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The Ikkat Cotton dupatta is most commonly used as part of the women?s shalwar kameez costume and worn over the kurta and the gharara, but is originally part of the gagra choli outfit. The Ikkat Cotton dupatta has long been a symbol of modesty in South Asian dress as its main purpose is as a veil. In recent times the trend of Ikkat dupattas for men, worn over the kurta or sherwani, has become commonplace. Ikkat Cotton Dupatta is worn in many regional styles. Originally, it was worn as a symbol of modesty. While that symbolism still continues, many today wear Ikkat Cotton Duppatta as just a decorative accessory. There is no single way of wearing the Ikkat Silk dupatta, and as time evolves and fashion modernizes, the style of the Ikkat Cotton Dupatta has also evolved.