Apron, part of Angami man's ceremonial dress. Consists of a panel of woven cotton with a pattern in red green and white from which hang fourteen columns which are bound horizontally with bands of cotton yarn in black, red and green, each with bunches of string protruding from the bottom forming a kind of tassle.

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