Firāq Bārtūgh: (Pashtun), a three piece outfit worn by Pashtun women, made up of tunic/shirt (Fir?q), outer cloak (ts?dar or Chador) of different lengths, and wide underpants (Partug), tied at the waist creating multiple folds and gathered at the ankles like an ankle bracelet. The (Partug) is usually worn under the clothing of Afghani women, including Gand-e-Afghani, Kuchi, and Gul-i Pirahan: the wedding dress decorated with circular patterns made with coloured beads.