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The salwar/chudidar/kameez post-2
Though the Mughal-e-Azam characters have become a part of Indian cinema folklore, the film was anything but historically accurate in the matter of textual details, costumes, sets and music. For instance, thumri, a 19th century musical form, is used along … Continue reading
Posted in 1950s, 19th century, churidar kameez, Costume, Courtesan, Culture, historical costume, Indian Dress, Indian fashion, Indian History, Indian men, Indian Women, Islamic Dress, Mughal, Women Tagged churidar, dupatta, kameez, Mughal, mughal fashion, mughal style, mughal-e-azam 1 Comment
The Salwar/Churidar/Kameez Post – 1
A SHORT AND INCOMPLETE HISTORY OF THE CHUDIDAR, SALWAR, KAMEEZ ETC. India’s links with West Asia date back to antiquity. It’s significant influence on attire, particularly in North West India, is probably best documented during Mughal rule, especially from the … Continue reading
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On Indian Men
A break from the usual – some random posts on the attire adopted by Indian men.
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Late Mughal Period Costumes
Woman’s Court Costume: Silk with gold and silver braid and pompoms. Lucknow, C.1830-40. This extravagant costume would have been worn by a dancer or noblewoman at the flamboyant Lucknow Court, although the fashion for exaggeratedly wide trousers like these worn … Continue reading
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The Islamic Attire Post
And some of the discarded influences – like jaunty caps – need to come back.