Angami Naga man's kilt, keshünye, of plain black homespun cotton with 4 horizontal bands of single rows of cowrie shells and one vertical band of a single row of cowrie shells to one side.
A warrior who has taken an enemyâ€™s head can normally only wear four lines of cowries. But this definition varies from tribe to tribe among the Nagas. However, among Angamis, only warriors or a person of very high status can wear this type of cloth. According to some, the number of cowrie rows signifies the number of lovers the wearer has.