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Punjab, socio-economic condition, 1501-1700 A.D.

Singh, Daljit Dr.

Punjab, socio-economic condition, 1501-1700 A.D.

by Singh, Daljit Dr.

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Published by Commonwealth Publishers in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Punjab (India)
    • Subjects:
    • Punjab (India) -- Social conditions -- History,
    • Punjab (India) -- Economic conditions -- History

    • About the Edition

      With reference to Punjab, India.

      Edition Notes

      StatementDaljit Singh.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN690.P8 S56 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 356 p. ;
      Number of Pages356
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3330573M
      ISBN 108171698557
      LC Control Number2004309068


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Singh, Daljit, Dr. Punjab, socio-economic condition, A.D. New Delhi: Commonwealth Publishers, Suthan. The use of the suthan in the Punjab region also called suthana in Punjabi is a survival of the ancient svasthana. Svasthana referred to a lower garment which can be described as a type of trousers.

The svasthana was in use amongst the rulers in the Mauryan times(– BCE). Evidence of the use of svasthana amongst the ruling classes has also been observed in North India during the.

The Punjabi ghagra (Punjabi: ਘੱਗਰਾ) is a four-piece outfit known as tewar or 'ti-or' which was traditionally worn by Punjabi women throughout the Punjab region with the outfit comprising a head scarf (), kurta or kurti, ghagra and either a suthan (baggy trousers with a tight band at the ankles) or the Punjabi salwar.

In modern times, the ghagra is worn by women in parts of Haryana. Punjabi Kurta. The Punjabi kurta is made of two rectangular pieces with side slits, and a front opening below the neck.

In the past, it was traditional for men to wear a gold or silver chain (zanjiri) woven around the buttons. This form of kurta gradually began to replace the older angarkha worn in the Punjab region which fell to the knees, opened to either the left or the right, and was.

Forming Vol. Ii to the "Hand-book of the Economic Products of the Punjab" Prepared Under the Orders of Government". Punjab printing Company. Retrieved 27 February – via Google Books. ^ Singh, Dr Daljit (1 January ). "Punjab Socio-Economic Condition ( A.D.)".

Commonwealth Publishers. Retrieved 27 February – via Google. ^ Dr Daljit Singh () Punjab Socio-Economic Condition ( A.D.) ^ Sanjeev Prasad Srivastava, R. Srivastava () Studies in Panjab Sculpture ^ Dr SIngh, Sadhu () Punjabi boli di virasat.

Chenta Prakashan. ISBN ^ Arabinda Biswas, India. Indian Costumes () Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

Daljit Singh has 58 books on Goodreads with 44 ratings. Daljit Singh’s most popular book is Sach Di Bhaal Vich. ^ Dr Daljit Singh () Punjab Socio-Economic Condition ( A.D.) ^ Sanjeev Prasad Srivastava, R.

Srivastava () Studies in Panjab Sculpture ^ Sir George Casson Walker () Gazetteer of the Lahore District, ^ Textiles, Costumes and Ornaments of the Western Himalayas O. ↑ Dr Daljit Singh () Punjab Socio-Economic Condition ( A.D.) ↑ Sanjeev Prasad Srivastava, R. Srivastava () Studies in Panjab Sculpture ↑ Dr SIngh, Sadhu () Punjabi boli di virasat.

Chenta Prakashan. ISBN ↑ Arabinda Biswas, India. Indian Costumes () Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. ↑ Dr Daljit Singh () Punjab Socio-Economic Condition ( A.D.) ↑ Sanjeev Prasad Srivastava, R. Srivastava () Studies in Panjab Sculpture ↑ Sir George Casson Walker () Gazetteer of the Lahore District, ↑ Textiles, Costumes and Ornaments of.

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تقليديًّا ، الثوب العلوي يكون إمّا قرطقًا طويلًا (كورتا) أو أن يكون (كرتي) و هو معطف قصير.الكورتا يعتبر امتداد للباس قديم يسمّى kurtaka و هو قميص قصير له شقّين على الجانبين ، و قد جرى استعماله في القرن الحادي عشر من الحقبة.

Some of the finger woven bands in museum collections, date back to A.D., are in excellent condition and show the use of very fine-spun threads in beautiful colours arrangements and designs. Finger weaving is a technique which evolved in many parts of the world and was cultivated into a fine art by Native Americans.1/5(1).