The original copy of The Federation of Malaya Agreement 1957
The Kain Ulu is known as "Tengkolok" and the Tengkolok Diraja worn by His Majesty the yang di-Pertuan Agong during his installation is made of black fabric woven with gold thread. The style of the fold is known as "Dendam Tak Sudah" (unfulfilled longing), which originated from negeri Sembilan. Affixed at the front of the headress is a 14 pointed star made of platinum and at the centre of it is colourful crest of the Malaysian government.
The Muskat is made from black wool embroidered with gold threads, in the pattern of awam larat and the hibiscus, Malaysia's national flower. The dress is thigh length and has long sleeves. It is normally worn over a pair of embroidered trousers and a tengkorak during ceremonies in conjunction with the installation day of His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, His Majesty's birthday, His Majesty's official visits to the states throughout Malaysia and the convening of Parliamentary session.