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Kab-Kum

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“Kab-Kum’ is a ceremonial attire of the royalties of the Mandalay Dynasty (nowadays Myanmar). The attire was also being used as a contribution to the royal families of the colonies. The gifting of Kab-Kum is not merely the cultural distribution but the symbol of power and unity over the territories under the colonies.

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The image of the Mandalay royal court dress
Taken in 1903
Photo credit: Page เชียงใหม่ที่คุณไม่เคยเห็น

Kab-Kum attire was influenced by another clothing in Myanmar royal house ‘Mahalada’ royal attire, which has embodied many elements from the Buddhist scriptures. The attire consists of golden and silver embroidery, jewels and the peacock Chada headwear.

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Image of Prince Indranon of Chiengmai wearing a long Kab-Kum
Princess (Sao) Sukantha of Kengtung Wearing a Kab-Kum shirt and a silk skirt in Chiang Tung
Taken on 22/2/2475
Photo credit: www.huglanna.com
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Photo credit: ch3thailand
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Photo credit: Sanook
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