How to Wear a Langot (traditional Indian underwear)

In my extensive searches for everything underwear related, I’ve discovered and fallen in love with two styles of traditional underwear, the langot from India and fundoshi from Japan. They are beyond sexy in that they’re quite revealing and I’ve found a ton of hot photos and videos of guys in both. To start off both series, I’m going to post instructional videos on how to put them on which I think is a great introduction. The first is the langot and tomorrow will be the fundoshi: Here’s a description of it from Wikipedia:

Kaupinam (Devanagari: ??????), kaupina (Devanagari: ?????) or langot (Devanagari: ?????) is an undergarment worn by Indian men as a loincloth or underclothing. It is made up of rectangular strip of cotton cloth that is used to cover the genitals with the help of the strings connected to the four ends of the cloth for binding it around the waist of the wearer. It is used by wrestlers in the game of kushti or traditional Indian wrestling in the akharada (wrestling ring) and during practice sessions and training.

It is used extensively by wrestlers (pehelwans) in India participating in the traditional game of kushti (a form of traditional wrestling). It is worn by wrestlers during matches, practice, training and exercises (kasrat).

Disclosure: I truly love guys of all ethnic persuasions, but there’s a few that drive me wild. Indian men are one of them, luckily, there’s a tons of content out there of beautiful Indian men in langots working out and wrestling. Stay tuned as you’re going to love what’s coming up on this blog.

Here’s one more video of an Indian guy putting on his langot but you’ll have to watch it on YouTube as he’s not allowing embedding. Unlike the above video, the guy starts off naked then proceeds to show us how to put on a langot.