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- (India, textile) A fabric used for turbans and other garments
- 1916, The Royal Engineers Journal, p. 237, 
- Pagri-cloth coats are useful in the hot weather
- 1934, George Orwell, Burmese Days, Chapter 14, 
- He looked so splendidly manly, with his pagri-cloth shirt open at the throat, and his shorts and puttees and shooting boots!
- 1977, James Elliott, India, London: Batsford, p. 191, 
- As an optional extra you can, if you are a man, buy a length of gaily coloured pagri cloth, pink, red, chocolate or fretted brown or white, and have it wound on your head as a turban in the distinctive Rajput style.
- 1916, The Royal Engineers Journal, p. 237,