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The history of the kandora is culturally rich and diverse, much like the people who wear it. Ancient illustrations and manuscripts depict versatile styles of Arabian clothing – ranging from ornate headwear to regal linen robes. While a significant number of our Arabian ancestors can be observed to be adorning simpler garments, these linen robes were reserved for the nobles and social elite. Over time, this article of clothing has become increasingly more accessible and popular among dwellers of the Arabian Peninsula. Depending on where you hail from, it could be called everything from a thawb to a kandura and even a dishdasha. It is a timeless symbol of national pride and patriotism.