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FAQs for Students Why do Sikhs cover their hair with a turban?

Discussion in 'Questions and Answers' started by Admin Singh, Aug 17, 2009.

  1. Admin Singh

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    When the religion was founded over 500 years ago, only wealthy men wore turbans as a sign of status and many kings wore turbans. Since Sikhs have believed in the equality of all people since the creation of their religion, all Sikhs wear the turban as a sign of equality.
     
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  3. kanwaljs

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    :)Yes, it is a CROWN for a sikh. Pagri is AAN, BAAN and SHAAN for a sikh.
    Kanwaljit Singh
     
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    Every Singh is the Guru's maharaja !
    and Every Kaur is the princess !
     

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