Muslim Clothings: A Glossary of Islamic Clothing

Muslim Clothings: A Glossary of Islamic Clothing

Muslims for the most part watch humble dress, yet the assortment of styles and hues have different names relying upon the nation. Here is a glossary of the most widely recognized names of Islamic garments for the two men and ladies, alongside photographs and depictions.

Hijab

This word is now and again used to by and large portray a Muslim ladies’ unobtrusive dress. All the more particularly, it alludes to a square or rectangular bit of texture which is collapsed, set over the head and secured under the button as a headscarf. Contingent upon the style and area, this may likewise be known as a shaylah or tarhah.

Muslim Clothings: Khimar
Muslim Clothings: Khimar

A general term for a lady’s head and additionally confront cover. This word is now and again used to depict a specific style of scarf that window hangings over the whole best 50% of a lady’s body, down to the abdomen.

Abaya

Numerous ladies in Saudi Arabia still wear the conventional abaya with full head and face covering, albeit a few ladies pick now to leave off the face cover. Non-Muslim ladies wear the abaya (dark robe) however are not anticipated that would cover their heads and faces.

Muslim Clothings: Abaya
Muslim Clothings: Abaya

Regular in the Arab Gulf nations, this a shroud for ladies that is worn over other attire when out in the open. The abaya is generally made of dark engineered fiber, here and there enhanced with hued weaving or sequins. The abaya might be worn from the highest point of the make a beeline for the ground (like the chador depicted underneath), or over the shoulders. It is normally attached with the goal that it is shut. It might be joined with a headscarf or face cloak.

Chador

Muslim Clothings: Young Woman in Chador Outside Imam Mosque Isfahan Iran
Muslim Clothings: Young Woman in Chador Outside Imam Mosque Isfahan Iran

An encompassing shroud was worn by ladies, from the highest point of the make a beeline for the ground. Typically worn in Iran without a face cover. Not at all like the abaya portrayed over, the chador is now and again not attached in the front.

 

Jilbab

Muslim ladies frequently wear an external piece of clothing, called a jilbab.

Muslim Clothings :Jilbab in Zanzibar
Muslim Clothings :Jilbab in Zanzibar

Here and there utilized as a general term, cited from the Qur’an 33:59, for an over-article of clothing or shroud worn by Muslim ladies when in broad daylight. Some of the time alludes to a particular style of shroud, like the abaya however more fitted, and in a more extensive assortment of textures and hues. It looks more like a since quite a while ago customized coat.

Burqa

In Afghanistan, numerous ladies wear a burqa which covers their whole body. The eyes are secured with a work screen. Juanmonino/Getty Images

This sort of cloak and body covering covers the majority of a lady’s body, including the eyes, which are secured with a work screen. Normal in Afghanistan; here and there alludes to the “niqab” confront cover depicted previously.

Muslim Clothings: Burka
Muslim Clothings: Burka

 

Worn by the two men and ladies fundamentally in the Indian subcontinent, this is a couple of free pants that are worn with a long tunic.

Thobe

Numerous Muslim men wear a thobe, a lower leg length shirt or robe that covers their body.

Muslim Clothings:Thobe
Muslim Clothings:Thobe

A long robe worn by Muslim men. The best is typically customized like a shirt, however it is lower leg length and free. The thobe is typically white yet might be found in different hues, particularly in winter. The term may likewise be utilized to depict any sort of free dress worn by men or ladies.

 

 

Clothings Muslim: Head Scarf Men
Clothings Muslim: Head Scarf Men

A square or rectangular headscarf is worn by men, alongside a rope band (normally dark) to affix it set up. The ghutra (headscarf) is generally white, or checkered red/white or dark/white. In a few nations, this is known as a shemagh or kuffiyeh.

 

 

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