing Name in Hindi(Roman letters)||Clothing Name in Hindi(Devnagari script)|
5. Half Pant
The Hindi word for "cloth" is "kapraa."
The Hindi name for shirt is kameez. It is written as कमीज़ in Hindi.
A pair of trousers is called pajama in Hindi. It is written as पायजामा in Hindi.
The Hindi name for socks is jurabe. It is written as जुराबे in Hindi.
The Hindi meaning of the word gloves is dastane. It is written as दस्ताने in Hindi.
5. Half Pant
Shorts, or half pants, are called nikkar in Hindi. It is written as निक्कर in Hindi.
The name for handkerchief in Hindi is rumaal. It is written as रूमाल in Hindi.
The Hindi name for scarf is dupatta.It is written as दुपट्टा in Hindi.
The towel is called toliya in Hindi. It is written as तोलिया in Hindi.
The name for vest in Hindi is baniyan. It is written as बनियान in Hindi.
The Hindi meaning of the word uniform is vardi. It is written as वर्दी in Hindi.
It's the quiz time!
For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.
- What is the Hindi name for the shirt?
- What would you call a towel in Hindi?
- The handkerchief is called dupatta in Hindi.
- The Hindi name for the vest is baniyan.
- .................... is the Hindi name for the gloves.(Fill in the blanks)
- The socks are called ................... in Hindi.( Fill in the blanks)
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