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INDIA

Plate I.

EB1911 India - lungi bound round a kullah.jpg
EB1911 India - kāntōp (ear-cap).jpg
EB1911 India - tārbūsh.jpg

Fig. 1.—Punjabi Mahommedan wearing lungi bound round a red or gold kullah.

Fig. 2.—Mahommedan Saint, pir, wearing the kāntōp, ear-cap.

Fig. 3.—Student of the Aligarh College wearing the tārbūsh.

EB1911 India - pagri with paejamas.jpg
EB1911 India - white and gold turban with red top.jpg
EB1911 India - wife with izār, kurta, and orhni; husband with majba, chadar, and joridar.jpg

Fig. 4.—Punjabi Mahommedan wearing pagri, with shimla, achkan izār or paejamas.

Fig. 5.—Bombay or Gujarati Bora wearing white and gold turban with red top.

Fig. 6.—Mahommedan Jat cultivators. Wife:—with izār, kurta, and orhni or chadar; husband:—with majba, chadar, and joridar pagri.

EB1911 India - khoka (a tall hat of glazed chintz).jpg
EB1911 India - sari and mathabana (white hair cover).jpg
EB1911 India - Parsi schoolgirl.jpg
EB1911 India - pith hat with felt brim.jpg

Fig. 7.—The Parsi khoka, a tall hat of glazed chintz.

 

Fig. 8.—Parsi woman wearing Parsi sari and mathabana or white hair cover.

 

Fig. 9.—Parsi schoolgirl.

 

Fig. 10.—Parsi pith hat with felt brim.

From Pen and Ink Drawings by J. Lockwookd Kipling, C.I.E.