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Traditional Dark Pink with Black & White Border Cotton Mizo Puan (Wraparound Skirt)

Designed with dark pink cotton fabric and a wide black border, add a touch of ethnic to your wardrobe with this bright handmade traditional wraparound. Made in Mizoram.
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Manufacturer: Zuali Handloom
SKU: G08018203673
Dimensions: 60" x 43"
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Puan Perfection Weaving is an integral part of Mizo culture and women are the sole weavers in Mizoram. Their craft shows them as being self reliant, sensitive and skilled. Puans are like lungis or sarongs and are usually about 45 inches to 48 inches in width and about 36 inches in length. They are traditionally worn by the women. They are worn during special occasions, marriages and festivities and as daily wear.

Puans are noted for their beautiful designs and intricate embroidery, which is invariably worked along with the weave. The Puanchei, the Puan worn by the bride at her wedding, remains one of her greatest treasures! It is worn only in celebrations and festivals. Each tribe historically had a unique motif / design that helped to identify the wearer’s tribe. The beautiful and intricate designs that Mizo women weave on their loin-looms are now being used in shawls and shoulder bags. There are 31 different types of Mizo puan.

Some of the common puan are:

- Puanchei: It is by far the most colourful and is used by every Mizo lady.
- Kawrchei: A distinctive blouse of the ladies.
- Ngotekherh: This traditional puan is worn round the waist and originally it was worn by men.
- Hmar am: Originally it was a small hand woven cloth of hand spun cotton and indigo dye.

Puan Perfection Weaving is an integral part of Mizo culture and women are the sole weavers in Mizoram. Their craft shows them as being self reliant, sensitive and skilled. Puans are like lungis or sarongs and are usually about 45 inches to 48 inches in width and about 36 inches in length. They are traditionally worn by the women. They are worn during special occasions, marriages and festivities and as daily wear.

Puans are noted for their beautiful designs and intricate embroidery, which is invariably worked along with the weave. The Puanchei, the Puan worn by the bride at her wedding, remains one of her greatest treasures! It is worn only in celebrations and festivals. Each tribe historically had a unique motif / design that helped to identify the wearer’s tribe. The beautiful and intricate designs that Mizo women weave on their loin-looms are now being used in shawls and shoulder bags. There are 31 different types of Mizo puan.

Some of the common puan are:

- Puanchei: It is by far the most colourful and is used by every Mizo lady.
- Kawrchei: A distinctive blouse of the ladies.
- Ngotekherh: This traditional puan is worn round the waist and originally it was worn by men.
- Hmar am: Originally it was a small hand woven cloth of hand spun cotton and indigo dye.

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Dimensions 60" x 43"
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