Turban “The Pride of Sikhs” is of extraordinary significance both spiritual just as temporal. Guru Gobind Singh Ji gave his sikhs turbans to perceive the high good status that the Khalsa needs to cling to. The turban is representative of Sikhs respectibility and is an indication of respectability. A turbaned Sikh emerges from the group and is effectively conspicuous. The Sikh turban is known as an article of confidence that has been made compulsory by the originators of Sikhism.

“A symbol of style, respect, and pride for each Sardar, consider it a Turban, Pagri or Dastaar”


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