Caps are considered to be a fashion statement and an art of expressing creativity. They are available in wool with embroidery on them or hard cotton stuff.
Indian state costumes are sure to attract the attention of the onlookers for their variety. Traditional caps always draw a huge attention for the tourists.Costumes and accessories go hand in hand in India.
Assamese Jappi Caps
In ancient days, Jaapi was mainly used as a hat by farmer and cowherds. But the size of the jaapi used to be very large and in the rainy climatic condition of Assam, it was very useful. It is much more comfortable to use than an umbrella for farmers. There were mainly two types of Jaapi. Haaluwa(Farmer) Jaapi and Gorokhiya(Cowherd) Jaapi. A different compact colourful Jaapi was used by the ladies of royal families as head gear too.
Rajasthani Traditional turbans are called as safas are the caps of rajasthan. In Rajasthan on an every auspicious occasion wearing the Safa is symbol of dignity. Wearing the Safa is the respect of high level. The Fashion of Wearing Safa, Sherwani, Jodhpuri Suits is famous not only in Rajasthan but also all over the world.