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Costumes traditionnels – Costumes de femmes – Le Haïk DZ N° 020.14

Costumes traditionnels – Costumes de femmes – Le Haïk DZ N° 020.14

Costumes traditionnels – Costumes de femmes – La M’laya DZ N° 021.14

EL Haik et El M’laya
Draped in opposition to fitting suit has no form or fashion. Contrary to popular belief, the veil as a draped garment is not the preserve of Muslim women; he was also worn by Christian and Jewish. Often woven wool yarn, cotton or silk, materials, colors and role change from one era to another, from one culture to another, from one region to another, from one class social to another and from one generation to another. the veil knows different names in the countries of the Arab Maghreb, “Barakan” Libya, “sefsari” in Tunisia, “Haik” in Morocco and Algeria.
The veil is known in Algeria in several variants:
The Haik: according to the writings of some travelers, the Haik saw his appearance in Algiers from du17ème century; this is a draped square of about 2 meters or unbleached white woman whose surrounds the entire body. It varies with the substance of weaving (wool, silk, synthetic) and can be worn either with a face veil: it is “The Haik Bel ‘Ajar” such as Algiers and its surroundings; worn without “” Ajar “is” Haik Bouaouina “leaving only one eye seem like Blida, Tlemcen, Oran; in the region of Ghardaia vernacular name is “Ahouli” or “Ghanbouze.”
The M’laya: Women of the Beylik is decided in 1792 to wear in mourning ostentatious, a long veil made of black cloth which they covered the whole body, following the tragic death of Salah Bey Constantine, who ruled for 21 years. It was a just man, honest and loved by locals.
Algerian veil symbolizes femininity, purity, it also represents the identity algérienne.Le Haik is part of our history through the role he played during the liberation war; wearing it, the Algerian risked his life by performing highly dangerous missions such as planting bombs, carrying weapons. …
The wear and Haik The M’laya is now a tradition endangered.
No. 13/2014:
Face value: 15.00 and 30.00 DA DA
Format: 29 x 43
Perforation: 14
Printer: Printing of the Bank of Algeria.
Printing Process: Offset
Stamp Document: An envelope first day to 7.00 DA with obliteration first day illustrated 


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