Do people still wear sarong?A sarong is a large length of fabric often wrapped around the waist and worn as a dress both by men and women. In many parts of the India , it is more popularly known as 'lungi'. Sarongs are popular in the Northeast part of India, Punjab, Kerala and Tamil Nadu etc. However generally during formal and religious occasions, a more formal version i.e. all white 'dhoti' is used. In Punjab, the male lungi is also called a tehmat and the female lungi is called a lacha. In certain regions, lungi is considered a night dress whereas in many parts fancy designs of sarong are worn as a fashion statement.
Do people still wear sarong?