History of Salwar Kameez
Salwar Kameez comes to South Asia, because the combination of jeans and shirts is an American. A few decades ago, this ensemble was emigrated to South Asian women dressed looking for green grass on the other side. Today, it is an ensemble of high fashion (that tight jeans flowing poncho). Salwar is actually a Persian pants, kameez is derived from the Arabic word qamis, which in turn, comes from camisia Latin shirt.
India is a melting pot of people and people; more in the early period. Civilization has always flourished in areas close to water bodies, as it makes it easier to transport (and therefore trade) items. In the Indus basin, people from Asia and other Muslim countries from the West and North, as well as from Central Asia (South China), flocked to trade. Trade is not just the exchange of products; it makes races aware of cultures.
However, this is not to downplay the role of religious fanatics in bringing people into contact with other races and cultures; on the contrary, it can in some ways support Sarvar Kameez brought by Muslims. After all, shalwar kameez has long been considered not only the clothes of South Asia, but also the clothes worn by Muslims
The history of shalwar kameez is no small feat. The problem is not the lack of sources. This is the opposite; in the historical paragraphs there are too many descriptions, more lyric than words. In the past, when people, especially poets, talked about clothing, they often considered royal equipment. As a result, the usual situation is that the beauty and magnificence, rather than the plain description of textiles and patterns are recorded.
When it comes to popularity, the salwar kameez is the second of the Indian sari. Indians have always attached great importance to seamless clothing. The direct weaving of clothes is the order of the day. This led to the general belief that the Indians did not do much sewing until the later centuries. Now, if only sewing can be located (and mandatory evidence, archaeological and other aspects, presented) during the period of Indian social epidemics, there will not be much controversy about the history of salwar kameez
The earliest time of introduction to the Indian society of Sabal Camez was the twelfth century. It is said that during this period, from Central Asia, the Punjab or Turkey – Iran horseback nomads may bring ensemble to the country. Those tribes had been transformed into Muslims, and since more conservative clothes were needed, so Sarwar Kameez became their choice in the costume. It must be stressed that although salwar kameez is associated with Muslims;
Today, salwar kameez is not only popular in India, but also popular in Pakistan and other South Asian countries. A fact that is not surprising considering the salwar kameez is a versatile, comfortable and stylish clothes