The Paghdi is a majestic looking headgear worn by the Zoroastrians at the time of their wedding and other social events. The groom wears white trousers with traditional Iranian overcoat called “Dugli” also white in color and carries a shawl over his arm. On his head he wears traditional Parsi “Pughdi” or “Pheta”. In ancient times the Paghdi was also worn by boys after their Navjote Ceremony.
This ancient heritage of wearing the Paghdi is followed by most of the well known members of Zoroastrian families like Sir Jamsetji Jeejeebhoy, Pirojsha Godrej, Jamsetjee Nassewanji Tata, Jamsetjee Bomanjee Wadia, Dadabhoy Navrojee and others.
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