Colorful Embroidered Thobe, or Dishdasha, the Kandura is an Ankle Length, Loose-Fitting Robe for Men, Usually White in Color. In Winter, the Kandura is Available in a Splash of Colors Mostly in Darker Shades. The Length of the Robe Represents the Status of the Person with the Wealthy and Royal seen in Longer Robes. Shorter Length Symbolizes Modesty and is Worn by the Remaining Arabs.
Kandura is an Islamic Traditional Attire Styled to be Worn During the Day, in the Night and for Religious Occasions. The Design of the Thobe has been Adapted to the Local Hot Weather and the Religious Life Style of the Region.