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    Patiala Shahi

  • Patiala Shahi Turban Nowadays this type of dastar is widely famous in boys.This type of dastar was first tied by Patiala King Bhupinder Singh.From his name the name of this type is originated 'Patiala Shahi'.This is a common sikh Dastaar among young boys. It is normally used as more of a casual Pugree, or sometimes for sports. Commonly, this is a peela (shade of yellow) coloured turban. Contrary to popular belief Patkas are actually types of Dastaars.This style of turban is generally worn by Nihang Sikh men . This is a warrior style Dastaar meant for going into battle. The "Chand Tora" is a metal symbol consisting of a crescent and a double edged sword, it is held in place at the front of the Dastaar by woven chainmail cord tied in a pattern within the Dastaar to protect the head from slashing weapons.
  • Half Patiala Amritsar Shahi

  • This is a very common Sikh turban style. It is very common in Punjab, India. The Nok is a double wide Dastaar. 6 meters of the Dastaar cloth are cut in half, then into two 3 meter pieces. They are then sewn together to make it Double wide, thus creating a "Double Patti," or a Nok Dastarr. This Dastaar is larger than most Sikh dastars, but contains fewer wraps around the head.Today, we got to know that the young generation wants to tie Turban but they don’t have any specific trainer.There are different styles of Turban in Sikhism.Our main motive is to provide teaching to Sikh youth that how to tie a perfect turban in different styles in Sikhism according to particular faces.Under this project, the following works is done.Collection of different types of Turbans and their innovative styles.
  • Free Style Wattan Wali

  • This is a very common Sikh turban style. It is very common in Punjab, India. The Nok is a double wide turban. 6 meters of turban cloth are cut in half, then into two 3 metre pieces. They are then sewn together to make it Double wide, thus creating a “Double Patti,” or a Nok turban. This turban is larger than most Sikh dastars, but contains fewer wraps around the head.This style of turban is generally worn by Nihang Sikhs . This is a warrior style turban meant for going into battle. The “Chand Tora” is a metal symbol consisting of a crescent and a double edged sword, it is held in place at the front of the turban by woven chainmail cord tied in a pattern within the turban to protect the head from slashing weapons
  • Moorni Dastaar

  • It is a very famous style of turban and is very pointed. These are the basic Sikh Turban types. Turban theory states that the main pagri types are starting points, and anyone can invent their own Dastar styles.In May 2009, The Times of India reported that British researchers were trying to make a "bulletproof turban" that would allow the Sikhs in the British police to serve in firearms units.This is a common sikh Dastaar among young boys. It is normally used as more of a casual Pugree, or sometimes for sports. Commonly, this is a peela (shade of yellow) coloured turban. Contrary to popular belief Patkas are actually types of Dastaars.
  • Morni Amritsar Shahi Turban

  • Another common Sikh Dastaar style for men. Unlike the "double patti" Dastaar, the Dastaar is longer and goes 7 times around the head. If you use the "Notai" technique and have a big joora (hair knot), do not make it right in front at your forehead. You will end up tying the Dastaar on the joora, and it will make your Dastaar look very high and big. According to modern Punjabi style the last (larh) of Dastaar is given a "V" shape by using the Dastaar pin. Sikhs also use a specially designed Dastaar Needle (Punjabi:Salai,ਸਲਾਈ OR Baaj,ਬਾਜ) to tuck their hair inside from Dastaar and Patka and also to maintain Dastaar cleanliness.
  • Patiala Shahi Maximum Larh

  • This is a very common Sikh turban style. It is very common in Punjab, India. The Nok is a double wide Dastaar. 6 meters of the Dastaar cloth are cut in half, then into two 3 meter pieces. They are then sewn together to make it Double wide, thus creating a "Double Patti," or a Nok Dastarr. This Dastaar is larger than most Sikh dastars, but contains fewer wraps around the head.This style of turban is generally worn by Nihang Sikh men . This is a warrior style Dastaar meant for going into battle. The "Chand Tora" is a metal symbol consisting of a crescent and a double edged sword, it is held in place at the front of the Dastaar by woven chainmail cord tied in a pattern within the Dastaar to protect the head from slashing weapons.
  • Patiala Shahi Wattan Wali

  • Nowadays this type of dastar is widely famous in boys.This type of dastar was first tied by Patiala King Bhupinder Singh.From his name the name of this type is originated 'Patiala Shahi'It is a very famous style of turban and is very pointed. These are the basic Sikh Turban types. Turban theory states that the main pagri types are starting points, and anyone can invent their own Dastar styles.In May 2009, The Times of India reported that British researchers were trying to make a "bulletproof turban" that would allow the Sikhs in the British police to serve in firearms units.
  • Dumala

  • This is the most common Dhamala Dastaar. It consists of: • one 5 meter piece (Pavo Blue)• one 11 meter piece any color, commonly sabz (white) and pavo blue. Both pieces are 35 cm wide, and referred to in Amritsar as Dhamala Material.This is a very simple and basic Dhamala Sikh Dastaar. This is the most popular turban among young Sikhs of the Akhand Kirtani Jatha and also quite popular among those of Damdami Taksal in countries like America, the United Kingdom and Canada.
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