Ancient Fashion in Kerala from AD 1500

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Ancient Fashion in Kerala shows the dress codes and clothing style followed by royal families, different castes, women, girls etc. photos dates back from AD 1500.

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Ancient Fashion in Kerala from AD 1500

  1. 1. ANCIENT FASHION IN KERALA BACK FROM AD.1500
  2. 2. KERALA CLOTHING STYLE DURING 1500’S : Before Portuguese Ruling
  3. 3. King of Cochin with Nair soldiers 1506
  4. 4. KERALA FASHION DURING 1600: From the Starting of Portuguese Invasion
  5. 5. Man and Women in Malabar 1660 Malabar man in Kerala Showing tricks with Serpent 1660
  6. 6. queen of Venadu Umayamma 1677-1684 Queen of Venadu Umayamma 1677-1684 : A Dutch person wrote about The Queen during his visit to Venad-”...the Queens attire being no more than a piece of callicoe wrapped around her middle, the upper part of her body appearing for the most part naked, with a piece of callicoe hanging carelessly round her shoulders.”
  7. 7. Nairs Solidiers with European Army[1750]
  8. 8. KERALA FASHION DURING 1800’S: The Portuguese and Dutch Ruling ended in Kerala and started British Raj
  9. 9. The invention of portable camera and film developing technology on 1839 were brought a revolution in photography. After that we could take real life images , those open door to past culture, lifestyle and fashion in Kerala…
  10. 10. Cloths of Fisher Men in Kerala 1892
  11. 11. Kids doing coconut Picking 1895
  12. 12. Coconut Tree Climbers
  13. 13. Rani Bharani Thirunal Lakshmi Bayi of Travancore (1848–1901)
  14. 14. KERALA FASHION DURING 1900’S
  15. 15. Malabar Jew 1900
  16. 16. People in Temple Festival with Theyyam 1901
  17. 17. Kannadiparambu Temple Devotees 1902
  18. 18. Devotees in Perumana Temple 1901
  19. 19. Calicut Hospital Operation Theater 1901
  20. 20. People in Calicut Beach 1901
  21. 21. School kids in their class room with Asatti (Teacher)
  22. 22. Clothings of a family during work 1902
  23. 23. Muslim family1901
  24. 24. brahmins 1902brahmins 1902 Brahmins 1902
  25. 25. xtian1902. Christian Women 1902.
  26. 26. A Bekary in Kozhikodu 1908
  27. 27. Syrian Christian Young Girls in Kerala (1912)
  28. 28. Dikshitar with KUDUMI hair style
  29. 29. Nair Ladies 1912
  30. 30. Theeya Women 1912
  31. 31. Dress Code of Sunday School students 1914
  32. 32. People in Village Market, Kozhicode 1914
  33. 33. Women pounding paddy in Malabar 1920
  34. 34. Nair Girl 1914
  35. 35. nair girls 1914 Nair Women 1914
  36. 36. Nair women in traditional attire
  37. 37. Nair Jewelry
  38. 38. Nair girl going to school
  39. 39. Nair girls 1914
  40. 40. Slipper made from wood known as ‘Methiyadi’ Palm Umbrella made from Palm leaf, it was common here to get relief from sun and rain.
  41. 41. Namboothiri lady and man carrying palm umbrella and ‘Vishari’ is in man’s hand used to get relief from hot.
  42. 42. Cheruma girl 1930
  43. 43. Carpenters at work place 1914
  44. 44. Women 1921.
  45. 45. Women in Work
  46. 46. King of Cochin
  47. 47. Princess Lalithamba Bayi and her consort Kerala Varma of Kilimanoor at their wedding (1938)
  48. 48. An old photo from Travancore Royal Family
  49. 49. A Rich Family in Malabar
  50. 50. Women hospital 1926
  51. 51. SCHOOL BOYS AND MASTER: FEW BOYS GOT BOOKS IN HAND ; WHILE OTHERS ARE READING FROM 'OLA‘ MADE FROM PALM LEAF
  52. 52. Men from Parayan Tribe
  53. 53. A ‘Kalari’ – means Nursery school in Kerala during1936 – 1947. Pupil writing letters in sand.
  54. 54. ROAD SIDE VENDOR -KERALA -1940
  55. 55. A street in Kerala 1950
  56. 56. Kerala old women from Christian Community is wearing ‘Chattayum Mundun’, it is the very old traditional dressing style in Kerala still continued by them.
  57. 57. This is the dress code attained from Hindu tradition and most of the Keralites using this style (with out any religious boundaries) during festivals and family functions.
  58. 58. CLICK HERE FOR KERALA PACKAGES

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