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Karakul is a popular cap in the South East Asian countries and is at times also known as ‘Jinnah Cap.’ It is a fur hat made from the fur of Qaraqul sheep and is therefore named so. Karakul is a trapezoidal brimless cap that sits neatly on the wearer’s head above the ears. As it is worn in the colder parts of the region, the fur helps in weather-protection.

Karakul is worn by men, and it has become a symbol of pride. In olden times it was esteemed by the educated classes, while in present times, it is worn by the elite and affluent classes and political leaders. It can be worn formally or casually.

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