Kachera

Kacha (ˈkʌtʃə)

/ (kʌˈtʃeɪrə) /

noun

short trousers traditionally worn by Sikhs as a symbol of their religious and cultural loyalty: originally worn for ease of horse ridingSee also five Ks

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Word Origin for Kachera

Punjabi
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