>>99936742>Nah, why would it have to be Mughal culture
Because it was clearly inspired by Islamic culture and the Mughals are the quintessential Islamic Empire in India.
If they were taking cues from Hindu culture that would be like drawing a German princess with Mongol clothing. >I guess my point is, it's more likely Disney didn't really care that Agrabah had some historically-inaccurate Indian style cues and Jasmine is probably not drawn in, specifically, a" harem outfit" like that image said but rather a fake and made up one with some Indian insp.
Then how come when Jafar had her as his slave her outfit was virtually identical? Because it was obviously a harem outfit. The impact of her in that outfit was a lot less because it was barely any different from what she usually wore, unlike the contrast between Leia's regal outfit and the slave outfit.>>99936777
She was whining about only marrying for true love in the beginning but fair enough on the other two points.>>99936860
Okay fair enough, I kind of respect her more now when you put it that way.