Did you possibly mean kurta?
- n. Plural form of kurta.
“We wanted to create a place in which Rajasthani musicians of spectacular talent could receive world attention," says Mr. Singh, a lean man who sports an earring, wears knee-length, collarless shirts called kurtas, and pulls his long gray hair into a ponytail.”
“About men not wearing traditional clothes - on festivals and national holidays I have observed men wearing 'kurtas' even on English news channels.”
“No micro-minis and bandeau tops, but cotton trousers and fitted kurtas.”
“Perhaps seeing their proud faces atop snappy dress uniforms instead of kurtas or Nehru jackets shocked me into the recognition of their Americanness.”
“Step out of the airport and the first thing you'll notice are men holding hands, shoulders brushing as they pass by in their long, dress-like kurtas.”
“I was amazed at the beautiful kurtas for sale in an impressive array of colors, necklines sparkling with sequins and beadwork, and picked up half a dozen in light weight material to wear during my journey throughout northern India this past spring, when summer was already on it's way and temperatures were high.”
“She is among India's richest politicians, with a taste for diamond jewelry and glittering silk saris and kurtas (she is especially partial to pink).”
“His kurtas and dhotis were the finest mulmul in summer and tussar in winter – both traditionally woven too, he reasoned.”
“Although some wore uniforms and had rifles strapped to their backs, many wore simple kurtas, giving them the appearance of loiterers instead of guards.”
“A group of Afghani boys in brown kurtas and bare feet trailed after them, begging to help carry the baskets.”
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