Give any one example of the way in which Europeans dress
Give any one example of the way in which Europeans dress code was
different from the Indian dress code?
Give an example of any two examples
of the ways in which European dress codes were different from Indian dress codes.
Answer: Important differences were: Indians usually wore turbans while Europeans wore hats. Turbans are worn to protect from heat and it was not
removed before social superiors.
While Europeans had to remove their hats in front of their superiors as
a sign of respect. The rich and Indian royalty often wore ornate, decorated turbans made of silk, while an old, poor
wore simple white Turbans.
The elite and royalty among Europeans used to wear powdered wigs. The shoe is another example. The Indians took off
their shoes when they entered a sacred
place. The British did not do so.