The wealthy Parsis of Western India were among the first to adopt Western-style clothing. Baggy trousers and the phenta (or hat) were added to long collarless coats, with boots and a walking stick to complete the look of the gentleman. To some, Western clothes were a sign of modernity and progress. Western-style clothing was also especially attractive to groups of Dalit converts to Christianity who now found it liberating.
Read the above passage and answer the following questions
(a) Who were first to adopt Western style of clothing in India?
(b) Describe the costume adopted by Indians by the Western impact.
© What lesson/value you have learnt from this passage?