Muzzar is a traditional headgear of Omani citizens. It’s basically a fabric wrapped and made into a turban. Usually Woolen & Pashmina fabric is used which may have various intricate and delicate embroidery over
Shawls & Stoles
It is said that: “Of all Indian textiles none excels in beauty, color, texture and design – most famous is the Kashmir Shawl".

Shawls are produced by two techniques, loom woven or kani shawls and the needle embroidered or sozni shawls.

The Basic Fabric can be of Wool, Pashmina or Kani.
Pashmina is known world over as Cashmere Wool, it comes from a special goat (Capra hircus) living at an altitude of 12,000 to 14,000 ft. reared by nomadic shepherds around famous Pong Kong lake.

The shawls are embroidered in floral motifs, various designs available range from Neemdoor, Doordaar, Paladaar, Baildaar, Jaalis and Jaama, with the help of needle. 

Kani shawls are woven on looms with the help of looms called as ‘kanis’.

Kanis are small eyeless bobbins used instead of the shuttle. The founder of the shawl industry was Sultan Zain-ul-Abidin (1421-72). Some other writers on the subject trace the origin of the industry to earlier times. Raffal is spun out of Marino wool tops and is a popular type of shawl.