The Panjadar reflects the centuries of traditions associated with Pashtunwali codes that dominate the wearer’s personality. The pair was made as a token of appreciation and respect to the most influential leader –Khan Abdul Ghafar Khan, known as Bacha Khan.
It was made to impress and dominate above all the handmade icons. Since then, this tradition has continued for ages and now still holds its powerful insignia of leadership. However, respect for this shape is largely seen today as an emblem of luxury.