What Countries Still Wear Traditional Clothes

Aug 2017
Stitched cloths were not available in pre-medieval India. Stitched tunics, robes and trousers were introduced to India during Sultanate period, and continued to gain popularity during Mughal period. People in Hindu kingdoms during medieval period, which were not occupied by Muslims, kept the ancient mode of clothing i.e covering themselves with a single cloth with exposed upper body e.g in Vijaynagra empire.
This is patently false. There's considerable sculptural evidence that suggests the prevalence of stitched cloths even as far back as Classical India. Your claim is an old colonial era claim that has been discarded by modern scholars.