There are also double coloured and ornamental kara (a strip of colour at the end of the mundu). For more ceremonial occasions (like weddings), a mundu has a golden embroidery known as kasavu.The wearer highlights the 'kara' by carefully folding the end of the mundu.In South Kanara, a district of Karnataka state, the Tulu speaking folk and Beary community also wear the mundu.It is normally woven in cotton and coloured white or cream. In modern times, two types of mundu are prevalent—the single and the double.) is a garment worn around the waist in Kerala, the Tulunadu region, and the Maldive Islands.It is closely related to the dhoti, sarong, and lungi.The 'melmundu' is an upper garment similar to the '[neriyathu]' that is worn by women; 'mundu' and 'melmundu' are part of the traditional Malayali costume worn by men.Despite considerable influence of western dressing forms in South Indian culture, Hindu traditional ceremonies of Kerala (some Hindu castes in other south Indian states) it is mandatory for the men to wear the Mundu.
Lungis are generally colourful, and with varying designs.
For Hindu Marriages Men has to wear Mundu along with either shirt or a 'Mel Mundu'.
It is also considered appropriate for men to wear Mund during their visits to the temples and attending religious functions, though it is not mandatory at all places.
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