The secrets of the Arab abai are a dress that makes any woman irresistible.
There is an opinion that the Arab countries only recently began to swim in luxury when they had oil, and before that they always lived in poverty and did not even think about beautiful dresses and other outfits. It’s actually wrong. The Arab world has always loved luxury. Recall the times of the Crusades, when European knights were plundering eastern cities. The knights took out many riches and luxurious fabrics, thanks to which European women began to dress much more attire.
A few centuries later, science and technology began to develop rapidly in Europe, and then in the USA, thanks to which the Western world began to accumulate all the riches of the world, extracting all the resources and values from its colonies, thanks to which it was possible to create the so-called European way of life and the American dream.
In the 20th century, oil became a source of energy and wealth. This became happiness and a key to a bright future for some countries of the East. Oil production began in Arab countries, and new cities, with skyscrapers and shopping centers, grew rapidly in the deserts. And most Arab women again got the opportunity to wear luxurious outfits.
Abaya dress for women professing Islam.
Many Muslims are negative about photography and even more so about photographs of women. Only wealth never comes alone – along with money, the Internet, modern technologies and the desire of people to have as much freedom as possible came to the Arab world, because the richer you are, the less you want to limit yourself in something, the less you need God.
This is the truth of life – the richer and more secular a person is, the less he needs God, because with the help of money and knowledge you can not only buy a sports car and pleasures, but also turn rivers, build entire islands.
Therefore, we have the opportunity to contemplate many photos of women professing Islam in luxurious outfits, who themselves post their photos on social networks and blogs.
After viewing a lot of photos, you can come to the conclusion that the main color of the abaya dress is black. Why black? In the realities of warm countries, black is not the best color. In a black abaya dress, it will be much hotter than in a white dress.
At the same time, Arab men dress mostly in white clothes.
Looking at such a distribution of color, many suggest that cruel Arab men specifically force their women to wear black outfits so that they suffer from the sun.
In reality, everything is different and many historians and just wise people claim the following…
In ancient times, battles between tribes often took place in eastern countries, and most attacks were carried out at night. In such a situation, a woman dressed in a black dress abaya could slip away unnoticed. And the men, dressed in white, were in sight and fearlessly fought.
This is the reason for the black color of abaya dresses.
Modern abaya dress can be simple, or it can have luxurious decor, it all depends on the attitude of the woman and her husband to fashion and Islam. Someone adheres to strict rules, choosing the simplest clothes, and others cannot give up luxury. Therefore, the origin of dresses varies, some women sew abaya on their own, others buy a ready-made dress, and the best designers try for someone.
Depending on the religiosity and perception of God, the abaya dress is worn differently. True Muslim women wear an abaya with a handkerchief or even a niqab. And families, where Islam acquires the so-called secular form, perceive abaya simply with traditional clothes, and then this dress can be worn without a headscarf.
Oriental girls and hijab.
We live in a world that is rapidly changing, but is still preserved on the map of countries in which religious precepts and traditions are honored. In some countries, even today Eastern girls are required to wear a hijab. Let’s look into the history of Islam and pay attention to these girls, what do they Eastern girls think about this and how do they perceive the obligation to wear a hijab?
Buranga? (sometimes called chadra) – women’s outerwear in Muslim countries. It looks like a robe with long false sleeves and a hair net that covers your face. The grid is called chachvan.
The story of the burqa.
Initially, in Persia, this type of clothing was called Faraji. It was a wide outerwear with long sleeves. Such clothes were worn by men and women in the 16th century. The classic burqa is not a burqa or a chadra.
Translated from Persian – a tent. This is already a light female cover, usually white, blue or black. It also covers the full figure of a woman from head to toe. The face is covered with muslin cloth, which covers the head.
What should be the hijab?
This garment must be long, by no means tight, i.e. it must completely conceal and not isolate the shape of the body.
According to the Koran, a woman must not show her beauty, her body, except her husband, as well as numerous male relatives: … “Let them not display their stops, with the exception of those which are visible, and let them cover with their covers the cut on the chest and not show their paint to anyone; except for their husbands, or their fathers, or their mother-in-law, or their sons, or the sons of their husbands, or their brothers, or the sons of their brothers, or the sons of their sisters, or their women, or the slaves who took possession of their stripes, or servants from among men deprived of lust, or children who have not comprehended the nudity of women; and let them not knock their feet, letting them know about the jewelry they hide… ”
How do Eastern girls perceive hijab?
A woman who professes Islam accepts a hijab with a calm soul, she understands that this is not a whim of men, but her religion, which is her life position.
Yes, Islam requires that women’s beauty be hidden from other people’s eyes. The external beauty gradually fades over the years, no matter how we fight, and the spiritual wealth brings happiness for all years.
Beauty is needed by the wedding, and love is everyday.
The wife is a rose at home.
Not the beauty that is beautiful, but the beauty that is loved.