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Bestsellers in Canada

Canada is a country in the northern part of North America. Canada is a religiously diverse country with a variety of beliefs and customs. Christianity is the largest Canadian population in the country. After Christianity Islamic is the next religion that is highly followed, it is also the fastest-growing religion in the country. The country also has people Hinduism and Sikhism beliefs. 
The Canadian culture is been primarily influenced by the various European culture particularly from the British and French cultures. They are also influenced by the cultures from their neighboring country the USA.

Clothing Culture in Canada

The native Canadian women wore mostly shirts, skirts, leggings but their design and material of their clothing were different from the tribes to tribes. Women also wore shirts, tunics, or mantles in public. There were also some American Indian dresses that replaced the skirts, leggings, and shirts in some Indian tribes. During the colonial period, women’s wore separate skirts and tops. They also wore corset bodices, chemises, aprons and caps. Similar clothing was worn in Europe in the same period, especially in France, England, and Spain. The most loved among Canadian women were long wide skirts, corsets and waist-long jackets.
Present-day clothing in Canada includes parkas, earmuffs, scarves, gloves, mittens, tuques and various jackets made of linen and leather and etc

Indians in Canada

The indo-Canadian community started around the late 19th century. The pioneers were men, mostly Sikhs from the Punjab; many were veterans of the British Army. 
The Indian Women in Canada wears traditional Indian outfits on festive occasions. . It includes Sarees, lehengas, Anarkali, Shararas, Palazzo, Dhoti suits, etc.

Indian brides staying in Canada who has their weddings  as per Indian culture, wears Traditional Indian Bridal Lehenga on their wedding day, a Mehendi lehenga on their Mehendi ceremony and an engagement salwar Kameez or saree during the engagement day. Likewise, the bridesmaids are seen wearing Indian Style bridesmaid lehenga, jacket lehenga, crop top lehenga etc. While the mothers wear wedding sarees, Wedding Salwar Kameez or wedding lehengas.

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