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Garo Traditional Female Dress and Ornaments

Garo Traditional Female Dress and Ornaments

The traditional dress of the Garo people is very simple consisting of a few pieces of homemade cloth. In Garo society, both males and females are fond of ornaments. Ornaments would be made of local materials like bamboo, wood, horn, tooth, bone of wild animals, and brass, bronze, silver, and coins etc. Some of these ornaments are beautiful though they have little value. Some of them are commonly used both by men and women while some of them are exclusively worn by women only. The traditional ornaments of Garos are very attractive and decorative.

Achik me’chikrangni gananirang:

Skoo gananirang:

(i) Kotip, (ii) Kokasil, (iii) Kade, (iv) Kade Bibol, (v) Kabong, (vi) Bato Rengki, (vii) Mending (knio kachapgipa), (viii) Kesu, (ix) Ki·chongsil, (x) Pilne ba Salchak Maldong, (xi) Do·mesil (silni ba tangkani do·me).

Kang·kareo gananirang:

(i) Seng·ki, (ii) Seng·ki Me·arep, (iii) Seng·ki Merimtong

Nachilo gananirang:

(i) Natapsi, (ii) Narikge, (iii) Nadongbi, (iv) Chakki, (v) Nabal, (vi) Nakongsi dal·gipa, (vii) Sisa, (viii) Penta

Gitoko gananirang:

(i) Kakam, (ii) Steng bibal, (iii) Antekka, (iv) Rikgitchak gitcham (uano Ripok Do·katchi sikchapa), (v) Ripok Riksimit, (vi) Asingsok, (vii) Ripok Riksokkru, (viii) Ripok Paltak, (ix) Ripok Merimtong, x) Ripok Me·arep, (xi) Sukki Nabak, (xii) Rikmadilong, (xiii) Rikchipu, (xiv) Riknatik, (xv) Riksrong, (xvi) Rikgitok

Jako gananirang:

(i) Sangong, (ii) Santok, (iii) Jaksan (dingtang dingtang rokomrang)

Dingtang dingtang gana chinanirang:

(i) Re·king ba E·king, (ii) Gana Ripok, (iii) Gana Korekinga, (iv) Dakmandea, (v) Dakmandea, (vi) Daksaria, (vi) Dokkotchua, (vii) Ba·ra Marang ((viii) Ba·ra A·sim, (ix) Selbin ba·ra bima, (x) Selbin ba·ra bipa. Read more

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