Achkan is a traditional Indian garment worn by men. It is a long coat-like garment that is usually knee-length or longer. Achkan is typically made from rich fabrics such as silk, brocade, or velvet and is adorned with intricate embroidery or embellishments. It is often worn for special occasions or formal events, and it is commonly paired with a matching or contrasting bottom, such as churidar pants or dhoti. Achkan is a popular choice for grooms during weddings and is also worn by men for cultural festivals or celebrations.