Gho and Kira are the Traditional Dresses of Which Country ?
The answer to this question is Bhutan.
Deep-rooted Customs and cultural ethos are the two factors for which the Kingdom of Bhutan is popularly known. And the most amazing and appealing is its dress code behaviour due to which people largely show their interest to know more about the history of the Kingdom and its culture. The national dress of Bhutan is called the gho for men and kera for women, which was introduced near the 17th century by ‘Ngawang Namgyal’ to keep people in harmony and to give a unique identity to its people through a distinctive Dress Code. It was made obligatory for citizens of Bhutan to wear their traditional outfits with the aim of promoting and securing the Bhutanese legacy.
Men of Bhutan wear this dress. It is a knee-length, robe-like costume which is wrapped around their bodies and fastened with a belt. This attire is known as ‘Gho’
Kera’ is a woven cloth belt which is worn by Bhutanese Women. It is used to tighten their outfits and also works as an additional accessory to which enhance the look of their overall attire.
FAQs Related to Traditional Dresses of Bhutan
Q1. Who invented Gho?
Ans. It was introduced by Ngawang Namgyal.
Q2. When was “Gho and Kera” introduced?
Ans. “Gho and Kera” was introduced near to 17th century by ‘Ngawang Namgyal’