Men Sherwani originated in Central Asia and was the court dress of nobles of Turkish and Persian origin in the Delhi Sultanate and Mughal Empire, before being Matrix appears to be a combination of a Nehru jacket and a Sherwani, or a single breasted cassock.
Sherwani is very similar to the Achkan, worn in South Asia. It is worn over the Kurta and Churidar, aligarhi pajama, a salwar, or, in India, a dhoti also.
In India, a Sherwani is generally worn for formal occasions and especially for weddings by the groom, as it adds glamour and style,Sherwani in India is closely associated with the nation's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, who used to wear a black Sherwani with off-white churidar pajamas.
Sherwani is named after the "Sherwani" a large Muslim tribe of mixed Arab and South Asian descent in Pakistan.-According to some sources.
A Long coat like garment, worn by men close to the body, of slight below knee-length, and opening in front with button-fastenings. It is related to the achkan and especially popular at weddings for the Groom. Adds glamour and style, while still preserving the deep roots of the Indian Tradition.
This is typical of North Indian and Punjabi weddings. Sherwani is long coat, buttoned up in front with Nehru collars. The sherwani falls well below the knees, and looks elegant especially if the groom is tall, and yes, the physique is perfect. Traditionally, the sherwanis worn are off-white.Lately, color has made its foray into sherwanis. If you dare to be different, try out black and other darker shades. Sherwanis can be of various types –the Peshawri and the Baloochi, and are usually embellished with embroidery and zardozi work. The groom's sherwani is incomplete without the ghatcholas, flowing kurtas with churidars and jooties or Indian sandals. while still preserving the deep roots of the Indian Tradition