A lehenga is a traditional Indian outfit worn by women for special occasions like weddings and festivals. It consists of a long skirt, blouse, and dupatta. Lehengas showcase India's cultural diversity and are part of Indian ethnic fashion. Originating in North India during the 10th century, they evolved through fine craftsmanship with the arrival of Mughals and royal fabrics. The lehenga is worn with various patterns and styles.