Tribal fashion in bangladesh


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Tribal fashion in bangladesh

  1. 1. Welcome Everyone Prepared By: AMINUR RAHMAN Ahsanullah University of Science & Technology Dept. of Textile Engineering Batch: 21
  2. 2. Tribal Fashion in Bangladesh
  3. 3. Submitted by: Bishawjit Saha []Nur a Alam Shiddique [] Aminur Rahman [] Kaushik Azad []Mohammed Waliullah []
  4. 4. What is Fashion? Fashion is the prevailing mode or style, especially of dress; custom or conventional usage in respect of dress, behavior, etiquette, etc.; particularly, the mode or style usual among persons of good breeding; as, to dress, dance, sing, ride, etc., in the fashion.
  5. 5. What is Tribe? Tribe is a unit of sociopolitical organization consisting of a number of families, clans, or other groups who share a common ancestry and culture and among whom leadership is typically neither formalized nor permanent.
  6. 6. Statistics and Current State of Tribes in Bangladesh  Bangladeshs tribal population consisted of 897,828 persons, just over 1 percent of the total population, at the time of the 1981 census.  The majority of the tribal population (778,425) lived in rural settings, where many practiced shifting cultivation.  The main tribal groups of Bangladesh are- The Chakmas The Tripuras The Murongs The Garos The Manipuris The Santals The Khasias The tribes tended to intermingle and could be distinguished from one another more by differences in their dialect, dress, and customs than by tribal cohesion.
  7. 7. The Chakmas
  8. 8. OriginAnthropologically the Chakmas had come from theMongolian.
  9. 9. Geographical Position:Chakma is the name of the largest tribal peoplein Bangladesh. Mainly lives in the districts of-  Rangamati  Bandarban  Khagrachhari
  10. 10. Women Dress:Traditionally Chakma women wear- Phinon Khadi/HadiAn ankle length cloth. Put A wrapped cloth put onaround their waist. above their waist.
  11. 11. Chakm’s women in Khadi and PhinonKhadi/Hadi Phinon
  12. 12. Present Dress for Women:Scenario has been changed. Educated Chakma women feel comfort towear-  Skirt  Sari  Shalwar  Kamiz  Tops
  13. 13. A Chakma woman wearing Sari Sari
  14. 14. Chakma women wearing Skirt and Tops Tops Skirt
  15. 15. A Chakma women wearing Shalwar and Kamiz Kamiz Shalwar
  16. 16. Men Dress:Traditionally Chakma men wear- Gamchha Dhuti
  17. 17. Present Dress for Men:Scenario has been changed. To get better comfort Chakma men wear-  Shirt  Lungi  Pajamas  Trousers
  18. 18. A Chakma man in Shirt and Lungi Shirt Lungi
  19. 19. Festival Dress for Chakma: The Chakma’s main festival is Biju. On this day they like to wear more or less their traditional but new dress- Biju festival dance
  20. 20. The Manipuris
  21. 21. Origin  Manipuri people are of Mongolian.  They fled from their homeland in the northeastern Indian kingdom of Manipur to settle in East Bengal, which was then ruled by Britain.
  22. 22. Geographical Position:The Manipuri people live in the district of Sylhet ofnortheastern Bangladesh.
  23. 23. Women Dress:The costumes of Manipur carry their own unique characteristics. Stressed onits functionality. In general they wear- Innaphi Both Innaphi and Phanek are shawl like cloth put on the upper Phanek portion of their body. Sarong A wrap around skirt.
  24. 24. A Manipuri women wearing Innaphi and Sarong Innaphi Sarong
  25. 25. Men Dress:Traditionally Manipuris men like to wear - Dhuti Jacket White pagri or Tubran
  26. 26. Wedding Dress:Traditionally Manipuris men like to wear -Bride wears raslilaskirt in themarriageceremony. The bridegroom’s dress is white dhoti, kurta & turban. Manipuri Couple Traditional Wedding Dress
  27. 27. The Santals
  28. 28. Geographical Position:Mainly living in the Himalayan sub-mountain region indifferent districts of Rajshahi Division.
  29. 29. Women Dress:Traditionally Santali women wear- PanchiLike a lungi, which hangsfrom the waist up to justbelow the knee. PadhanA wrap or scarf to coverthe body. Santali women in Panchi and Padhan
  30. 30. Men Dress:Santali men wear- Dhuti or Lungi Grown up men. Nengti Specially for the boys. Santali Man wearing Dhuti/Lungi
  31. 31. The Tripuris
  32. 32. Origin  The Tripuri people are considered part of the Tibetan-Burmese ethnic group.  Originally they migrated from Western China.  They had left China long before the Sui dynasty came to power. At the time of migration they were animists.
  33. 33. Geographical Position:The Tripuri people mainly lives in-  Comilla  Noakhali  Sylhet
  34. 34. Women Dress:Traditionally Tripuri women wear- Rignai Risa RikutuCovers lower half Covers chest part Covers whole of of their body of their body upper half of their body
  35. 35. Tripuri women in Risa, Rignai & Rikutu Rikutu Risa Rignai
  36. 36. Men Dress:For daily life purpose traditionally Tripuri men wear- Rikutu Kubai Pagri Gamcha Towel like sheet A self woven Avoiding sunlight of loin cloth shirt heat
  37. 37. Pagri KubaiTripuri men in Kubai & Pagri
  38. 38. Festival Dress for Tripuri: According to the festival mood Tripuris dress can be varied-Goria Dance Hojagiri Dance Lebang bumani Dance
  39. 39. The Garos
  40. 40. Dressing Pattern: Traditionally Garo women wear- Gena unstitched piece of cloth like lungi that covers the body from the waist to the knee Dakmunda Same as gena but it extends below the knee Gamchha Sari Specially educated women prefer to wear sariTraditionally Garo men prefer to wear- Shirt Lungi
  41. 41. Pagri GenaGaro women wearing Pagri & Gena
  42. 42. The MurongsOrigin: Murongs are one of the famous aborigines of Arakan.Geographical Position: Murongs now live in Lama,Ruma, Alikadom and Thanchi upazilas near ChimbukMountain of Bandarban district.
  43. 43. Dressing Pattern: Traditionally Murongi women wear- Wanglai Risa The wanglai is 9 to 11 inches in a piece of cloth like risa to coverbreadth and while wearing it they their chest when they go to thekeep 4 to 6 inches on the left side marketnear the waist empty as a matter of custom Traditionally Murongi men prefer to wear- Shirt Lungi
  44. 44. Woman in Wanglai and Risa Aged Murongs in Lungi and Shirt
  45. 45. The Khasias
  46. 46. Dressing Pattern: Traditionally Khasi women wear- Ka-jimpin Nimakti Jamapo ChusutThe blouse like dress Sleeveless long Scarf like cloth Worn lower part of their body dress Traditionally Murongi men prefer to wear- Fung marung LungiPocketless fatua like dress
  47. 47. Woman in Ka-jimpin & Nimakti Men in traditional dress
  48. 48. Conclusion Aboriginals are the ancient group having their own cultures & traditions these people are not belong to modern era. They consume their own fashion & tradition. Their tradition sometime seems to be very different to the people of modern age. we should have to pay enough respect to them because of preserving their tradition means we are struggling for our own ancient tradition to survive.
  49. 49. Thanks Everyone