Kelaghayi, in Azerbaijan, is a square-shaped silk scarf with special prints on it that is considered a national dress, protecting from the hot sun and cold wind. It is essentially a silk headscarf. There were age and social differences in its wearing: older women wore kalaghais of darker colours, mostly black and dark blue, whereas younger women opted for brighter ones, such as white, beige, bright blue, etc. A kalaghai was tied in various ways, depending on the region. Kelaghayis of colorful tints were the most popular. The prints are also traditional: the one you see descends from the image of fire, since Azerbaijan is called "the Land of Fires". Azerbaijan.