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Record 17/65
MATERIALS: Cotton cloth. CONSTRUCTION: Hand Block printed, resist dyed ,Chemical dyes. MOTIFS: Field area is called 'kodi'. COLOURS : Maroon and white. STYLE REMARKS: Some old patterns were curvilinear and floral. Contemporary blocks have been simplified. Some motifs are similar to those of Kanbi skirt MSC-21 CULTURLA SIGNIFICANCE: Worn by young Kanbi men for informal wear in Vaghad. CULTRUAL REMARKS: Rumals are worn by men of different communities for informal wear. Maldharis tend to wear black. Kanbis were nicknamed Red Rumal due to the pervasive use of this rumal. Red Rumal, Shoulder Cloth.
Red Rumal -Woven, Dyed & Printed Textiles -Copyright Statement

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Last modified on: February 22, 2013