Buy Parsi Kusti Online
Buy Parsi Kusti from PalV's Kasti
Made of 100% Wool
Handmade Kusti. (Visit Gallery) (not machine made)
Kasti made of 72 woollen threads
Free Delivery all over India.
How to give Order ?
Step 1: Visit Parsi Kusti Size Calculator.
Step 2: Find out your Parsi Kusti size.
Step 3: Send us Kusti size !
Step 4: Kusti delivered within 2 working days.
Return & Refund Policy
Dear Customer, we follow
"No Return or No Refund Policy."
Product once sold cannot be returned or refunded under any circumstances.
We provide free delivery all over India.
This product will be shipped via Shree Maruti Couriers or Registered AD through Indian Postal Services.
Customers can except delivery within 2 working days.
We accept Payment via PayTM or NEFT for Domestic Customers.
For International Customers we have PayPal.
Where are you based?We are based in Ahmedabad City in Gujarat state in India.
Can I customise an order?Yes we customise the Kasti according to your order.
Which Kasti Size is best for me?For this, please visit our blog. We have made a size chart we recommend you to have a quick view
Do you give free delivery?Yes, all the Kastis are delivered for free all over India. For International customers, freigth charges are extra depending on the location and situation.
Do Kasti size shrink with regular washing ?Yes, the Kasti Size shrink with regurlar washing. Thus, we always recommend you to buy a Kasti with slightly bigger size than required.
How long will one Kasti last?Well, it depends on how a customers uses. We advise to avoid using finger-nails while tieing and untieing the Kasti.
Do you weave Laars on old Kasti ?Yes, we do weave new Laars on old Kastis.
What is Parsi Kusti ?
Parsi Kusti is the sacred girdle worn by Zoroastrians around their waists. Along with the Sudreh, the Kushti is part of the ritual dress of all Zoroastrians.
The Kusti is worn wound three times around the waist. It is tied twice in a double knot in the front and back, the ends of the Kusti hanging on the back.
The Kusti is made of 72 fine, white and woolen threads, which represent the 72 chapters of the Yasna, the primary liturgical collection of texts of the Avesta.
The ritual of untying and tying the Kusti is performed several times a day and is called Nirang-i Kushti.
During this ritual, the individual must remain standing in one spot, and may not speak to anyone. If the individual speaks, the ritual must be recommenced.