Luri culture has been developed along with the long history of coexistence among Lurs with surrounding natural elements across the Iranian plateau, and geographical, cultural and religious effects. This clothing system is a symbol of Luri people although it varies due to geographical and seasonal conditions and between Luri subgroups. The colors of Luri costumes differ by the Lurs location. In a general classification Luri clothes are in two main subgroups: Bakhtiari and Southern Lurs.

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  • Luri culture has been developed along with the long history of coexistence among Lurs with surrounding natural elements across the Iranian plateau, and geographical, cultural and religious effects. This clothing system is a symbol of Luri people although it varies due to geographical and seasonal conditions and between Luri subgroups. The colors of Luri costumes differ by the Lurs location. In a general classification Luri clothes are in two main subgroups: Bakhtiari and Southern Lurs. (en)
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  • Luri culture has been developed along with the long history of coexistence among Lurs with surrounding natural elements across the Iranian plateau, and geographical, cultural and religious effects. This clothing system is a symbol of Luri people although it varies due to geographical and seasonal conditions and between Luri subgroups. The colors of Luri costumes differ by the Lurs location. In a general classification Luri clothes are in two main subgroups: Bakhtiari and Southern Lurs. (en)
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  • Luri clothing (en)
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