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For at least a thousand years, the head-covering served to signify the wearer’s marital status. The symbolic headdress for a maiden was a wreath or crown (vainags). In Liv regions, a ribbon served for the same purpose. Thus, you could say that all unmarried women were princesses in their own right. It was unseemly for a married woman to go out bareheaded. On festive occasions, married women.....