Which of these costumes is traditionally worn by men and women: sarong, chador, kilt or sari? This question was answered by Mr. Radosław Budziszewski from Wrocław.
In the Thursday episode, Mr. Radosław continued his game. In the previous one, he managed to answer five questions correctly, but used two of the available circles – an audience question and a phone call to a friend.
Mr. Radosław heard the question for 20,000 zlotys. It concerned traditional costumes.
Which of these costumes is traditionally worn by men and women?
A: sarong B: chador C: kilt D: sari.
Chador is a traditional costume worn by Muslim women in Iran, wearing it is one of the forms of observing the hijab. The Kilt is a national Scottish costume traditionally worn by men. It is a skirt made of tartan, a material with a checkered pattern. Sari is a strip of fabric 5-6 meters long that cannot be sewn together, worn by women in the Indian subcontinent. On the other hand, a sarong is a kind of skirt made of a single piece of fabric, worn by both women and men, including in Malaysia.
So the correct answer to the above question is “A”.
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