Tripura is considered a traditional land rich in culture, heritage, and artwork. You must have found paintings available in various parts of the country. The people of this state are fun-loving and straightforward. They have a sweet look and beautiful behavior. Through this, they win people hearts. The people of this state wear almost the same dress as that of the North-East region. The state also has a natural beauty that makes it unique in all aspects. It is the home of weavers who weave and have the experience and capacity to design excellent clothes and attires. The various products made by the weavers are available and sent to other places.

Traditional dress of Tripura men:

Traditional dress of Tripura men

This state has some traditional tribes. They have unique attire. Some of the famous tribes of Tripura are Hallam, Kuki-Chin, and Lushei.

Khakloo tribes:

They are known for weaving clothes. Both the men and women of this tribe wear loincloth dresses.

Hallam tribe:

The Hallam tribe of Tripura is the oldest one and they wear traditional dress of this region.

  • Rikutu Gamchi:

One of the traditional and noted dresses of Tripura is a towel. It is named as Rikutu Gamchi. The men in Tripura wear a shirt that is called as Kubai. They cannot tolerate the scorching heat. To protect them from the heat, they wear pagri or turban.

  • Kamchwiwi Borok:

Most men in this state prefer to wear Rikutu Gamchi in the lower part and Kamchwiwi Borok in the upper part of the body. It is rarely available in  modern time.

  • Duti Borok:

If you observe, you will find that men also wear Duti Borok. This is now mostly available or found among the rural men. Modern or men in the city wear shirts and pants. They are getting adapted to the modern dressing style. You can also see many tribal people wearing this dress. They still try to maintain their tradition and culture.

Traditional dress of Tripura women:

Traditional dress of Tripura women

Women in this state prefer to wear their traditional attire. Let us glimpse on the ordinary dress of women in this state.

  • Ringai:

Ringai is one of the ancient dresses of this state. It is like a skirt worn by the womens. It made of good-quality fabric. It is available in various colors and designs. The pattern or the design of the Ringai will differentiate to which clan they belong.

  • Risa:

Risa is a dress that is worn on the upper part of the women. It is worn twice on the upper area of the body to protect the chest area. It also makes the upper part look firm and stable. It is available in various designs. This dress is also worn during the wedding seasons. Risa is mostly worn during the wedding seasons. Instead blouse is worn by the women with Ringai. It makes them feel much comfortable.

However, you can see young girls wearing Ringai with tops in the present time. This gives them a fashionable look.

Final Thoughts:

It is also found that women wear jewelries with their dress. Coin jewelry is the most common type of jewelry available in Tripura. The state is famous for its costumes and has an ancient history and heritage.

List of Other Indian States Traditional Dresses

Traditional Dress of Jammu and Kashmir Traditional Dress of Bihar
Traditional Dress of Andhra Pradesh Traditional Dress of Mizoram
Traditional Dress of Arunachal Pradesh Traditional Dress of Nagaland
Traditional Dress of Chhattisgarh Traditional Dress of Odisha
Traditional Dress of Goa Traditional Dress of Punjab
Traditional Dress of Gujarat Traditional Dress of Rajasthan
Traditional Dress of Haryana Traditional Dress of Sikkim
Traditional Dress Of Himachal Pradesh Traditional Dress of Tamil Nadu
Traditional Dress of Jharkhand Traditional Dress of Telangana
Traditional Dress of Karnataka Traditional Dress of Uttar Pradesh
Traditional Dress of Kerala Traditional Dress of Uttarakhand
Traditional Dress of Madhya Pradesh Traditional Dress of West Bengal
Traditional Dress of Maharashtra Traditional Dress Of Delhi
Traditional Dress of Manipur Traditional Dress Of Ladakh
Traditional Dress of Meghalaya Traditional Dress of Assam