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Fundamentals Knowledge About The Arabic Turban

By Lela Perkins

Arabic turban is a headgear that is based on fabric winding. Turbans have been in use for long although in various shapes. They are known by different names such as pagg, pagri, dastar, and dulbands. The names differ from place to place and according to the language in question. They have different meanings and are put on by individuals of all genders and ages.

Among some members, wearing a turban is a must. This is normally the case where ones religion and beliefs demand that they tie a dulband. This applies to all Khalsa or amritdhari. The term khalsa means a baptized male member of the Sikh community. A pagri can sometimes be worn for fashion, in which case it is made to match with the worn attire.

The significance of these headgears cannot be underestimated. They are a symbol for various virtues such as responsibility, honor, self-respect, piety, and courage. A person who serves their society with total commitment and unselfishly is honored with a dulband. Such people become role models and noble figures in the community who inspire others into giving back to their community. They strengthen cohesion and understanding in the communities they exist in.

Pagg tying ceremonies are rampant in some societies and they are treated with lots of respect. The reason for this is that it is in these ceremonies that the eldest sons accept to shoulder the duties of their deceased fathers. It is only after such ceremonies that the oldest sons are recognized as the leaders of their families. This is commonly practiced in Northern India.

There are different styles of turbans including patka, Amritsar dhamala, and nok. The styles are varied and wearers have the freedom of coming up with personal styles. Nok is the widest and largest pagg with few wraps. They are 6metres in length and are cut in halves prior to being attached together. Amritsar dhamala consists of double pieces of fabric. Each piece is 35 cm wide whereas one is 5meters long and the other is 11meters.

With improved technology, research on coming up with bulletproof turbans is in progress. This will allow police officers who wear dastars to be part of firearms units. They will be able to go into battlefields just like other members of the unit. Should the research go through then this will take turbans to another step and may be change how people think about them.

Several people confuse dastar wearers for terrorists while in truth they may not be. Such delusions are rooted in some people because they get spread by the media. Convincing people into accepting the other side of the story might take quite some time. As the misconceptions are widely spread through the media the only way out is creating public awareness on dastars using the very media. When members of the public hold the wrong ideas then it means that non-pagri wearers and wearers are in danger.

When in need of an Arabic turban several online firms sell them at reasonable prices. They stock all sorts of dastars to meet the various styles and tastes of their clients. These companies have consumer websites on the internet from which they can be contacted for enquires and more information.

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