Turban time

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    The Omani man's headcovering is of two types - on the left is the 'mussar', wrapped in a style similar to many Indian turbans. It's worn mainly for formal occasions. The ones on the right are the 'kummah' or 'kimah', a hand-woven cap, part of daily casual wear. Both are quite distinct from other Arab headwear

    1. Swamibu ages ago | reply

      Interesting,I didn't know you had two styles.

    2. altamons ages ago | reply

      Very educational photo. Thanks for the info. Nice photo as well.

    3. ~~Tone~~ ages ago | reply

      Thanks for the info.

    4. Muslim Friend 110 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Garments of a Muslim Man, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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