It was a very hot day, but the women in our group were still required to put a chador
on top of the manteau and whatever else they were wearing.
Ella --que por cierto nos irrita mas de la cuenta, sin duda reaccion machista-- se funde con la noche, con la oscuridad de su chador
Con que las mujeres se cubran con un chador
y los hombres se vistan decentemente, se rece y se respeten los dias sagrados de la religion musulmana es suficiente.
Until the appearance of Turbulent, 1998, a delicate form of allegory expressing complex political sentiment, and especially Rapture, 1999, the work of the New York-based, Iranian-born artist - self-portraits in which she is posed behind a chador
, holding a gun - has been the inconspicuous (and rather transparent) agent of another weary rivulet of multiculturalism.
Fariman marched in front on July 19, wearing the traditional chador
to cover her head and legs.
Wangmo, a grocery shop owner in Kanglung, said that college students and the staffs are the shopkeepers' main customers therefore a major portion of their income depends on the Sherubsteans' visits.
It is also mingled with an outdoor venue for setting up massive ethnic tents called siah chador
(black tents) where regional cuisine and dishes are under the spotlight.
Sindh Governor Mohammad Zubair inaugurated the Urs by laying chador
on the grave.
AaThen the prisoner was made to sit facing a wall in the courtyard of Iran's Evin Prison, blindfolded, handcuffed and covered in an all-enveloping chador
for four and a half hours under the blazing sun.
Clad in a traditional black chador
and a colorful scarf, Rahnavard said, "We should prepare the ground for an Iran where women are treated without discrimination.
IT IS called IRAN: SISTERS IN CHANEL AND CHADOR
and the final major exhibition in the Tees Valley Museums Festival Of Photography comes as a huge surprise that nobody should miss.
The ideal is considered to be the chador
, a black head-to-toe cloak.