Dhotis are a common wear in India. There are slight changes to the styles in which a dhoti is worn and each style is given a different name apart from the common regional terms used. For example a dhoti is called as Pancha in Andhra Pradesh, Laacha in Punjabi, Veshti in TamilNadu, etc., these are the names that are used in different regions. The style in which they are worn are almost the same. But, a Panchakacham veshti readymade is a special type of dhoti that is worn in the southern region by a particular caste of people. A pachakacham is usually worn by brahmins and it is a little difficult to drape this type of dhoti when compared to the other styles. Only people who are trained to drape this model of dhoti will be comfortable in wearing them. These are people who have been draping this type of dhoti since their childhood. The dhoti is lengthy when compared to the normal models as this style has pleats in the front and is also priced a little high when compared to the other types of dhotis in the market. This is because of the amount of fabric that is used in making this type of dhoti.