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What is a Lungi?
The lungi is a garment worn around the waist in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka & yanmar (formerly Burma). While its origin is found in South Indian culture, it is orn by diverse communities across Southern Asia. It is normally woven from cottonin a variety of designs and colors, though the most popular styles are either olid-colored or plaid.Lungis also comes in two types: Open Lungi, which is basically piece of cloth wrapped around, and Closed or Stitched Lungi, which is stitched to form a sort of a 'tube'.

In Tamil Nadu, only the men wear this garment, and the usage is similar to Kerala's. It is also known as Kaili or Saaram/Charam in South Tamilnadu.
In Kerala the lungi, locally known as Kaili or Kalli Mundu, is worn by both men and women. It is considered a casual dress or working dress of physical labourers.

Coloured lungi is called Munda in central Karnataka. Plain white double folded cloth similar to lungi is called a panche. Panche as opposed to lungi is worn during formal ceremonies. These are also used in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
Why KIBS Lungi?
Regardless of the design or color, we are using First Quality Yarn purchase from all around India and Dyes are Imported from abroad. We are the No.1 Handloom Lungi manufacturer of India. Our Weavers are 35 years experience of Weaving Handloom Lungies and Kerchiefs.The Quality is controlled internally by our qualified staff.We are having more than 35 years Experience in the Manufacture, Sale and Exporter of Handloom Lungies and Kerchiefs. We are one of the main Exporter of KIBS Lungies and Fabrics to Srilanka since 20 years. Click the link to see our latest Lungi/Sarong Collections of 2012 designs