What is a dishdasha?

What is a dishdasha? Here are some definitions.

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  1. An ankle-length robe with long sleeves worn by some Arab men.
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The most common was that Jordanians should acquire a taste to wearing the white dishdasha, a traditional white robe worn by nationals of the GCC states.
Who knew that just wearing a light-colored dishdasha in the winter season could ruffle so many feathers?
The most noted regional differences in dishdasha designs are the style with which they are embroidered, which varies according to age group.
The khanjar, a traditional Omani, J shaped dagger is symbol of manhood and pride among Omani men and is worn along their leather belts over their dishdasha.
For men, this consists of an ankle-length robe called a dishdasha or kandura.
Underneath the dishdasha, men wear a plain, wide strip of cloth wrapped around the body from the waist down.

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