National Geographic : 1948 Oct
Jodhpur Girls Spin So Men Can Wear Fanciful Turbans The Camel Corpsman. upper left, is proud of his position and his carefully set mustache. The worker at right wraps his red turban in peasant style. Below, the girl at left is a shy apprentice, learning her craft from an ex perienced spinner as they sit alongside the curb to advertise their master's wares. Jodhpurs, close-fitting riding breeches, which originated in this Indian city, were brought to the world's attention by British Army officers.