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Dress code imposed on Mizo women employees

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AIZAWL, Sept 12 - In pursuance of a decision made in the Mizo Hmeichhe Insuihkhawm Pawl�s (MHIP) recent 20th General Assembly, the Mizoram Government has issued a notice asking all female employees to wear the traditional dress (puan), at least twice a week.

The move came as an effort to revive the traditional Mizo attire of a wrap-around skirt, according to the notice dated September 4.

According to the MHIP website, there are five kinds of Puan: Puanchei � a wrap around skirt, Kawrechi: the blouse made of cotton, Ngotekherh: a wrap-around worn by men and women alike, Hmaram: A small hand-woven cloth of hand-spun cotton and indigo dye and Cyhna Hno: An embroidered silk cloth of Mara tribe.

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Dress code imposed on Mizo women employees

AIZAWL, Sept 12 - In pursuance of a decision made in the Mizo Hmeichhe Insuihkhawm Pawl�s (MHIP) recent 20th General Assembly, the Mizoram Government has issued a notice asking all female employees to wear the traditional dress (puan), at least twice a week.

The move came as an effort to revive the traditional Mizo attire of a wrap-around skirt, according to the notice dated September 4.

According to the MHIP website, there are five kinds of Puan: Puanchei � a wrap around skirt, Kawrechi: the blouse made of cotton, Ngotekherh: a wrap-around worn by men and women alike, Hmaram: A small hand-woven cloth of hand-spun cotton and indigo dye and Cyhna Hno: An embroidered silk cloth of Mara tribe.

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