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  1. Toolika Gupta — mars 1, 2012 at 09:08:191

    Banyan in India means an undergarment for men, it is worn under the shirt, normally it is a knitted garment, (tubular knit)made with fine white cotton yarns, and can be sleeveless or half sleeves.
    At home sometimes, men merely move around only in a banyan on the upper part of the body worn in combination with their shorts / pyjamas or dhotis.

  2. Corinne Thépaut-Cabasset — juli 16, 2012 at 17:20:411

    Lord Clapham, doll’s undress gown.
    Satin lined with silk damask, London, 1690-1700.
    V&A museum n° T.846Q-1974

 
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