Let’s Celebrate in the Whole World – Turban King Day 2017

Calling the whole world to come and celebrate the Turban King Day 2017. As the world celebrate other festivals Diwali, Holi, Valentine’s Day, Christmas etc now Sikhs are going to celebrate a festival devoted to their turbans ‘Turban King Day’. This step is very wonderful and very Excitement specially in Youth. Let’s Start the Beginning of New Year with Kesari Turban and Promote it Worldwide. Don’t Forget To Tie Kesari Turban on 1st January 2017 click a Selfie and Send to Us.

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WHAT IS TURBAN KING DAY ?

Turban King Day was celebrate as the world celebrate other festivals Diwali, Holi, Valentine’s Day, Christmas etc now Sikhs are going to celebrate a festival devoted to their turbans ‘Turban King Day’.

A turban (from Persian, dulband; via Middle French turban) is a type of head wear based on cloth winding. Featuring many variations, it is worn as customary head wear, usually by men. All Sikh Gurus since Guru Nanak Dev Ji wore turban. However, the covering of hair with turban was made official by Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the tenth Guru of Sikhs. The main reasons to wear turban is to take care of the hair, promote equality, and preserve the Sikh identity.Turban is a precious gift by Guru Gobind Singh Ji to whole Sikhism. It symbolizes the unique identity of Sikhs among other communities. It is not a fabric but a mark of pride and there should be a special day or event for Turban. This step is very wonderful and we appreciate the efforts of this organization.

WHO START TURBAN KING DAY ?

First time in the history of Sikhism, Turban King Organization which is well known for their religious tasks is arranging an event named ‘Turban King Day’. This event is going to celebrate at 1st of January by tying kesari turbans, dumala, dupatta and patke. The main motive behind this event is to sum up all Sikhs and non-Sikhs whether they are men, women or children under single shade Saffron (Kesari). The importance of this color in Sikhism can be seen in the National Flag as lot of Sikhs got martyr for their country during freedom fight and the government of that time decided to include Saffron shade at the top of our national flag by the impressive and unforgettable co-operation of Sikhs.
Promotions are on full swing and Turban King Organization is heading this event. They are appealing to every Sikh and non-Sikh to promote this event & turban worldwide.
It is a joint venture from all Sikh Sangat and even non- Sikhs can celebrate this festival by tying Kesari colored Turbans. Children will tie Kesari Patke and women will wear Kesari Dupattas.
It would be great that whole Sikhism will be seen in Kesari color and this also shows unity of this Religion.

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