From traditional veil to the fashionable scarf the dupatta has come a long way. The sheer magic of this attractive accessory gives that perfect finishing touch to Indian dresses and western styles.Dupattas, also known as chunnis, are a beautiful accessory to Salwar Kameez and Lehnga Choli. Though normally co-ordinated with a salwar kameez suit, dupattas today are even sported with tank tops and pajamas, or evening dresses. Chunari is the term used for the famous tie and dye work of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Rajasthani dupattas with tie and dye strips in colourful contrast are known as laharia. Laharia means one that ripples in the wind.