n. A headdress worn by men in India.
Pagri or Phari (; ) is a town in Yadong County in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China, near the border with Bhutan. the town had a population of 2,121 . It is one of the highest towns in the world, being about above sea-level at the head of the Chumbi Valley.
Usage examples of "pagri".
Their beaming faces were surmounted by a Pathan pagri, a length of khaki cloth wound around a dome-shaped, padded kullah, and the loose end of the pagri trailed behind in a shamleh, protecting the back of the neck from the sun.
Long fringed waistcoat, baggy white trousers and shirt, pagri twisted into a turban, embroidered slippers, curved knife thrust through a belt.