A dupatta is typically a long rectangular, scarf-like material which is worn over the shoulders by the ladies in India. It is for the most part planned with the customary salwar-kameez. The dupatta remains as an image of unobtrusiveness in the Indian culture. It is known by different customary names like Odhni, Chunari, Chunni and even just Unni which is the name called by individuals of the Gujarati people group. Dupatta is fabricated in various textures, similar to cotton, silk, georgette, chiffon, et cetera. Typically, it is worn remembering the shading blend of the salwar-kameez.