HEADGEAR OF INDIA COASTER SET OF 6 WITH HOLDER INDIA
India has different cultures and traditions. The different and colourful headgears with their own peculiar and distinctive style prove that it is truly a land of diversity. Some of these are displayed on this vibrant coaster set to brighten up your table décor.
Make a statement with this perfect addition to your tableware.
Laminated coasters easy to clean.
Coaster size - 9.5x9.5x0.5 cms.
Set of 6 coasters with holder made of MDF Board.
Care - Wipe with a soft dry/damp cloth.
A) The turban or "pagri" are different terms for a Sikh man’s headgear. This headgear is mandatory for all Khalsas. It is one of the five outward symbols ordered by Guru Gobind Singh as a means to profess the Khalsa Sikh faith.
B) Pahari Topis are one of the famous local art works of the locals of Kullu. It has also been associated with Himachal’s pride as it finds a special place during marriages and festivities.
C) Turbans worn in Rajasthan are referred to as the Pagari or safa. The safas add brilliant splash of colour and style to barren desert. Each colour has its own importance.
D) Pheta is the Marathi turban worn during festivals and ceremonies. The traditional Pheta is a long cloth around 3.5 to 6 meters long and 1 meter wide. The colour of the headgear indicates the occasion.
E) Naga Headgears are not just simple hats. These are a symbol of position, status and power. No one can just simply wear any headgear; they are either inherited or earned after an achievement.
F) The Kathakali dancers wear this type of elaborate headgear. Each Headgear is designed for the part played by the dancers. It is made from softwood and cane.