Therefore, these people still conserve typical cultural characteristics of their ethnic, especially hemp brocade. When being idle or having free time, women ply by the loom to weave the most beautiful brocade fabrics for themselves and their families.

All young girls from 12 or 13 years of age must learn from their mothers how to make hemp brocade. Prior to getting married, the girl had to weave herself a nice costume to appear in front of everyone.

And on the traditional festival of the villagers, the girls having beautiful and colorful dresses will be considered to be hardworking and talented; and unmarried girls will be noticed by the young man of the village.


Nowadays, in addition to products serving for family, B'Nar women in Ha Ri also weave handicraft products such as: handbags, wallets, scarves, tablecloths, etc.

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