Salwar Kameez is also identified Shalwar Khameez. Salwar is a loose-fitting Trouser. Kameez is a loose stretched Tunic worn over the Salwar. Salwar Kameez is spelled in various unlike manners such as, Shalwar Qameez, Salwaar Kamiz, and Salvaar Kamis.
Salwar Kameez hints its derivations to the Mongols and was formerly judged a Muslim outfit. Shalwar Khameez is a conventional garment wear by the citizens of India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. It is worn by equally men and women suitable its reserve with Muslim cultures, comfort and liberty of faction. Variations live among Men’s and Women’s Salwaar Kameez.
Salwar kameez times back to the 12th century while of Islamic or the Iranian era which was then pursued by the Mughal kingdom in the province now called as India and Pakistan.
In those days, men and women equally were used to dress in salwar kameez as part of the conventional clothing but over the years Salwar Kameez has found its fame in India and Pakistan and the salwar kameez is still getting worn in the continent.
Salwar kameez is too famous as salwar qameez and has developed itself more than the centuries in unite of Indian and western wear.
Salwar Kameez is trendy as its secure to wear in day to day informal wear and also in marriages, purposes and ceremonies. Salwar Kameez is being finished with different materials like Georgette salwar kameez, chiffon salwar kameez, net salwar kameez, satin salwar kameez, cotton salwar kameez, silk salwar kameez and other materials plus the newest fashion of fusion materials which is unite of the above and artificial material.
The Salwar Kameez has changed itself over several years into a variety of fashions, designs and cuts so even the name has seen lot of deviation over the eras. While the Salwar Qameez derived in the Mughal kingdom when Urdu was the universally spoken words of the period. But over the years Hindi as Urdu became less familiar and Hindi language became the universal language of the current era the new name came as salwar kameez.
While In Pakistan where Urdu is still generally used its still famous as salwar qameez or shalwar, but in India and Punjab province of Pakistan its identified as Salwar Kameez.