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Question 1: Blouses (and many women's shirts with buttons) usually have ________ reversed from that of men's shirts (except in the case of male military fatigues).
ButtonholeButtonVelcroSnap fastener

Question 2: While women of the ________ and Rajasthan provinces of India usually represent the outfit for foreigners, the lehenga is native to several other parts of India too.
GujaratBiharAhmedabadVadodara

Question 3: Some Western women have started wearing the choli as part of their ________ costume.
Belly danceBallroom danceHip-hop danceBhangra

Question 4: However, many modern ________ women wear a soft bra under the choli, for a firmer appearance of the bust.
Punjabi languageIndiaBrāhmī scriptSouth Asia

Question 5: A choli (lehnga in Urdu or ravika in Telugu) is a midriff-baring blouse worn in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, ________, and other countries where the sari is worn.
BangladeshSingaporeMalaysiaMaldives

Question 6: The word blouse most commonly refers to a woman's ________[1] , although the term is also used for some men's military uniform jackets.
Clothing terminologyShirtT-shirtCollar (clothing)

Question 7: Backless cholis have become a fashion in India after the movie Hum Aapke Hain Koun...!, in which ________ wears one.
Karisma KapoorRani MukerjiMadhuri DixitJaya Bachchan

Question 8: Their cholis are often loosely fitted and heavily ornamented with ________ and mirror work, or shisha embroidery.
NeedlepointCanvas workSewingEmbroidery

Question 9: The lehenga worn in the Northern states of ________ and Uttarkhand has a voluminous skirt and kurti/choli that covers midriff with a long chunni.
Uttar PradeshPilibhitLucknowKanpur

Question 10: The traditional choli was worn without a ________, as is evident from the images in the Choli Art Gallery, below.
UndergarmentBikiniBrassiereCorset







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