Traditional costume of Tzotzil culture chuj Camisole

Wool textiles are a tradition in the municipality of San Juan Chamula of the Mexican state of Chiapas, where the Tzotzil Indians raise sheep exclusively to obtain their fur and turn it into beautiful typical garments, because they consider them sacred animals.

The most traditional of the costumes that they make in an artisan way with old techniques is the nagua (skirt) of the woman and the chuj (camisole) of the man


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