Veshti, also known as Vetti or Mundu, is a traditional garment worn by men in the South Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka. It is a rectangular piece of cloth typically made of cotton or silk and is draped around the waist and legs, similar to the dhoti. The Veshti is usually white or cream in color and is often paired with a matching shirt called a jubba or angavastram. The style of wearing a Veshti varies by region, with some draping it over one shoulder, while others prefer to wrap it around their waist and tuck it in. The Veshti is commonly worn for formal occasions, religious ceremonies, and weddings, and it is a symbol of South Indian culture and tradition.