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Full Voile Turban Punjabi Sikh Pagg - Chemical colour pagri (Per Meter Price)

Full Voile Turban Punjabi Sikh Pagg - Chemical colour pagri (Per Meter Price)

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Full Voile Turban Punjabi Pagg Sikh Dastar - Buy Online

Pakka Rang (Chemical Colour)

Full voile turban available online in all common colours like red, white, black, pink, blue, firozi, green, yellow, orange, purple, grey, cream, golden fawn etc....


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3. Choose Peeko Service (Required or Not Required)

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As per the information on wikipedia, A turban (from Persian - dulband; via Middle French - turbant) is a type of headwear which is actually a textile cloth winding. having a number of different styles, it is worn as customary headwear by mostly the men of various countries, though women also wear at some places. Communities with prominent turban wearing traditions are uaually found in the Indian Subcontinent, Afghanistan, Southeast Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa. 

Wearing turbans is most common among Sikhs, including women. The headgear also serves as a religious observance, including among Shia Muslims, who regard turban-wearing as Sunnah Mu'akkadah (confirmed tradition).

Additionally, turbans have often been worn by nobility, regardless of religious background. They are also sometimes donned to protect hair or as a headwrap for women following cancer treatments.

Also called Pagri, its colours are often chosen to suit the occasion or circumstance: for example saffron, associated with valour or sacrifice (martyrdom), is worn during rallies; white, associated with peace, is worn by elders; and pink, associated with spring, is worn during that season or for marriage ceremonies.

Navy blue is a color common more to the Sikh Nihangs, it signifies war and service, while black is associated with resistance, orange with martyrdom and white with old age, death, or peace; however during times of peace or rallies for peace people will usually be in war gear (i.e. blue) white only has the association.

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