Lehnga or langa, (also known as Ghagra or gagra, Chaniya, Pavadai and Lacha) is a form of full ankle-length skirt worn by women from the Indian subcontinent which is long, embroidered and pleated. It is worn as the bottom portion of a Gagra choli or Langa Voni. It is secured at the waist and leaves the lower back and midriff bare. In the Indian subcontinent, various types of traditional embroidery work are done on lehenga, with Gota patti embroidery being one of popular types for the festivals and weddings.
A-Line lehenga has A-line hem. As per name its suggests resembling letter 'A', which is tighter on the waist and flares out at the bottom. This is a very versatile type of lehenga as suitable for hourglass and pear-shaped bodies.
Flared aka Circular is kind of lehenga has several of volume and pleats. This style most suitable for all body types but mainly recommended for round and rectangular shape.
Double flared lehenga could be understood as a multi-layered can-can skirt which has a dramatic flare and volume.