Amid sub-zero temperatures, the new design of the “Pheran” was a great success at J&K

‘Pheeran’ is not only an important culture in Kashmir, but also a necessity during the winter season.

Even in this modern era of fashion designing, this traditional Kashmiri dress has managed to maintain its unique identity. Pheran is used not only by the people of Jammu and Kashmir, but also by the tourists visiting J&K from other parts of the country as well as from abroad.

Prominent historian Zarif Ahmad Zarif, referring to the “phairan” by the word “super” during the winter, said that the special garment was known as “perahan” or “baraban” in Persian.

“Now the phairan has become an important part of the culture of Kashmir. There is no escape from winter in the valley, especially without the phairan and the kangaroo,” he said.

It is noteworthy that many times a ban was imposed on the use of Kashmiri firan in government offices, but the same ban was lifted each time.

In modern times, with the new requirements at that time, Pheran has also undergone many changes. Now, besides the cotton velor, the velor made of Chinese cloth which is known as “Raglan” is also served.

And the trend of this new Pheran style is catching up with people every passing day. There is a rush of buyers in the markets for the new variant.

A businessman in Srinagar, who deals in ferns, said that on average, 5 to 10 ferns are sold from his shop every day. Now, he said, buyers prefer firans made from Chinese cloth rather than firans made from “patou”.

One of the buyers said that the new mouse on the market is very attractive, and he can wear it comfortably even during working hours.

“It is very difficult to survive the winter without rats in the valley. Even the tourists who come to the valley wear rat clothes,” he said.

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