Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Traditional Attire..


In the new era of the modern clothing, it is good to see elders with traditional attire, the comfortable cotton kurta (shirt), Dhoti and the cap, with a cotton bag ( called shabnum) ...

6 comments:

shruthi Wed Dec 15, 09:23:00 PM GMT+5:30  

Hi Rajesh,

Loved the way you've captured the essence of bangalore.

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Travelingjoan Wed Dec 15, 10:19:00 PM GMT+5:30  

I like the look, and it is very sensible.

RNSANE Thu Dec 16, 04:10:00 AM GMT+5:30  

I would hate to see the whole world give up traditional dress! Especially the beautiful saris!

Oakland Daily Photo Thu Dec 16, 10:57:00 AM GMT+5:30  

The clothes do look comfortable. Hope the young people won't ignore them forever.

Sida Thu Dec 16, 11:51:00 AM GMT+5:30  

old and new mixed well in this photo
The kurta, topi and bag
The Honda Accord
The skimpy photo on the top right
The auto.
I guess there's a lot more into for people with a finer vision!

Good job

bob Fri Dec 17, 12:14:00 PM GMT+5:30  

I actually have a Shabnum, but haven't carried it around for awhile, due to people here in the States mis-seeing it as a Woman's handbag.
Today, it's hanging from a wall in my living room filled with a supply of incense.
Sometimes I bristle at the intolerance for anything outside their experience, but at least I have a handy aromatherapy centre because of it.