Dakmanda is a costume of the Garos in Meghalaya
. This dress is weaved by the Garos and worn by the Garo women. It resembles the ‘mundu’ or ‘lunki’ used in south India. It is a long unstitched cloth tied around the waist extending up to the knee. Dakmanda is hand woven and has a six to ten inch border with a motif or floral designs.