Nomad Khorasani Kurds
Nomad Khorasani Kurds are Kurds native to northeastern Iran. They speak a Kurmanji dialect of Kurdish. Kormanj Kurds were moved from northwest of Iran after the 1610 war between Kurds and the Safavid Empire. After the Safavids massacred a large number of Soorani and Kurmanji Kurds in the 1610 war, a large number of them were moved by force to Khorasan, in the eastern part of Iran, to weaken and divide them. spite being away from Kurdistan, Khorasani Kurds still retain old dressing traditions, especially those of women. Dress Kurmanj North Khorasan combination of Grass (goras), Shylvar, head (kolle), and military. The so-called upper Kurmanji "grass" skirts called the Kurdish term "fabric" and "Shylvar" called, Kurmanji are two main parts to wear. Upper body clothing, "grass" is called a simple shirt and has no collar.