Kurtah: (Urdu and Persian: Kurta, synonyms: bīchī, Gawan, fustān, nafnūf, Kirtah), a loose sleeveless shirt of varying lengths, typically falling either just above or somewhere below the knees, with its side-seams left open at the bottom, worn in South Asia, usually with a Salwar, churidars, or pyjama. In Hijazi dialect, the term refers to a sleeved, waist-cinched dress that comes in different styles, popularly worn since the 1950s.