Monday
July 29

Hijab history

By kdupre

According
to texts from some historical sources, in most nations and religions,
there has been a veil among women. Although history has gone through
many ups and downs and sometimes exacerbated or relieved by the rulers’
tastes, it has never been eliminated. Historians rarely mention
primitive relatives whose women did not have an appropriate cover or
appeared naked in the community. Scientists attribute the history of
wearing and wearing women to our era before and after the Stone Age, the
book The Woman in the Mirror of History, after a detailed plan of the
causes and historical factors of the hijab,
writes: Given the reasons mentioned and the study of works and The
motifs involved are the emergence of hijab before pre-religious periods.

The
cover of women in the course of history is a symbol of women’s position
in every culture and civilization. By studying history, we find that
women in the East have a more solid and complete cover than Western
women, which also indicates that the people’s view of women in a land
like Iran has been different from that of Western women. Coverage of
women in ancient Iran shows that Iranian women’s hijab, even before
Islam entered Iran, was a full hijab and unique in the ancient world.

Hijab in the Iranian-Turkish era

In
the Iranian-Turkish era, i.e., the regimes of the Ghaznavids, Seljuks,
and Khwarizmshahids, women used a tent and an armchair covering the
entire head. Usually, he hid his forehead, chin, and mouth, and the tape
was closed on this forehead and the forehead. The other type of cover
was about the same as the tent of the head and continued to cover the
shoulders and hide almost the whole body. These caps were mostly white,
green, and occasionally red.

hijab in the Safavid era

French
Sharon commented on the coverage of women in the Safavid era on his
travels: “The head of women is a white chest that reaches to the
shoulder, and a white tent that only points behind it, and fastens the
front of the face with cloth or lacing. At the same time, women wear
their heads and wear them over their chests. “In her travel report,
Eriaru states:” Women, when they leave the house, cover their faces with
a white towel, and their tent covers the whole body. And their eyes are
open. “

During the Safavid period, the hijab has been very important. Women did not leave home without hijab during this period.

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