Looking for a unique and unusual gift for mothers day? Try something from a different culture like a pashmina shawl or a colorful throw / dari, a quilt —. Read on…
What is the difference between a Marina Shawl and a Pashmina Shawl? Which one to wear in which weather and which outfit. Interesting article.
Article on the different ways to wear a Pashmina Shawl / Pashmina Scarf and how to mix and match with various outfits.
Peshawari Chappal is the standard issue footwear of Pukhtoon men in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan and the Pukhtoons of Afghanistan. Though it takes it’s name Peshawari from the city of Peshawar, nobody is quite sure of it’s origins. In fact natives don’t use the name Peshawari and simply call it ‘Saplai’, Pukhto for footwear. Non Pukhtoons call it Peshawari Chappal and have also adopted it as one of their favorite regional footwear.
Sharing my memories of Khyber Bazaar, Peshawar Pakistan – it’s stores – it’s eateries –
A little nostalgia about Sur Pul Nowshera Pakistan, also called the old railway bridge
Dari is a multi-purpose item popular in Pakistan and India. Use it as a floor mat, a prayer mat, a bed spread or a throw. Practical and decorative.
The Khamta Sadar is part of the rural Pukhtoon male attire in the Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa province of Pakistan. This article talks about the versatility of this centuries old favorite.