It’s an indigenous textile in Maguindanao that mirrors the province’ rich, ethnic culture.
Former Buluan Vice Mayor King Mangudadatu recently showcased the famous Inaul textile through fashion. On his Facebook, the Mangudadatu Politiko shared photos of him and his family wearing the famous textile tradition, which is considered as an esteemed, indigenous product in the province.
“Wearing our INAUL #inaul #maguindanaoninaul”, he captioned his post.
Maguindanao province celebrates its Inaul Festival typically on the second week of February. Inaul, literally translates into “woven” in the Maguindanaoan dialect.