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Meet devout Sikh Avtar Singh Mauni - the proud owner of the world's largest turban. He wears the traditional Punjabi turban called a 'pagdi' in the Indian town of Patiala in Punjab, India Picture: Ajay Verma / Barcroft India We Are The World, People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Facial Painting, Fotografia Retro, Costume Ethnique, Foto Picture, Punjabi Culture, India Culture

Avtar Singh Mauni wears the world's heaviest and longest turban, in pictures

Avtar Singh Mauni's prepares to wear a traditional Punjabi turban called 'pagdi' in the Indian town of Patiala in Punjab, India

30 Meters of Turban – Julie Hall Photography. Pic of a Sikh. His turban is long. Baptized Sikhs don't cut their hair since it's a gift from God.cEverything he wears or carries has symbolic significance re his duties and obligations as a Sikh. We Are The World, People Around The World, Real People, Julie Hall, Beautiful World, Beautiful People, Ek Onkar, Costume Ethnique, The Famous Five

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The Nihang Sikhs are an armed Sikh order, deriving their name from the Persian term for a mythical sea creature, their ferocity and might being likened to a crocodile by Mughal historians. Their blue...

Heritage Rajasthan, India 7 day outing Rajasthan for the state would be also short. However with personalized Rajasthan trip for 7 days arranged by Swan Tours, you can cover as well as explore the significant cities in the state. Bts Design Graphique, Street Art, Indian Illustration, Indian Art Paintings, India Art, Graphic Design Inspiration, Vector Art, Pop Art, Art Drawings

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Sikh Dhol drummers taking part in the 2013 Vaisakhi festival parade in Southampton (by Anguskirk) Punjabi Culture, India Culture, Pub Radio, Nova Deli, Mehndi Party, India And Pakistan, India Tour, Folk Dance, Street Artists

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Holla Mohalla ~ Horsemanship considered apart of the Sikh Martial Arts called Gatka ~ The attire of this individual reflects the Sikh Warrior Attire from Ancient Times Baba Deep Singh Ji, Punjabi Culture, Guru Gobind Singh, Amazing India, History Of India, World Religions, Indian Festivals, Horse Riding, Martial Arts

hola mohalla......anandpur sahib

.....“Hola Mohalla” is a festival which was started by Guru Gobind Singh in the 17th Century, as a day for Sikhs to practise their military exercises and hold mock battles. These days, Sikhs celebrate by watching and partaking in martial arts parades, led by the nishan sahibs of the Gurdwaras. These are then followed by poetry readings and music.....

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“Sikhi mera saroop” Awesome illustration design by 🙏🏽 Punjab Culture, Indian Prince, Indian Illustration, Warriors Wallpaper, Dev Ji, Cafe Art, Indian Art Paintings, Pencil Art Drawings, Aghori Shiva

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Meet devout Sikh Avtar Singh Mauni - the proud owner of the world's largest turban. He wears the traditional Punjabi turban called a 'pagdi' in the Indian town of Patiala in Punjab, India Picture: Ajay Verma / Barcroft India We Are The World, People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Facial Painting, Fotografia Retro, Costume Ethnique, Foto Picture, Punjabi Culture, India Culture

Avtar Singh is seen wearing a huge traditional Punjabi turban called 'pagdi' in the Indian town of Patiala on July 19 in Punjab. The impressive headgear weighs a hefty 100lbs and measures in at a staggering 645m when unwrapped - the same as 13 Olympic-sized swimming pools. The 60-year-old has been regularly adding to it for the past 16 years and it can take him up to six hours to put it on. His supersize turban made him one of the most respected preachers in the Pubjab, but it causes…