Al Toub Al Sudani, Sudanese national dress for womenالسودان
القائمة التمثيلية 2021
EN: Faculty and students of University of Khartoum
EN: A woman in Karima town in north Sudan drying palm dates leaves for making handicrafts
EN: A pride wearing a red toub during a Jirtig ritual. One important wedding requirements starts with the procurement of a red garment and a silk toab embroidered in golden color for the jirtig. Red is usually the favorite color for the jirtig.
EN: “The woman in a white toub” Ms. Alaa Salah, a 22-year-old student, standing on a car leading chants by a crowd of protestors in Khartoum, April 2019. Women in white have often been called Kandakas, a reference to ancient Nubian queens.
EN: Sudanese toub designer Ms. Mai Gamal Al Deen displaying a pure silk decorated toub for celebrations and/or attending a gala night
EN: Representatives of Bara Women NGO participating in a workshop for inscription of toub in the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Sudan in 2017
EN: Sudanese women wear white toab in a funeral. A group of Sudanese activists paying condolence in Omdurman town during the funeral of Mrs. Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim, Secretary General of Sudanese Women Union and President of the Women's International Democratic Federation
EN: Toub is considered the official and national dress of women in Sudan. TV announcers wear new fashion of very attractive toub for promotion
EN: Women from Southern Kordofan participate in Nogara dance
EN: Women from eastern Sudan participating in the anniversary of Sharifa Mariyam Al Marganiya, a women saint known as Mother of the Poor, buried in Sinkat town in the Red Sea Hills in Sudan