Kachera is an undergarment worn by the Sikhs. An essential part of an undergarment worn by the initiated Sikhs men or women.This Garment is made from poly cotton sewn to the sizes as shown in all the pictures. sizes are approx.Please ensure to order correct size when placing your order. For economical shipping order two or more, shipping applies per orderIf you have a specific requirement please write to us we would be delighted to be of service if possible.
Kachera is a specific type of shorts (undergarment) which are usually worn as undergarments.An article of faith of the Sikhs to wear as part of the Khalsa uniform.
This was to distinguish Sikhs from Hindus who traditionally wore dhoti (a long loin cloth). This also include the idea that these specific short made it easier for Sikhs to move in battle.
This applies to most Sikhs the Kachera is a symbol of modesty.explanations offered include the idea that the short trousers made it easier for Sikhs to move in battle. This explanation may be offensive to Sikhs who do not wish to be seen as a violent or aggressive community.
For most Sikhs the Kachera are a symbol of modesty.