The agal is a symbol of tradition

Agals are typically made of woven strings of wool, and their production has developed over the centuries to include woven strings of cotton and silk.‎ Until today, the production‎ of agals is continued through traditional manual techniques. The most modern aspect of agals is probably the weaving method and the use of patterns and twists that are sometimes linked to the social class of the agal wearer‎.

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