Dhoti—a sheet of cloth worn round the lower limbs by Hindu males.
The priest arose, bathed, opened the shrine, and found the kshir under the lappet of the god's dhoti.
I have been trying to buy a few things—a sarong, which is a putso which is a dhoti; a pipe; and a "damned Malayan kris."
Then he tore the strong border off his dhoti (loin cloth) and commenced to bind the handles of the doors together.
He was not one of our men, but a common ryot, clad simply in a dhoti or waist-cloth, and a rather dirty turban.
Dermot saw that the corpse was that of a low-caste Hindu, clad only in a dirty cotton koorta and dhoti.
In some parts of India half the dhoti only is wound round the loins, the other half being thrown over the left shoulder.
The small form of dhoti worn by men of the lower class is called langoti.
The garment distinctive of the Hindus of all castes, men and women, all over India, is the dhoti or loin cloth.
If you use Charkha only for limited hours daily you will get sufficient cloth for a Dhoti.